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Brooklyn Singing Lessons

Vocalpedia, LLC

Vocalpedia, LLC

5.0 15 Reviews
I teach classical or popular voice technique. You can hear me sing here:  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OMI3AXicYIQ&list=PLF0NxDGcWq2MR5-mOS878K0N5M94D3ncc I have a Bachelor of Music in Voice Perfomance from the Puerto Rico Conservatory of Music and a Master of Music in Opera Perfomance degree from The Curtis Institute. I used to hold a position as a Lecturer in Puerto Rico Conservatory of Music until I moved to San Diego, CA. I also travel the states giving seminars about voice technique. I have been a professional singer for more than 25 years and I have taught singing for more than 15 years! I just want to pour all my experience ... View Profile
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Matt Patrick Walsh Music Studio

Matt Patrick Walsh Music Studio

5.0 13 Reviews
www.mattpatrickwalsh.com I am a music teacher with a very eclectic background. I am a musical theatre composer, but I also have experience performing as a guitarist, vocalist, bassist, pianist, and percussionist in various bands (many different genres of music). I have a Bachelor's Degree in Musical Theatre. I completed the BMI Musical Theatre Writing Workshop. I also am a graduate of the Hunter College Music Education Program. I offer private instruction on: - the guitar - voice - the piano - the electric bass - various percussion (drum kit, djembe) - ukulele - fun instruments (kazoo, harmonica) - songwriting I can also offer: - vocal coach ... View Profile
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Peter Mark - Manhattan, NY

Peter Mark - Manhattan, NY

5.0 12 Reviews
Having sung myself onstage with the great singers at the MET, and chosen, coached, and conducted hundreds of singers for over 4 decades at Virginia Opera -- where I am Artistic Director Emeritus -- I really know how to work quickly and effectively with singers to get their voices to ring freely and to communicate expressively and musically. QUICKLY and SUCCESSFULLY! Peter Mark’s powerful skill set draws from a varied and comprehensive experience in opera. As Founding General and Artistic Director of Virginia Opera he conducted and mentored young singers  -- many  who have become world renowned stars like Renee Fleming, Di ... View Profile
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Cathy Lawrence: Voice And Singing-Acting Training

Cathy Lawrence: Voice And Singing-Acting Training

5.0 5 Reviews
Voice Training My approach is based on forty years of experience as a singer and teacher of many different styles, from Broadway, opera, and pop to folk, contemporary, and rock. I have a Master's Degree in Voice and Opera from the Mannes College of Music/The New School. In addition to teaching classical technique for opera and recital singers, I teach (to give some examples) rock singers to preserve their vocal health, and classical singers to cross over to contemporary commercial styles. Opera singers find increased power, freedom, and expressiveness, and reduced effort. I work with singer-songwriters to find the  expressive power and i ... View Profile
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Studio Of Julia Radosz

Studio Of Julia Radosz

5.0 4 Reviews
Learn to sing beautifully. Build a healthy, lasting vocal technique.   Communicate emotion with a free voice. With over 10 years of experience teaching a wide variety of levels and styles, Julia Radosz is a skilled and encouraging teacher. She imparts precise technique and helps each student create their individual sound. Her students are performing as leads in musicals, auditioning on and off broadway, receiving vocal scholarships for college, and playing gigs with bands both locally and nationwide. Whether you are new to singing or a seasoned performer, we can work together towards discovering your ultimat ... View Profile
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Mary Feinsinger Music

Mary Feinsinger Music

5.0 4 Reviews
Mary Feinsinger has  a Master’s Degree in Voice from The Juilliard School. She has taught professionally for over 25 years, and specializes in the pedagogy of popular vocal technique and styles.  Her eclectic, individualized approach to vocal instruction reflects her wide-ranging experience as performer and music director. She has extensive experience in teaching opera, and  applies classical breathing techniques to other singing styles:  rock, pop, musical theatre belt and legit and offers intensive work on smoothing vocal registers. She is an accomplished vocal coach and choral director, and offers intensive dictio ... View Profile
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Take Note Lessons

Take Note Lessons

5.0 4 Reviews
I have been teaching for over 10 years. I teach privately full-time and run my own company. I personally hire other enthusiastic and experienced music teachers to work with me. I believe learning music should be fun. While it also takes hard work and dedication, a student must first enjoy music in order to continue and progress. My teachers and I incorporate well-known songs into lessons so that students can relate to what they are learning. We also use many of our own games and worksheets to keep students engaged at all times. We offer many different types of lessons including voice, piano, guitar, and songwriting.  ... View Profile
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Voice Lessons By Soprano Christine Moore

