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Saint Louis, MO

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I hold a doctorate degree in Music and specialize in classical music from the Renaissance period, Baroque, classical periods, as well as pop and broadway. I teach all voice types, with expertise in me
zzo soprano and countertenor literature. I use proven vocal techniques along side vocal yoga practices to help people to find their true voice.

Languages including French, German, Italian, Latin, and Spanish. I have considerable experience training children's voices to sing healthily, preserving their voices for longevity, of course including adults as well. I am studied in the Bel Canto technique and have prepared many students for auditions, contests, and festivals. The techniques for singing that I use are to create a sound, healthy, and free voice. Hope to study along side you!
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Amber S. January 28, 2017
Verified Student · Singing · In studio
Great person to work with !!!!
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Jasmine P. June 9, 2016
Verified Student · Singing · In studio
Adam has a lot of passion for teaching students to find themselves and shine. As a parent, I would recommend Adam to anyone. My daughter is disecting and hearing the vowels to get better. Adam thank you for a great experience and more to come!
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Glen May 22, 2016
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Adam is great to work with and heaven sent!!!!!!! He is so kind and encouraging and very professional all at the same time.
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Aria T.

Aria T.

Saint Louis, MO 63109
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About Justine L.

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Fenton, MO
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I have experience tutoring most school subjects ranging from 8th grade to early college. I work with students to find their unique learning style, discover strengths, and improve in other areas. Inste
ad of only working through problems, I develop study skills and organization skills with the students if needed. I have experience tutoring students with special needs as well.

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-Double majored in Forensic Science and Insect Science
-Minored in Philosophy
-I took the ACT twice and improved my score by 8 points. I excelled in the English and Reading portions of the exam.
-I was homeschooled, so I enjoy and encourage learning outside of the traditional classroom. I read a lot of literature, and have taken a wide variety of classes.
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Justine L.

Fenton, MO 63026
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Hazelwood, MO

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My name is Monica Jones and I have a certification in Early Childhood Education and a Masters in Education. I have taught Kindergarten and PRE-K. I taught Kindergarten in a Charter School and St. Lou
is Public School. I currently teach PRE-K at Ladue School District. I love teaching children how to read and write. I can also teach basic Math facts. Teaching is my passion and is a reward within it's self. My students meet their personal goals in a timely matter and gain self-confidence.
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Monica J.

Monica J.

Hazelwood, MO 63042
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Saint Louis, MO
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I am a very easy going guy, friendly and not 'stiff'.
I am unusually versatile, able to work at any level and with any student.
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paul H.

Saint Louis, MO 63131
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$20 / 30-min

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