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The Music of Tampa Bay

By Lorraine M. - Tampa Voice Teacher

Welcome music lovers! Lorraine M. here and I teach piano, guitar and singing lessons in Tampa. I can say I am truly blessed to be part of such a diverse and wonderful community where we can share our passions and ambitions - especially when we can express ourselves through music.

One of the great things about teaching singing lessons in Tampa is the variety of cultures I encounter. I have taught students from all kinds of different backgrounds, and there is nothing more amazing than creating a bond through the universal language of music. Language and cultural gaps are bridged by a chord. Stress is strummed away as more and more people turn to music for new enrichment. Whether learning it, making it, listening to it, working out with it, or using it as ambient noise, people everywhere indulge in music to accompany and witness life. Music is expression to the highest degree and it deepens our already culturally rich pocket of Florida. Country, Cuban, Haitian, East Indian and more all come together in a cultural orchestra, and the symphony is like none other.

There are also tons of performance opportunities where I can easily make relationships and connect with people all around me through our common love for music. Of course there are the great concert venues that pack people in from Ocala, Orlando and even Naples, but even more intimate are the myriads of private venues giving performers like myself opportunities to really embrace those around us through music. Whether you love to listen to it or want to share your dreams with the world, music is the thread in the quilt of culture. Take singing lessons in Tampa and learn the language of the universe!

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KeriAnne N. B.

Brandon, FL

Classical Vocal Pedagogy Techniques

About KeriAnne N.

Dramatic Soprano & Brandon School of Music Director, KeriAnne B., is an alumna of California State University, Fullerton, where she holds a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Vocal Performance. She is the Director and Instructor of the Brandon School of Music. In addition, KeriAnne B. holds an Associate of Arts Degree in Music from Yuba College where she studied Vocal Performance and Piano Performance. Recently she made her Florida professional singing debut with the Space Coast Symphony Orchestra as soprano soloist for their production of Messiah and Christmas at the Movies. She has performed selecti
ons from the roles of Gilda (Rigoletto), Rusalka (Rusalka), Lakme (Lakme), Fiordiligi (Cosi fan tutte), Carmen (Carmen), Susannah (Susannah), Pamina/First Lady (Die Zauberflote), Susanna (Le Nozze di Figaro), Zerlina (Don Giovanni), Lauretta (Gianni Schicci), Lay Sister (Suor Angelica), Semele (Semele), and Xerxes (Xerxes). She has appeared as soloist with the Yuba Sutter Master Chorale, Yuba Sutter Youth Chorus, Yuba Sutter Bel Canto Singers, First United Methodist Church of Redondo Beach as Soprano Section Leader and Soloist, CSU Fullerton University Singers, CSUF Chamber Singer, CSU Opera Production, and the CSU New Music Ensemble. She appeared as the soprano soloist with the Bel Canto Singer'€™s production of the Stabat Mater of G.B. Pergolesi. She has sung as soloist for works such as the Vivaldi Gloria, Handel Messiah, Ralph Vaughn Williams Serenade to Music, John Rutter Gloria, John Corigliano Fern Hill, and other such works. She has appeared in productions with the Shoreline Opera Scenes Program singing Mozart, Offenbach, Chausson and others.

KeriAnne has studied voice under Joaquina C. Johnson, Dawn Hays-Weiss, Dr. Gerald Seminatore, Dr. Nicole Baker, Kathryn Rundus, Rhona Klinghofer, Meg Stecker-Thorsen. She has studied piano under Howard Johnson, Dr. Robert Bowman, Lavinia Livingston, Dr. Terry Watson, Dr. Monica Lee, Jensina Byington-Oliver, and most recently under Dr. Charles Enlow. She also has studied vocal pedagogy under Joaquina C. Johnson and Dr. Patricia Prunty. Extensive studies in piano pedagogy were completed under Dr. Robert Bowman. Post-Undergraduate studies have included opera and piano studies at California State University, Chico, Fullerton College, El Camino College and Shoreline College.