Voice Lessons By Soprano Christine Moore

5.0 4 Reviews
I have a Bachelor of Music in Voice from Manhattan School of Music in NYC. Further training included the Tanglewood Music Center in MA, the Mozarteum in Salzburg, as well as apprenticeships with the Santa Fe Opera and the Central City Opera. I made my European debut with the Aldeburgh Fall Festival and my German operatic debut with the Leipzig Opera. As a teacher, aside from my private studio, I was a faculty member at the Brooklyn Conservatory of Music for 14 years, vocal chamber music faculty with the Alaria Ensemble at Mannes Evening Division, Vocal Faculty at the Narnia Summer Music Academy in Italy and am currently the director of the su ... View Profile
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The Vocal Doctor

The Vocal Doctor

5.0 4 Reviews
I turn the average person into singers and artist. I also do artist development. I can teach anyone to sing in a very short time! Breathing,character,diaphragm etc. There is nothing wrong with your ear. I teach you to use your diaphragm to sing to the top of the note, train to push to your notes!
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Grace Music Studio NY

Grace Music Studio NY

5.0 3 Reviews
Always wanted to learn to sing or play Piano? 2017 is your year! I have developed a holistic approach that makes singing or playing powerfully easy for Adults and kids even if you've never had a lesson or you think you're not musical. My methods have worked for everyone from tone-deaf students to kids to professional musicians who are already working in the industry. Making music should be about joy and it's for everyone!!  Check out my main site  gracemusicstudiony dot com I have two masters degrees in Vocal Performance (which included Piano) and Acting from The London Academy of Music and Dramatic Art and Brookly College. I have ... View Profile
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Tessa Romano, Mezzo-soprano

Tessa Romano, Mezzo-soprano

5.0 3 Reviews
I have been singing since I was 11 years old, and recently finished a doctorate of musical arts in vocal performance and pedagogy at the University of Colorado Boulder. Singing and teaching singing have been my career for my entire life, and they are what I absolutely love to do. I have taught singers ranging in genres from opera to musical theater to pop to jazz to North and South Indian classical. I have assisted in rehabilitating singers from vocal injury. I have worked with gender queer singers on testosterone therapy to maintain the singing voice during periods of heavy vocal change. I am passionate about tailoring my teaching to each st ... View Profile
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Sound Of Singing Voice Studio

Sound Of Singing Voice Studio

5.0 3 Reviews
I am an internationally recognized expert in training singers in all vocal styles (Musical Theatre, Commercial Styles and Classical) and an active professional singer.  I have performed in the many of the world's most prestigious theatres and concert halls.  I am co-founder of the Contemporary Commercial Music Vocal Pedagogy Institute and am also on faculty at Shenandoah University.  I was a Master Teacher for the National Association of Teachers of Singing Intern Program.  My students can be heard on Grammy Recordings, in Movies, on/off Broadway, National and International Tours, Regional Theatre, TV (including The V ... View Profile
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Shavit Prince Music

Shavit Prince Music

5.0 3 Reviews
My name is Shavit Prince. I am a musician, composer, singer, graduated from The New School for Jazz and Contemporary Music in NY. I started teaching music- voice, reading (solfage), ear-training and the Connection between a song and the singer, when I was 16. I was working in a conservatory and every year or every few month, I had a group of young girls (years 11-18). They came to class together or alone and we worked on what they needed at the time. A few needed help of how to reach a song and how to connect to it, some of them didn't know how to read music notes and needed me to work with them on the music background, some of them wanted to ... View Profile
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Suzanne Vivino Voice Studio

Suzanne Vivino Voice Studio

5.0 3 Reviews
Individual attention is given to each student on a one-to-one basis.  Suzanne Vivino LOVES teaching, and watching each student grow, a most rewarding experience. Check my website to see some studio comments! www.suzannevivino.weebly.com
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Edvy Vocal Studio

Edvy Vocal Studio

5.0 2 Reviews
Many singing techniques focus on a muscular approach and seem to produce a limited outcome. That is why often times, singers become overwhelmed with traditional concepts such as; “sing from your diaphragm” or “breath with books on your belly.” Modern science has proven these theories to be outdated.  We now know that the diaphragm does not receive signals from the brain during exhalation, so methods like these sell the singer short of their true potential.  Edvy’s Vocal Studio was developed to strengthen singers’ mind-body connection, through various techniques and methods, all of which were creat ... View Profile
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Richard's Music Lessons! Complete Studio Equipment!

