Music has always been and will always be what I live for.(Cliche, I know, but true!)
With music, it is an art I love to share with others. The voice specifically is the most personal vehicle to share such a beautiful art.
As one who was previously an instrumentalist, I was once very cynicle of voice as an art and I had strong opinions about teaching the art.
Taking voice lessons changed my life. I am now a music major at UCLA concentrating on vocal performance and aspire to be both an opera singer and choral singer.
I've taken a class in vocal pedegogy with a well renouned teacher, have worked with many teachers myself and have taught voice to fellow UCLA students.
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Each students experience is personally tailored around ones vocal aspirations and needs. Once those needs are addressed, I assess the voice and what needs to be done to accomplish the students aspirations and needs.
I am a music major at UCLA with a concentration in vocal performance. There I study classical voice under a well renound teacher. In the past, i've studied musical theater and pop as well with masters in the field.
I've also given lessons to children at a creative arts camp in the summer.
20$ per hour (+travel or studio expenses if I travel to you or rent a studio)
This past year I took a vocal pedegogy course and since then I've had regular students.
Students ranging from 6-21. Any genre from classical to broadway to pop.
A voice teacher is not simply a teacher, but because of the personal nature of the instrument, they are someone to guide you on a journey.
What do you want as a result from voice lessons?
Why do you want to learn voice as an art?
Do you want to learn to sing a variety of genres or a specific genre?
Why do you sing?