She has sung under the the highly esteemed and world renown choral conductor John Alexander, and acclaimed women's choral director, Dr. Vance Wolverton. She has also sung professionally under choral conductors Grant Gershon, of the Los Angeles Master Chorale and Los Angeles Opera Chorus, Dr. Robert Istad (Long Beach Camerata Singers), Dr. Nicole Baker, Joaquina Johnson, Dr. Lynn Bielefelt, Sean Boulware, Linda Waterman, and the acclaimed Keith Lockhart of the Boston Pop's Orchestra. She has toured with the Boston Pop's Orchestra and has sung as professional section leader and soloist for Redondo Beach Methodist Church. She has performed for world famous composer, Morten Lauridsen, singing his piece Mid Winter Songs. She has had the opportunity to tour California with the Cal State Fullerton Chamber Singers. She has also had her compositional work "Snow Falling in a Quiet Night" premiered by the New Music Ensemble at CSU Fullerton. She has studied composition under Dr. Pamela Madsen.

KeriAnne's teaching career has included teaching at elementary school, high school, college, and university levels and has had several experiences with music education. She has tutored college/university level theory, piano performance, class piano, coached voice students, taught voice and has accompanied vocal and instrumental soloist. She has acted as the Assistant Director to the Yuba Sutter Youth Chorus, Assistant Director to the Yuba Sutter Master Chorale, and Assistant Director to the Yuba Sutter Bel Canto Singers. She has taught throughout public schools and private schools throughout California, Florida, Texas and Washington State. Matthew's Music (CA), Orange County Music Academy (CA), Redondo and Hermosa School of Dance and Music (CA), Manhattan Beach Middle School (CA), Lennox Unified School District (CA), A Sharp School of Music (TX), Allegro Piano Studio (TX), Alamo School of Music (TX) and Aria School of Music, Palm Bay School of Music and Brandon School of Music her privately owned and operated voice and piano studio. She has also accompanied singers in the San Antonio Independent School District vocal programs (Luna Middle School). Most recently, she has obtained her K-6 Elementary Education Teaching Certification from the State of Florida.

Along with her teaching, she has acted as the Assistant Youth Chorus Director for the acclaimed Sacramento Opera Company in the production of La Boheme. KeriAnne has had an extensive performing background in choral music, vocal performance and piano performance. She has acted as cathedral pianist for the San Fernando Cathedral in San Antonio, TX. She has been involved and competed in the NATS auditions as well as has performed in solo concerts and recitals within Yuba Sutter area, Seattle Metropolitan area, Orange County, Brevard County and Los Angeles County areas. In addition, she is a church musician that has sung in the Aldersgate Chorale and UMC of Redondo Beach and has performed numerously as soloist for several various churches. KeriAnne has had an extensive list of activities as a pianist, accompanist, coach and teacher. Some of her pianist involvement include, accompanist for instrumentalist and vocalist, pianist for weddings, funerals, parties and entertainment venues. She has had extensive experience in church music and served as pianist for four years.

Most recently, KeriAnne has been accepted in the Central Florida Lyric Opera as a member of the Resident Artist Training Program. Auditions for local opera companies are in the works, and she is looking forward to starting her Master of Arts Degree in Vocal Performance at the University of Central Florida in the Fall of 2013. Her goals include getting an Artist Agent to manage her singing career and having the opportunity to sing internationally.

KeriAnne is a Certified Music Teacher in 32907

*** Lesson Details ***
Lessons can expect to be educational, fun, motivational and full of lots of singing. You will learn how to have fun playing music, musical techniques, sight-reading, musicianship, note-reading, ear training and theory. After 3-6 months of lessons, you will be either playing the piano or singing at a high level. You will be learning new music, having fun and enjoying what you are learning in my teaching studio.

*** Studio Equipment ***
Yamaha Upright Piano, Music Stand, Parent Waiting Area with comfortable chair and couch, Lighting, Bookcase with Music Books and Music Supplies, etc.

*** Specialties ***
I specialize in Classical/Operatic Voice Techniques, but am able to teach musical theatre. I do not teach popular vocal styles, such as rap, rock, indie, soul, country, hip hop, gospel, punk, or pop music styles. For piano, I teach a little bit of every genre and style. Guitar I teach basic techniques, chording and strumming. Music can range from classical, folk, jazz to more popular tunes.
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BettyM May 16, 2011
KeriAnne B. is absolutely awsome!! She always encourages and instills confidence in my grandaughter's abilities to play any piece she desires.
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KeriAnne N. B.

KeriAnne N. B.

Brandon, FL 33511
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starting at
$35 / 30-min
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Chip D.

Tampa, FL

Repertoire exploration and voice building for any student. Building fundamentals, growing vocal understanding and musicianship.

About Chip

Faculty Member at The University of Tampa, FL

Member of the National Association of Teachers of Singing.

Active Professional.

Familiar with Alexander Technique, Estill Method, Voice Science.