Richard's Music Lessons! Complete Studio Equipment!

5.0 2 Reviews
My name is Richard, I have been teaching, piano, guitar, voice, opera, music theory, music performance, singing, drums, for more then 25 years. I have my own studio with all you need to study and become the best musician you can be, or I can travel to you!. - Music is a universal language of its own. I teach from 6 - 70 years of age. I also teach special educational techniques for students with a disability. Feel free to give me a call! "Lets create beautiful Music together" - "KEEP A SMILE ON YOUR FACE AND A SONG IN YOUR HEART, AND THE WORLD WILL SING IT'S BEAUTIFUL SONG!" I am a certified Music Teacher, as well as a certified Music Therapi ... View Profile
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Eric Jayk Teaching Studio

Eric Jayk Teaching Studio

5.0 2 Reviews
I'm lead vocalist, lead guitarist & songwriter for a well-known touring rock band with a worldwide fan base and over 3 million youtube views. I graduated from New York University with Bachelor's of Music in jazz guitar, and am currently teaching around 50 lessons a week to students ranging in ability from beginner to professional. My versatility, experience and formal training helps me to make the learning experience easy, stress free and fun.Currently, I play in 3 active bands gigging regularly & produce artists for their own projects. I spent much of the past 15 years touring, writing and recording for my bands and with internationa ... View Profile
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Hannah Reimann Innovations, Inc.

Hannah Reimann Innovations, Inc.

5.0 2 Reviews
With over 25 years of teaching experience from a young age, Hannah Reimann combines her creative career of performing, writing, composing and filmmaking with producing concerts for her students ages 3-18 and nurturing vocal and piano students of all ages in their unique gifts and goals. Trained as a Classical Pianist from age 5, first singing when she was a toddler before becoming a multi-genre artist of both instruments, she understands the needs and of today's music students experientially while instilling a sense of discipline her teachers gave to her. As an official Steinway & Sons Educational Partner and member of the Leschetizky Ass ... View Profile
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Solvita's Music Lessons

Solvita's Music Lessons

5.0 1 Review
I am voice teacher. I love my job and I want to share my talent with others! I worked in the Music College of Latvia. I sing as well,I had masterclass expiernce. If you are ready to begin, call me and let me know asap!
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Erik Geisen-Music Foundation

Erik Geisen-Music Foundation

5.0 1 Review
Highly skilled voice building and the relieving of vocal disruption and range difficulties.  For all types of singing styles.
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O. DiBella Music, Inc.

O. DiBella Music, Inc.

5.0 1 Review
O. DiBella Music is a 107 year old musical instrument retailer that is in its third generation as a family business. Our knowledgable sales team and superb teaching staff are ummatched. Our service stands out because we consistantly go above and beyond to satisfy our customers.
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Julie Holtzman Holistic Joyful Lessons.

Julie Holtzman Holistic Joyful Lessons.

5.0 1 Review
Juilliard grad.  w/ famed teacher, ROSINA LHEVINNE. Concert Pianist  . Played from Carnegie Hall to CHINA!   also a JAZZWOMAN ..Pianist/ Teacher/Arranger/ Songwriter/ Lyricist/ Singer in 9 Langs. Jazz, Cabaret, Brazilian , Blues , Originals.  GERSHWIN Specialist. also BACH, MOZART, DEBUSSY, et al.... Prep for Auditions.  I teach Holistically.... (mind/body connection). incorporate Alexander Technique . ... View Profile
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Forever Music Lessons And Recording Studios

Forever Music Lessons And Recording Studios

5.0 1 Review
We provide our students with the opportunity to join one of the most effective and comprehensive music instruction and audio engineering programs available on Long Island. We also offer NYSSMA coaching, band coaching, studio time and more!
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Northline Music

