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By Priscilla M. - San Diego Voice Teacher
Hello there! Have you always wanted to take voice lessons in San Diego? I'm Priscilla, and I have a music studio here in San Diego where I teach both singing and piano lessons. I cannot remember a time when I have not been immersed in music. In fact, I started playing piano at the age of 3! I have a Bachelor of Music degree from Wheaton Conservatory of Music and a Master of Music degree from University of Redlands here in California. I started vocal coaching in college and have worked with singers ever since. I have done everything from coaching pop and blues singers to working as a Musical Director for theatre.
I love teaching singing lessons because singing is such an incredible way for us to express ourselves. I love watching my students blossom and gain confidence as we work together, laugh together, and celebrate as they become the singers they have always dreamed of becoming.
We have all styles and ages of singers here in San Diego, from future Broadway stars to Jazz, Pop and Blues singers. One of my young students is aspiring to sing the National Anthem at a Chargers game someday! San Diego is a great place for singing; whether at one of the many piano bars around town, belting it out in a karaoke lounge, or singing in a musical with one of the numerous theatre groups, the opportunities abound here in beautiful San Diego.
Come join us and take singing lessons in San Diego! TakeLessons has a variety of voice instructors great for kids, adults and everyone in between. I love helping my students discover what they can become in the world of singing. You may only be a song away from becoming a terrific singer yourself!
I began studying singing over 20 years ago and love passing on my knowledge to students of all ages and skill levels. My teaching style is rooted in mastering awareness of the vocal instrument, and I utilize descriptive language and visualization to communicate topics that can seem somewhat intangible as I help my students develop their unique instrument. The primary method book I recommend to students is The Contemporary Singer, by Anne Peckham for Berklee Press, as it covers the physiology of singing and reinforces many of the topics we cover in lessons, as well as provides a practice CD with a number of great vocal workouts.
learn how to use your voice, match pitch, and produce a variety of tone colors through the use of breath control and resonance.
The voice is the grandest instrument of all instruments. For 20 years, Steven B is one of the best instructors out there. He teaches in students’ homes across the United States as easily as in the Coronado Music Studio. Provide teaching at all stages. All skill levels taught. Complete beginners are welcome. Mr. Bruce intersects methodologies of Bel Canto, Alexander's technique, and the secrets of singing. By the way, Alexander’s technique can bring back to health a damaged speaking voice, as well as keeping the singer’s voice sound and pain free. Broken down, singing involves three areas: mind, technique, and performance. There are many technical concepts to train in singing. From vowel shapes, to understanding consonants, to landing gently on high notes. Great technique leads to great expression. Steven B is skilled in educating a student for an audition or performance. The chief purpose of singing is to bring oneself joy. Prepare to learn a lot and have fun!
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Learn to sing correctly using the best techniques in the world. I studied voice with Robert Austin at USD and Richard Nichol in San Francisco in the Garcia-Marcheisse Institute. I have over 35 years of on-stage performance including Opera performances, Broadway Style Musicals, Sacred Oratorios as well as Intimate opera dinner gatherings. From Soloist at St. Mary's Cathedral in San Francisco to entertainer at corporate events with over 5,000 in attendance. After taking $30,000 in voice lessons I have now written my own "How to sing correctly" training manual.
Vocal training for students of any level of experience. Whether you would like to sing classical, jazz, pop, musical theatre, R&B, opera, country, gospel, folk or any other style, I would like to help you find your true voice and learn techniques that will help you sing powerfully, healthfully, and artfully in any genre. The voice is an instrument, and like any other it can be used to create beautiful music and to express the deepest emotion. My goal will be to help guide you in a direction that will bring you the most longevity, flexibility, and enjoyment from your voice.
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