Singing major scales and learning how to match your singing voice to the notes on the guitar.
*** Travel Equipment *** I provide a guitar, and my basic music theory, singing, and songwriting teaching skills *** Specialties *** - vocal projection - voice tonal pitch training - ear training - melody making - harmonizing - chord progressions - identifying the key of a song - basic major/minor scale training - chord making (1-3-5), major/minor/7, etc
Soprano Rachel has been capturing audiences with her warm soaring tone, dynamic stage presence, and earnest performances. A native of Stockton, California, Rachel was born into a musical family and quickly developed an affinity for the performing arts. She first fell in love with classical music as an oboist and gradually found her niche as a singer through her passion for languages, literature, and theater. In the fall of 2012, she relocated to Connecticut where she continues to be an active performer of opera, oratorio, art song, crossover, and new music. She holds a Master of Music degree from the University of Northern Colorado and a Bachelor of Music degree from San Jose State University. Ms. Abrams has been featured by Hartford Opera Theater as Mrs. Nordstrom in A Little Night ...
I am a certified Vocal Instructor in the Institute for Vocal Advancement or 'IVA'. It is an institution that focuses on giving teachers the knowledge and tools to allow their students to sing from the bottom to the top of their voice with health, ease, balance, strength and tone quality in all genres of music. In this organization all teachers have to accomplish education hours, classes and testing each year to remain certified and advance in the instructor levels. I apply every bit of this knowledge to all of my student's and their lessons. The technique I am trained in works miracles and shows results after just one lesson!
I have enjoyed the stage and the thrill of entertaining since I was a child. I have been in numerous productions, including Las Vegas Academy's Sweeney Todd starring as Mrs. Lovett, which was selected as a highlighted show at the National Thespian Conference, Cats as Pouncival, Little Women as Marmee, National Thespians Hairspray as Prudy, Super Summer Theatres Annie as Pepper, and many more! I have also done work as a recording studio vocalist and corporate performer on the Las Vegas Strip. I have been studying voice with the famed Jeffrey Skouson for the past decade and continue to study teaching with him as well. I have received performance training from many different sources including Professional Broadway Performers, Famed Acting Coaches, Vocal Stylizing Coaches to the
I have been singing for many years. Our lessons will teach you how to breathe correctly , singing exercises and scales, and locating your
I was interested in playing the guitar way back in 1964! Upon hearing the Beatles my dad bought me a Ukelele. The ukelele never got played but a friend gave me an old Sears Silvertone guitar when I was 11. Because I never took lessons I didn't know what a chord was. I finally started playing seriously in high school and formed a band. Upon graduating high school and after a year at the University of Connecticut, I attended the Hartford Conservatory where I received my associates degree in Jazz and Improvisation. I majored in guitar. I have studied with Tony Purrone, Dave Santoro. and Steve Famighlietti. I owned a music store from 1993 -2009. I have written and recorded songs that have received airplay in Connecticut and I have performed with Chris Tofield, Jimmy Griswold and ...
I have been learning how to sing ever since I was young. As for teaching it, I have only been doing it since 2012, but I have grown to understand the in and outs of singing, including body placement and ear training, melody and harmony and how all of it interconnects. My goals are to teach the student in question what they are willing to learn and I am the type of teacher who is open to all matters of approaches to help the student learn the desired lesson. However, I am not a classical teacher.
Hi there, my name is Kyle H. I graduated from the Vocal Jazz Department at Massachusetts, Amherst last spring and now I am the music director and arranger of a Northampton A Cappella group called the Green Street Brew. While I have a deep musical background that ranges from composition and arranging to ear training and music performance, I also have good knowledge of mathematics and creative writing. I hope I can be the teacher you're looking for.
Students can expect a detailed approach to bel canto technique from a young singer fresh out of a Mediterranean opera program. As someone who is learning every day how to better her technique, I can understand and recognize the struggles of young singers (particularly female) as well as how to fix them. I would provide constructive feedback through a very optimistic and informative lens so that the lessons would feel laid-back but with a hard drive towards becoming a better musician.
Hi! My name is Hannah Glick and I'm a rising junior at Gettysburg College in Pennsylvania. However, I was raised in Longmeadow, Massachusetts and live there in the summer. I'm pursuing a Bachelor degree in Music and would love to teach students (likely middle and high school age) about vocal technique. Also being a violist and a skilled writer, I would love to offer lessons in viola and various forms of English tutoring, along with basic math and test prep skills.
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