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Singing in San Antonio: How to Get Started

by Joshua M. - San Antonio singing teacher (https://takelessons.com/profile/joshua-m50)

Interested in taking singing lessons in San Antonio? San Antonio has one of the most culturally diverse music scenes in the country. Visiting one of the many music venues, festivals, Broadway shows, regional/community theaters, or open mic nights will give you an overwhelming view of what the city has to offer. Situated just south of the “live music capitol of the world,” Austin, TX, San Antonio is sure to have a plethora of opportunity to make that newfound voice heard!

Here are a few resources to check out as you’re taking singing lessons in San Antonio:

Perform:

Open Mic Nights - As the 7th largest city by population in America, San Antonio has plenty of amateur mic nights hosted all throughout the city, on every night of the week. Getting up and playing an original or cover song for a few friends (or a few hundred) is a great way to be heard and hone your performance skills. This is a great opportunity to put your ongoing training to the test. Stay informed and book your time on openmicsanantonio.com.

Audition - San Antonio is rich with a thriving community musical theatre infrastructure. Take advantage of upcoming auditions, and take your Broadway singing to a deeper, more specific level. Sheldon Vexler Theatre, Boerne Community Theatre, Cameo Theatre, and the Woodlawn Theatre are among the most well-known in town. For those of you with a few years of experience under your belt, check out the Tobin Center for the Performing Arts, where they open operas, ballets, musicals, concerts, and plays cast from a vast array of local talent. A great way to learn Broadway-style singing is to work through a specific show, identifying certain vocal colors, styles, and timbre, connecting the voice to the action of the piece. Stay informed of upcoming auditions through SATHEATRE (satheatre.com/eauditions).

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Another great way to learn about singing and performing in general is to take in a concert. San Antonio is very rich with live music event venues. Ranging from the outdoor hipster bars to the chic and elegant concert halls, we have one of everything. One of the most well-known places featuring local talent in the city is Sam’s Burger Joint. After it was voted Best Live Music Venue in 2010, Sam’s renovated their already amazing setup, and has become, in my opinion, one of the best music venues in the country. They host shows up to five times a week, and it is a great way to meet other musicians growing in the same way you are. Check out their up-and-coming acts on samsburgerjoint.com.

Come and join one of the fastest-growing music cities in the country! Perform at the old stomping grounds of Christopher Cross, Ernest Tubb, and George Strait. Become part of the scene that so many songs are written about. Taking singing lessons in San Antonio is only the first step -- the next is to share your ongoing cultivation with a city who loves and survives on music!

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Danny V.

San Antonio, TX

About Danny

Danny is a singer, songwriter, motivational speaker, actor, and model. Danny has had a love for the performing arts since childhood. Every experience that Danny has from music videos, acting, working in bands A-Capella gospel and R & B groups, to American Idol, theater, auditioning, recording in a studio, working with a live crowd, a smaller intimate crowd hosting a show etc. you name it.

Danny believes that making a dream happen requires being solid on faith, being a visionary and also being ready to act and move on the impulse. Sometimes life throws us a curve ball and you have to be read
y to move. With life experience and hardships.

Danny appreciates and loves life and in everything he does he feels excited about any opportunity or door that comes his way.

Danny is currently self-employed. In Danny's spare time he loves to always be involved in self development in the entertainment arts and continues to pursue acting and singing. Danny is currently being represented by Condra Artista Talent Agency for the Austin and San Antonio region.

Danny states, In life I only see solutions and happiness in all aspects; I use my talents to express joy laughter and happiness through music poetry, motivational speaking, vocal lessons and comedy. I understand that sometimes you have to go through trial and error, but that's okay because that's how we learn to develop wisdom as people. I am forever humble and gracious about all my blessings because I know that someone out there is experiencing true misfortune, poverty and negativity. I surround my life, spirit thoughts, energy around people of positive driven energy and I project the same where ever I go. I love life and living!

