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Voice & flute students age 10 and up
Piano students age 4 and up

(I've taught age 3 and up before, however the ages I've listed above for lessons is what I have found to be most effective. Group classes may be a good alternative for very young students seeking voice or band instruments.)

Hello, fellow music lovers! My name is Nicole and I would be honored to have the opportunity to help you take your music skills, whether beginning to advanced, to the next level! I am a singer with 25+ years of experience with solos, small ensemble groups, and large choirs. My singing styles range fro
m opera, musical theatre, jazz, gospel, and christian contemporary, just to name a few. : )  I am also an experienced flutist with 5 + years of study and an intermediate-level pianist with about 5 years of study in the classical technique, and playing chords to follow most any style. I also enjoy teaching some music theory (the rules of music) in written, sight singing, and piano chords, if requested. Music theory along with voice and instrument lessons can provide a further understanding of each musical concept.

My training first began in elementary school, in Virginia Beach, VA, when I took my first group voice lessons and concert band classes as a beginning flutist. I continued my study with a large home school band in the 7th grade. I was then chosen to play the flute in an All City Band in Virginia Beach, for excellence in my performance skills. From there I continued my study at a private school in Virginia Beach with many chorus, band, and youth band classes to further my music reading and improvisational performance skills. At age eighteen I moved to Tampa, FL and became a Liberal Arts major with a concentration in Music at Hillsborough Community College (HCC). I graduated from HCC with an AA in Liberal Arts/Music. I was then accepted to further my music study at the University of South Florida (USF). I studied voice and a sampling of other instruments in the Music Education program. I graduated with two and one-half years of music education training and another four years of voice training with a BA in Music Studies. Also, during my college years I participated in the elite USF Chamber Singers, the University Singers, the Master Chorale of Tampa Bay, and many studio recitals. 

In 2013 I completed my fourth year of music teaching in a small private school in Tampa, FL. I have sang with Opera Tampa since their 2012-2013 season in the professional opera chorus for productions such as Carmen, The Magic Flute, and Madame Butterfly. I have continued to add new performance jobs with The Princeton Festival in Princeton, NJ (2014), St. Petersburg Opera in St Pete, FL , and the Tampa Spiritual Ensemble performing in the surrounding Tampa Bay areas. In addition, I continue my studies part time at the Patel Conservatory in downtown Tampa.  

I look forward to working with you to make all your music dreams come true! So, let's make beautiful music together very soon!  

*** Lesson Details ***
When taking lessons with me you can expect to learn in a very positive, encouraging, and laid back environment! I believe that learning is fun, very rewarding, and never stops. I plan to continue learning more about my craft for the rest of my life and I would encourage my students of all ages to adopt this mentality also. 

For voice lessons I like to begin with warm-ups and breathing exercises that can be modified to any style of songs. Then to song selections that will be enjoyable, yet helpful in making your voice better. For opera style I primarily use the G. Schirmer Opera Anthology books, and Hal Leonard published anthology series' for different art songs. For all other vocal styles I enjoy using various published individual-song sheet music or CDs and accompaniment tracks. Along the way giving all applicable tips for producing better sound, projection, breathing, phrasing, and musicality.

For flute lessons I would begin with scales or simple exercises. Then to specific pieces that you would want to work on or techniques from the Accent on Achievement or Standards of Excellence book series'.

For piano lessons I would begin with finger stretches, scale warm-ups and/or easy chords or pieces to get the fingers ready to practice. Then I would progress to your chosen pieces or a book from the Alfred or Bastien Piano Book series', which includes books for all levels and styles. 

*** Travel Equipment ***
I provide a keyboard for demos and use for students, a flute for demos, CDs, and some lesson books.

