Graham Vocal & Instrumental Lessons

Graham Vocal & Instrumental Lessons

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About this pro

I am a current musician and performer around the Twin Cities area. I work in the field I teach in, which I think is very important. I am connected to various youth theatres and musical programs, and can help students with auditions through coaching and informing them of the possibilities around the area. 

I also have a background in improv and clowning, which gives me the ability to adapt to various students and connect with them wherever they are coming from.

I love seeing someone get excited about music! It's something I love, and I enjoy being a part of the moment when a student makes that connection. I love learning new ways to approach the subject through interactions with students and new points of view. And I love the silliness and amazing process of learning something new. It can be scary, it can be weird, but it's a brilliant journey to get to share with someone.

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Minneapolis, MN 55408
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2 Reviews


  • Sherryl Bandt

    Such a patient teacher!

  • Cassie Liberkowski

    Very professional and adaptive to the needs of the student. They made me feel comfortable enough to explore my voice in a way I had never done before and would often adapt the lessons to how well I was doing, versus if there was something I needed to spend more time on. At no point did I feel any sense of judgement or that I needed to be better than what I was. They made me feel it was ok to be where I was at with my skills and technique and that even when I didn’t seemed to be progressing, they reminded me it was just a plateau and there’s was forward movement. I felt comfortable and confident in growing as a singing under their teaching.

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What is your typical process for working with a new student?

I begin with a conversation and set of questions to see what the student is looking for. A few example questions:

-What style are they interested in (pop, classical, musical theatre, etc.?)

-What is their background in voice, if any?

-Why are they interested in learning voice? What makes them the most excited? The most nervous?

What education and/or training do you have that relates to your work?

B.A. Theatre & Music Minor, University of MN Duluth, 2016

Graduated cum laude

Opera performance experience in Duluth & Minneapolis

Mixed Precipitation's Picnic Operetta: La Clemenza do Tito

Vocal study, opera studio, and master classes at University of MN Duluth

Musical Theatre performance in Duluth & Minneapolis

 Have performed with Concert Band, University Singers, Orchestra, pits for various musicals; and currently play flute and sing in a folk band.

Do you have a standard pricing system for your lessons? If so, please share the details here.

My standard is 25/half hour & 50/hour

I have some flexibility based on income need and situation; please reach out and we'll work something out.

What types of students have you worked with?

Holy Rosary School, Duluth, MN: K - 8th grade (2016-2017)

Twin Cities German Immersion School, St. Paul, MN: 6th-8th (2018-2019)

Teaching acting, improv,  and musical theatre camps and classes: ages 4-18

Private Lessons (vocal & instrumental, as well as audition coaching): 5 - adult

Take Kwon Do: ages 4 - adult

General music, Band, and vocal directing: ages 10-adult