*** Lesson Details ***
On initial lesson we take a few minutes to do a vocal assessment. After hearing the student, a customized syllabus will be created in order to assist with the vocal students short and long term goals. If there are areas that need development the instructor will add that to the students lesson plan and work on those areas.
We work on:
-Range
-Breathing
-Pitch
-Control
-Power
-Performance educate
-Public speaking
-Microphone educate
-Homework will also be assigned

*** Studio Equipment ***
Full sound system in 3 soundproof rooms includes, mirrors, keyboard, and microphone. The studio has a waiting lobby with big screen cable TV for guest and children.

*** Specialties ***
Customized tailored voice lessons in mainstream, pop, speech level singing, ear training,blending, vocal care and maintenance. Some specialized styles include; rock, country, pop, soul, gospel, for males and females vocalist from beginners, intermediate, and advanced level backgrounds.
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Josie P June 30, 2015
Singing · In studio
I have worked with vocal coaches since I was a kid and for the first time when working with Danny within the first lessons, I have already improved my range and control. Also just the basic use of parts of my voice that didn't even know existed. I am also learning how to use my mix and I am excited as it comes in handy in singing country pop.
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Jacob June 30, 2015
In home
Danny V is the best coach I have had in a long time. Right on our first meet, we had a talk of my long and short term goals. Danny was able to customize a lesson plan that helped me prepare from being a background vocalist to a front liner. Also helped me with how to use and hold my microphone.
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Sierra B. July 25, 2013
Singing
Danny V is everything you could want as a vocal instructor.

I came to Danny about 3 years ago wanting to take lessons. I had a very light classical type voice but I wanted more. Danny worked with me and helped me build my voice up to be strong, powerful yet controlled. I can do everything and more that I had only dreamed of doing with my voice. Not only that but I am STILL improving. Danny helped me believe in myself and that I could achieve the voice I wanted, now I'm here and I couldn't be happier or more proud of my voice! I have and still do recommend Danny to other singers he is the best you can get!
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Danny V.

San Antonio, TX 78201
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Kate W.

San Antonio, TX

I've been teaching for over 11+ years. My teaching style is we go at the pace you want to go. I let the student tell me what their goals are, and we work around it.

My philosophy: everyone is their own person. No one is built the same!

About Kate

I graduated from UTSA in the Fall of 2008, with a Bachelor of Music with a Vocal and Piano Emphasis. I have been teaching private piano and voice for 11+ years. I am fun, energetic, and patient. It brings me such joy to be able to teach children something I am so passionate about!

*** Lesson Details ***
Students need to practice 15 minutes a day. They are required to complete everything that is assigned to them that week, and be prepared for their lessons for the following week. A beginner usually in 3-6 months should be familiar with reading the basic treble and bass clef staff, be famili
ar with dynamic markings, beginning to understand basic music theory, tempo and minimal sight reading. Voice students study basic vocal technique, and learning to sing properly.

*** Travel Equipment ***
I usually provide the books after the parents have paid for them. They should have their own instrument to work with.

*** Specialties ***
I use the Alfred method for piano.
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Gia July 2, 2015
Singing · Online
Verified Student
Within minutes, I could tell that she was a very haopy person and that I would have no problem talking with her. She also challenged me to sing outside my range. I felt unsure but she encouraged me and I did okay. I can't wait for my next lesson.
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David A. June 29, 2015
Singing · In home
Verified Student
Kate is a very nice person and looks to be fun to work with. She was also very encouraging. I look forward to working with her and learning from her.
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ElvaR September 7, 2010
My daughter is really enjoying her lessons. She has grown very fond of Ms. Kate. She looks forward to her lesons.Keep up the good work Ms. Kate.
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Kate W.

San Antonio, TX 78247
(4)
starting at
$25 / 30-min
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Whitney V.

San Antonio, TX

I can help with many genres including Broadway, Country, Pop and folk. I tailor your lesson to what your personal goals are.

About Whitney

Whitney started singing professionally at the age of 14 with Six Flags Theme Parks. Since then she has been in Branson, Mo and traveled the world singing with Royal Caribbean, Holland America, Norwegian and Celebrity cruise lines. Doing so has given her the opportunity to teach voice to people of all talent levels and all walks of life. She now resides in San Antonio, Texas where she performs at and teaches vocal for Six Flags Fiesta Texas.