*** Specialties ***
Vocal: Up to advanced level Classical, Jazz, Musical Theatre, R&B, Pop, Gospel, Sight-reading
Flute: Up to Intermediate level Classical, Sight-reading
Piano: Beginner & Intermediate levels Classical, Chord Theory, Sight-reading
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zoey February 24, 2017
Verified Student · Singing · In home
Great session with Nicole! She is wonderful! She made my daughter feel so comfortable. Highly recommend!
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Leah March 24, 2015
Verified Student · Singing · In home
Enjoyed Nicole and learned a lot!
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Vanessa G. July 14, 2014
Verified Student · Singing · In home
Nicole is a terrific instructor! This was my first time taking singing lessons, but Nicole was prepared to start from the beginning with me. She took the time to listen to what I was looking for out of these lessons and determine what my strengths and weaknesses were. Nicole allowed me to choose songs for us to work on, but was very willing to help me choose songs that suite my voice, challenged me, or were just fun songs to work on! I very much recommend taking lessons with Nicole if you're preparing for any performance or just want to develop your voice.
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Tampa, FL 33615
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About Natasha W.

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Clearwater, FL
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My name is Natasha and I am a certified tutor in reading, math, writing, language and grammar just to name a few subjects. I enjoy helping and watching children gain confidence in areas that were once a challenge. I make learning fun and comprehensive, but most of all memorable. I promise you won't be disappointed.
I also enjoy giving acting lessons because it broadens your versatility and hones in on skills that are sometimes suppressed. Acting pushes you to think, perform, project, engage and entertain and I absolutely love it and you will too.

Thanks!!
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Crystal December 6, 2015
Verified Student · Acting · In studio
Natasha is the best she is really sweet and a lot of fun. She really cares about her students as well as easy to talk to. I'm glad I picked her
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Tiasha L. May 13, 2015
Verified Student · Acting · In studio
Natasha is a wonderful teacher and cares about her craft. I truly enjoy our meetings and look forward to them on a weekly basis. She has taught me so many things that I am so excited about sharing it with my family. I am so blessed to have chosen her to direct my path in acting. Five stars is definitely a plus!!!!
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Natasha W.

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Tampa, FL 33614
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About Kathryn W.

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New Port Richey, FL
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I have been an educator for twenty years. I have taught all grade levels and all subject areas, from Kindergarten to eighth grade. I have worked with students of various backgrounds and love to help all students!
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Sofia August 28, 2016
Verified Student · Creative Writing · Online
Kathryn is excellent with my 10 year old. She is very engaging, caring and very knowledgeable. She explains concepts very well and clear. My daughter needs help organizing her ideas when she is writing and Kathryn is great with that.
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Stephanie V. October 30, 2015
Verified Student · Basic Math · In home
I've had an incredible experience with Kathryn. She is such a great tutor and I am glad I have her to assist in tutoring my children. I highly recommend Kathryn because she is very patient and attentive. My children both love her and feel connected and motivated as a result of her teaching style.
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Kathryn W.

New Port Richey, FL 34654
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About Ray C.

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New Port Richey, FL
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Hello! My name is Ray. I am a recent B.A. graduate of Michigan State University with a degree in English. I am currently pursuing a Master's degree in Liberal Arts. I am trained in film, English, Critical Theory, SAT/ACT Test Prep. I wish to be a teacher so I hope to work with you to improve your grades and to improve myself as a mentor!
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Ray C.

New Port Richey, FL 34655
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$17 / 30-min

About Rob R.

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Safety Harbor, FL

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I am a state certified special needs teacher. I have a strong math, history, english, and guitar background but enjoy all subjects. I specialize in adapting to the student and focusing on the goals that they want to achieve. I have a wide variety of interests and enjoying making the learning process fun.
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Ben H. March 19, 2017
Verified Student · Billiards · Online
Rob was awesome!! He went above and beyond to accommodate my needs. Will definitely hire him again!
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Ethan January 8, 2017
Verified Student · Guitar · In home
Rob was very patient with Ethan and very knowledgable.
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Bill December 13, 2016
· Acoustic Guitar · In home
Rob is a great teacher! He is patient & flexible which fit right into what I needed. Right away he worked to find out my goals and create lessons to get there.
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Rob R.

Safety Harbor, FL 34695
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