LESSON DETAILS

Voice lessons addressing the personal needs of each student.

Flexible scheduling!

Well versed in contemporary styles - music theater, belt, rock and pop.

My focus is to get you comfortable with your voice and producing a sound that you think is beautiful.

From foundation building for beginners to the diagnosis and correction of vocal faults in advanced singers, my
goal is to strengthen and improve the student's understanding of 'the voice' and ensure safe and consistent technical growth.

I encourage students 14-16 to start with 1/2 hour lessons. Please, no students under 14.

STUDIO DETAILS

Music Studio with piano and seating for parents or guests. Plenty of free parking. Both the downtown studio and home studio are convenient locations near cafes and shops.

SPECIALTY

Correction of Vocal Faults for Professional and Amateur Singers (I clean up what other teachers don't know how to fix).
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Cheryl M. July 3, 2015
Singing · In home
Verified Student
It was a great experience and the teacher is every bit a professional.
I learnt a lot and would recommend to anyone.
Money well spent!
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Dimonica M. June 5, 2015
Singing · In studio
Verified Student
Chip is a great teacher who loves his job.
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Dan P. May 21, 2015
Online
Verified Student
Charles 'Chip' Dugan: Is a generous, talented, and patient teacher.His contribution to me, was his positive attitude, teaching me to breath, relax, and when addressing a microphone, to pronounce copy corectly. To slow down, and focus; and remember posture,and relax face and jaw muscles. The David Blair McClosky, method of relaxation was very helpful. I would recommend 'Chip'D for; Speaking voice, singing.A talented Tenor!
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Chip D.

Chip D.

Tampa, FL 33605
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$35 / 30-min
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Mary H.

Tampa, FL

Singing is as natural to me as speaking but I wasn't always this way. That's why I love to help anyone become comfortable or better at expressing themselves through singing. Singing is a very individual thing and I approach each student uniquely, depending on the present status and goals. I have multiple experience and styles to draw on but also understand we are beautifully and wonderfully made in such a way that certain foundational, physical aspects of singing will help everyone.

About Mary

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Teaching music students for over 30 years has enriched my life. My relationship with my students is a two-way street. I create a course of study to fit their individual interests and needs and often learn from them as we explore their interest in God's wonderful gift of music!

After teaching elementary music in public schools for 10 years and training university interns, it was a thrill to become a vocal graduate assistant at the University of South Florida where I earned both a B.A.in Music Education and an M.A. in Vocal Performance with Voice, Choral, Music E
ducation and Piano Pedagogy emphasis.

I help singers of ALL styles of singing and ALL kinds of literature/repertoire. Students are usually amazed that I can do this. My classical training is enhanced by my participation in Broadway, contemporary, folk, pop music and sacred music styles and love for jazz and gospel,too. Did I leave anything out?

Teaching at various private schools™, including theater school and directing both contemporary praise bands and traditional church choirs has provided enjoyable contrasts for me.

I have adjudicated for the Florida Vocal Association Solo and Ensemble Festivals and the National Association of Teachers of Singing Student Auditions. Former students are pursuing careers as performers, composers, music teachers and music ministers ..........and singing to their babies!

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Piano Study

I provide a variety of instruction: Classical, Traditional and Worship Chords/Chord Chart approach with Improvisation.

Lessons and curriculum are tailored to the students abilities and interests. Traditional note reading and/or chord chart playing, classical or popular music with improvisation skills can be pursued.
However, beginners should understand that there are skills everyone needs to begin with to progress.

I incorporate duet playing to enhance beginner songs and to teach ensemble playing at all levels.
Most of my students pursue piano for their own enjoyment or for ensemble,church and social gatherings. However, because of 2 years of piano study at the University level, I am very comfortable with those who wish to prepare for competition and advanced study.

I prefer to teach students ages 7 & up.
For Younger Students: I offer Music Enrichment Piano lessons in the summer, with a more play-like approach to music readiness activities; such as movement songs developing steady beat, rhythm awareness, finger dexterity and form.

Vocal Study

Vocal students can concentrate on a single style to study or a mix of Classical, Broadway, Pop, Folk, Traditional Sacred or Contemporary Christian Styles.

We are beautifully and wonderfully made in such a way that certain foundational, physical aspects of singing will help everyone. I teach the foundations for a physiologically correct technique that enhances every style. This has helped all singers, including those who are experiencing discomfort when they sing.

Singing is as natural to me as speaking but I wasn't always this way. That's why I love to help anyone become comfortable or better at expressing themselves through singing. Vocal students of all levels, beginning to advanced, are welcome.