*** Lesson Details ***
A lesson with me is much more than working on your vocal ability. We are going to pick the perfect vocal selection for you and t
hen work on your entire performance quality. I want to make sure you not only sound great but look like a confident performer whether you are onstage or at your friends wedding or competing. Depending on your goals or time line I am pretty easy going. After 3-6 months you can expect to learn good vocal technique, performance guidelines and the confidence to perform anywhere.

I am also excited to work with your pageant needs and I am very familiar with the Miss America system.

*** Studio Equipment ***
keyboard, spare room or living room, seating for parents, access to backing tracks

*** Travel Equipment ***
I can provide an IPod speakers.

*** Specialties ***
I specialize in performance for competitions. I can put together the whole package from helping choose music and costumes along with dance moves and perfecting your vocal technique. I can even make costumes. If you are wanting to compete in pageants or talent competitions I can help you reach your highest potential.
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Betty R. July 24, 2015
Singing · In studio
Verified Student
I'm so glad that I met Whitney because she is the kind of teacher everyone should want. She is:
Kind
Teaches with passion
Very interested in student's interest and student's desire for accomplishment.
Provides on-site support, after hours support, and willing to listen to student's feedback.
Very, very, very encouraging
I'm so glad that I had Whitney as a music, singing, teacher/instructor.
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Randy M. July 23, 2015
Singing · In studio
Verified Student
Whitney knows how to blend contemporary music with traditional learning. Highly recommend her. You will see results.

Thanks Whitney! :-)
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David M. July 21, 2015
Singing · In home
Verified Student
Challenges you to reach your full potential each lesson. Great at instructing complete beginners and helping them to advance and push themselves quickly.
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Whitney V.

San Antonio, TX 78217
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Andrew F.

San Antonio, TX

Through my chorale experience, I learned techniques to improve various aspects of the voice, including flexibility, head voice and chest voice. I go over exercises with students to help develop desired aspects of their singing. If desired, I provide recordings to help my students go over exercises for singing and ear training. I believe that everybody has the ability to sing in some kind of way, no matter the vocal range. It is just a matter of finding a singing style that the student is interested in and developing it. I shape lessons around the student's interest in music and singing and explore ways the student can use their voice to create music, soulfully. If desired, I can include singing and playing with piano, guitar or ukulele.

About Andrew

I have experience tutoring students as well as working with people individually and in groups, as an undergrad Psychology intern, a cognitive skills trainer, and a counseling student. As an undergrad intern, I worked with elementary school children as a tutor and a mentor. As a counseling student, I have worked with various populations, from grade school students (making healthier choices) to adults (stress, anxiety, career decisions, bereavement, etc.) to older adults in hospice care, as well as facilitate groups with individuals suffering from a mental illness. Also, I teach a beginner ukule
le class at a community education center. Through my personal, academic and vocational experiences, I have gained insight about the process of working with people, educationally, musically and through goal setting (counseling and coaching).

My approach is one that is peculiar to each of my students. As an auto-didactic learner, I believe that everyone has their own way of learning. Therefore, I use an approach that I feel works well for each of my students, with regard to whether a student thinks abstractly or concretely, for example. With so many possible goals, it is important to be flexible to work with each student's learning style. I present concepts with the idea that experience is the key to learning. I strive to create a warm atmosphere that allows students to feel comfortable with making mistakes, with making progress and with being themselves. I see the process as a wonderful opportunity for students to gain knowledge and awareness and to personally develop.

With my patience, positive energy, personal insight and passion for working with people, I help my students work towards progress while having a fun time doing it. I help my students create meaning by keeping the focus of the lessons based on a given student's interests and concerns. My hope is that it is all undoubtedly clear.

Two important things: I strive to maintain a positive collaboration with my students so that learning and development may occur. I believe this is one of the most important parts of the process. It is essential for students to share the same commitment. Also: I promote the idea of Soul. To me, Soul is any sincere display of passion. With Soul, we perform in a most genuine and graceful way. I personally believe that whether one is playing the piano, writing an essay, singing, giving a speech or anything (necessarily peaceful), one should do it with Soul.

Personal Development Coaching: Using my insight gained as a counseling student and my aforementioned experience working with people, I am happy to provide my personal development coaching service. It focuses on providing a safe and understanding atmosphere for one to reflect, process and work towards making personal changes (e.g. career, anxiety management, lifestyle) from an existential perspective. If interested, please, see the details I have provided under Life Coaching. I work with grade school students and adults (including college students).

My approach to personal development coaching is based on a therapeutic intervention called Gestalt Therapy (GT). The underlying idea of GT is that awareness is the key to change. My approach looks to help the individual gain self-actualization. This allows one to discern where such things as anxiety, unhappiness, ambivalence, etc. stem from. I believe that it is important for every human being to go through such a process so that peace and awareness within brings peace and awareness to the outer world. I am inspired by and influenced by the ideas of Carl Jung. I help facilitate the process in a genuinely humane, empathetic and professional manner.

I am absolutely loyal to the idea of confidentiality; therefore, I ensure that information of anybody I work with is not at risk of being shared with a third party.

Lastly, I am open to: Going beyond my travel radius, at an agreed-upon adjusted rate; working with multiple students, at an agreed-upon adjusted rate; and meeting at a public place that is convenient, if it is preferred.

I mentioned everything that is above so that it may be known and understood. Please, contact TakeLessons if you have any questions about any services I provide, my approach or anything!

A TakeLessons blog I have published:

http://takelessons.com/blog/find-the-right-piano-teacher

Peace be within you.
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William June 30, 2015
Very friendly and understanding of the type of lessons I wanted. Super cool dude.
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eveline J. June 2, 2015
Singing · In home
Verified Student
Andrew is really good with kids. He has lots of patience. He teaches my daughter Singing, Ukelele and Reading. I would recommend him.
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Talia P. February 28, 2015
Ukulele · In home
Verified Student
Andrew is excellent with my 5 year old daughter. I highly recommend him.
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Andrew F.

San Antonio, TX 78209
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starting at
$25 / 30-min
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Jacqueline E.

San Antonio, TX

I have been teaching voice for just over a year now to elementary students to adult amateurs. My goals are to teach the fundamentals of singing (intonation, resonance, diction, posture, and breathing) to help students produce their most beautiful tone. I structure my lessons so students learn what they want to learn, while also building a strong foundation through physical + vocal warm-ups and breathing + ear-training exercises. I specialize in classical singing, and would love to help you learn how to release YOUR freest, most natural sounding voice - not an imitation of anybody else.

I am in my 11th year of studying singing. I have studied classical voice privately with reputable voice teachers/international opera singers.

In addition to vocal technique, I will teach solfege for developing inner hearing.

About Jacqueline

If you're looking for a well-rounded music teacher who can give you the right tools for improving singing and musicianship skills in a safe and positive environment, you've come to the right place!

I have taught students from 7 to 18, but I also love to teach adult beginners. I am passionate about finding the best teaching techniques for students of all different learning styles and inspiring my students to not give up on themselves so they can enjoy singing for years and years to come. I am patient and work diligently to get to know you as a person and as a student so you can feel success
ful and achieve your goals.

I have learned solid classical vocal technique from the very best, and I believe everyone deserves the same tools. (My teacher has had many students that have gone on to have very successful singing careers, all over the United States and some internationally.) As a singer, I have over ten years’ performance experience as a chorister and soloist and four years' experience in singing opera/musical theatre. I am a classically trained pianist, and also have experience conducting choirs from the elementary level to the high school level.

*** Lesson Details ***
More lesson times may be available than what is shown. Please send me a message if you would like to find out about other times.

Some examples of goals I can help you with:
- Improving singing technique
- Learning about vocal health
- Developing inner hearing and intonation
- Learning music theory and music history
- Unleashing your natural musicality in singing
- Increasing self-awareness of bodily tension and how to release it

When you arrive for our first lesson, I'll start by getting to know your musical tastes/aspirations. Then you’ll sing a couple vocal exercises so I can listen carefully to your voice and how I can help you.

I always start with a strong foundation in the fundamentals. After we spend at least two lessons simply establishing singing technique and going through exercises for singing, I will introduce music that is appropriate for your level of development, and then we will explore music you like.