Singing is a very individual thing and I approach each student uniquely. I have multiple experiences and styles to draw from.

I prefer to teach lessons to age 11 & up but will work with younger students if they are ready.

Vocal students can receive music reading training if they desire it, but since 30 minutes is a minimum for developing physical foundational techniques and music selections, lessons would need to be 45 minutes or an hour to include vocal sight reading.
I love helping students expand their ability, whatever their starting point. Musicality is even more important than a display of difficult music, so I take time to encourage expressiveness.

Our initial session,
I am interested in learning about each student's personal tastes, and any past experiences and goals. Then we will proceed to explore their instrument, whether it is their own voice or the piano.
A student's goals and resources will influence my choices from a wide variety of curriculum that are beneficial for steady progress. I will collaborate with them to choose musical selections, incorporating their goals and tastes.

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Enjoying the ability to express oneself through music is of primary importance. While challenging my students to steadily grow in their capability, their appreciation of compositions and ability to communicate them; I also encourage their feedback to assess what works best for them.

I love helping students expand their ability, whatever their starting point. Musicality is even more important than a display of difficult music, so I take time to encourage expressiveness.

Older students need to be able to focus on developing technique and accept the home practice involved to learn ( and in the case of piano "read" ) and expressively sing/ play their selections.

Adult students are self directed and I accept their self pacing for home practice. But where parents are involved, I discuss a practice plan and encourage it. However, a student should never skip a lesson because they didn't practice. We all need a jump start sometimes.

Materials: I will discuss the need for curriculum with students before purchasing items.
Curriculum is chosen based on the students goals. There is a $2 monthly fee for piano students who will benefit from the sequential music games offered online through my teacher account.
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Kristen May 21, 2015
Singing · In studio
Verified Student
Pretty excited to start this journey and I couldn't have found a better instructor!
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Joshua T. May 2, 2015
Singing · In studio
I've been taking lessons with Mary for about 2 years now. In that time I've she's helped me improve drasticly in my tone range. Couldn't have come this far without her help. She'll give you a good foundation for your voice to build on and is very informative on ways you can improve.
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Mary T. April 20, 2015
Piano · In studio
As an older adult, I started beginning piano with Mary H. and was able to progress quickly and learn how to read music and play the music I was interested in and learned much more than I ever expected about music theory. She is very knowledgeable and is an excellent teacher and also a very pleasant person and gets you in and out on time.
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Mary H.

Mary H.

Tampa, FL 33618
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starting at
$25 / 30-min
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Randall G.

Tampa, FL

I have taught singing to children and adults, as well as directed choirs of all ages, Students will learn the proper techniques for breathing, diction, singing posture and range selection.

About Randall

I love teaching students at all ages, especially as they develop new skills. It's important to have a structured lesson for students so they experience the gratification of progress, but at the same time it must be an enjoyable experience for them.

As a singer and musician...I have produced and performed on 4 CD,s one of which was an Editor's Pick on cdbaby.com

As a golf instructor, I incorporate the elements of the SMITH method which are relevant to golfers of any age and ability.

As a writer...I am a published author and article writer, with works in both fiction and non-fiction.


I hold a Master of Arts in Applied Behavioral Science which I use to motivate and challenge the learner.
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Randall G.

Randall G.

Tampa, FL 33606
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$30 / 30-min
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Kelsey Y.

Tampa, FL

I have performed vocally since childhood and began teaching during my last year of college. I then found that I love teaching singers as much as I love being the singer! Sharing the same love and goal as someone else is wonderful and helping them achieve what I have is extremely gratifying! I love to challenge singers to get out of their comfort zone and cross genres, taking their voices to places they never knew could go. In my lessons I help build repertoire, teach ear training, theory, etc...

About Kelsey

I am a classically trained singer/musician with my Bachelor of Music in Vocal Performance from the University of South Florida. With 12 years experience in performing, I can sing it all: Opera, Musical Theater, Pop, & Jazz. I have about 5 years experience in teaching voice and piano to children and adults of all ages. My teaching includes private lessons, group/choral lessons, & vocal seminars. As a private instructor, I teach from in my home studio in the Lake Magdalene area or will travel to you. My students are given opportunities and encouraged to perform at least twice a year in our biann
ual studio music recitals. Now accepting new students!
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Kelsey Y.

Kelsey Y.

Tampa, FL 33613
starting at
$30 / 35-min

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