*** Studio Equipment ***
Practice room with a mirror and either an upright or grand piano

*** Student Expectations ***
I expect students to be punctual. I also require students to come prepared with a pencil and a notepad/notebook so they will know what to practice for next week. Parents or friends may sit and watch and/or take notes for the student, but any visitors must be silent throughout the entire lesson so as not to be a distraction to the student; s/he has to be fully focused in order to get as much out of the lesson as possible. I HIGHLY encourage the student to bring a recording device to record our lesson to study the vocal exercises in personal practice sessions after our lesson.

*** Specialties ***
I am first a singer, then a pianist, then a conductor. I am a member of many professional music organizations (National Association for Music Education, Music Teachers National Association, American Choral Directors Association, Organization of American Kodaly Educators, and Church Music Association of America). I frequently attend conferences and keep up with professional journal articles. My personal music teaching philosophy are based on music pedagogies of Zoltan Kodaly, Edwin Gordon, John Feierabend, Karl Orff, and Justine Bayard Ward.

My music philosophy:
1. Music is for everyone. Anyone can learn how to sing beautifully and be a musician! However, it takes time and hard work to see progress. I want to give you the right tools (proper singing technique and proper mindset) to help you foster a love of singing for years and years to come.
2. Mastering the fundamentals of singing and learning about vocal health is crucial! Whatever your goals, starting with and maintaining a good technique with consistent practice will keep you from injury so you can enjoy singing for a long time.
3. The more well-rounded you are as a musician, the better. In singing lessons, I incorporate aspects of music theory and ear-training appropriate to your level so that you can have a holistic music education and be an independent, thinking musician.
4. Hard work is satisfying! I believe that with discipline and diligence, any student can achieve great results, so I push my students to really focus in order to tap into their deep potential. I am always supportive and encouraging with my students in their efforts.
5. Music is meant to be a beautiful expression of your heart and soul! I believe that while good technique and musicianship are very important, that is only half the story. At every stage, I try to help students connect with the music inside them so they can be free to let it out, naturally and expressively.
6. Listening is vital to understanding music! Students can expect listen to recordings of music and singers to gain insight to and understanding of style. I encourage my students to listen to or watch recordings to work on the more organic elements of music, which cannot be gained from academic study.

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Jackie is a classically trained lyric-coloratura soprano, who earned her Bachelor of Music degree in General-Choral Music Education, magna cum laude, from The Catholic University of America in Washington, DC in May 2015.

Stage appearances in 2014 include Catholic University's production of Mozart's Don Giovanni (chorus) and the Yorkshire Opera Workshop's production of Gilbert & Sullivan's Iolanthe (Leila) in England. Highlights in 2015 include Verdi's Rigoletto (Countess Ceprano) and the Soprano Soloist for the Mozart Coronation Mass at St. John the Beloved in McLean, VA.

In addition to pursuing her interests in operatic repertoire and choral music, Jackie continues to refine skills in piano and Gregorian chant to further her development as an aspiring music educator and church musician.
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Katelyn H. July 5, 2014
Jackie is a well-rounded musician whose talent, enthusiasm, and commitment have brought her success in a variety of areas. Whether performing or teaching, she displays both a deep intellectual understanding of music and an artistic, expressive spirit. She is also a very supportive teacher who truly cares about others' growth. Her passion for music, learning, and life continues to inspire me, and I believe that the same will be true for future students.
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Mary Y. July 3, 2014
Jacqueline is an extraordinary musician whose talent and passion for music permeates everything she does. She uses a variety of techniques and methods to help her students excel in music, an achievement she so joyfully celebrates along with her students. She is very flexible and personable, adapting to the needs of each individual and meeting them where they are at. I know this firsthand because I was her student. I have high hopes for the future for every other student who has the pleasure of learning from Jacqueline to also experience the joy, love, art and passion of music!
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Monike P. July 2, 2014
Jacqueline is a very talented singer and performer. She has a very strong technical base and a beautiful sound. She is dedicated to achieving a healthy and well rounded singing voice and helping others to achieve the same goal. She is also a skilled actress who gives an incredible amount of energy and thought to her characters. She is an enthusiastic teacher and can draw on her personal skills to help you achieve your best sound.
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San Antonio, TX 78247
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