Northline Music

5.0 1 Review
We teach you how to connect to your voice and your style. We are all given an instrument at birth and too many of us think that singing is NOT a learned skill - but it is! At Northline we approach singing as a learned skill, your voice is something you simultaneously build and learn to play, unlike another instrument  you can't go to the store and get a better version, you have to work on yourself to get the upgrade, and you have to stay close to your instinct to make sound, so you stay true to yourself. We can help you sound the way you WANT to sound, and still keep you connected to the core of YOUR individual and un ... View Profile
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Krowne Vocal School NYC

Krowne Vocal School NYC

5.0 1 Review
For almost a decade, the spot-on tools of Krowne Vocal Technique™ have helped professional recording & performing artists to reach and maintain the highest vocal and musical standards - while providing an empowering, structured, and healthy approach to learn singing for complete beginners. 
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Guitar Instructor At Van Martin Entertainment

Guitar Instructor At Van Martin Entertainment

5.0 1 Review
Productions. A full-scale entertainment company providing talent worldwide, we represent top name artists, character actors, variety acts, musical groups, stage shows and revues. In addition, we always have fresh new acts, illusionists, hypnotists, contortionists, fire-eaters and more. For parties and corporate events, please check out our custom written Murder Mystery package or the incredible team building event, the Treasure Hunt, the perfect tool for special corporate needs ... View Profile
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Jayjay Lozano Music Lessons

Jayjay Lozano Music Lessons

4.0 1 Review
My service aims to make the student versatile and musically fluent in communication. I've been teaching privately for 10 years now.
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Hands Up Entertanment Inc.

Hands Up Entertanment Inc.

5.0 1 Review
Hi! My name is Nikiya and I am a professional singer/pianist/songwriter/composer. I am a dynamic, passionate and cutting edge instructor who loves to share all that I know with my students! Coming from a musical background, I was trained in classical music at age 5. While attending the Brooklyn Conservatory of Music in New York, I trained in a variety of genres. By 12 years old, I started a small business and began teaching friends, family and neighbors. At an early age, I discovered I possessed a talent in teaching and have been teaching ever since via in home/school/studio/groups/online. With over 20 years of experience as a performer and t ... View Profile
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Lyric Voice Studio Of Montclair

Lyric Voice Studio Of Montclair

5.0 1 Review
Do you love to sing? Would you like to sing with confidence and ease? Do you want to find your own best voice? I'm Genya Muzyczka, a classically trained singer, and an experienced, dynamic voice teacher whose nurturing, individualized teaching method will build your voice and your confidence whether you sing on the stage . . . or in the shower. I have a voice studio in Montclair, NJ, where I teach healthy singing technique that can be applied to any style of music, ranging from classical and musical theater to alternative rock and blues. My mission is to make it possible for each student find to his or her own clear and unique voice. Using vo ... View Profile
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Rebel Rose Music Studio

Rebel Rose Music Studio

5.0 1 Review
Elaine (Mary) Akins is a Graduate of CUNY with a Bachelor of Science degree in Applied Music, Elaine is a professional Pianist, Vocalist, Guitarist Music Teacher as well as a Songwriter and Performer. Elaine has taught at New York City Public Schools and La Guardia College, studied Music Performance at CW Post College, Greenvale Long Island as well as at Touro College for a Master’s degree for Special Education. Elaine has been teaching privately for twenty five years of piano, guitar and vocal lessons children and adults from age 4 and up. Elaine believes in inspiring and motivation of her student’s creativity to train them to be ... View Profile
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Matt Patrick Walsh Music Studio

Matt Patrick Walsh · Brooklyn, NY


What or who inspired you to start teaching?

I have been teaching as a private music instructor since I was 13 years old. Ever since I was able to retain musical information I’ve been extremely enthusiastic about giving that knowledge to other aspiring musicians. I have worked with all ages from tots to senior citizens. I teach guitar, mandolin, bass, voice, percussion, piano, and ukulele. I go on a different musical adventure every single day with my studio!

Tell us about your passion for teaching

However, the most amazing experience I have ever had as a music instructor was actually in a classroom situation. I was hired to be the music teacher for the Lighthouse Guild summer program in midtown Manhattan. This was a very unique program that worked with visually impaired teenagers in a group setting. My job as the classroom music teacher was to develop a program that would foster creativity and enable my students to feel confident and independent with their musical selves.

I spent hours creating DIY percussion instruments for the students to use in class. I filled up soap containers with rice and empty taped-up glasses cases with beans. I even did a Facebook blast and borrowed as many drums as I could so that each student would be able to participate at the same time! About 90 minutes before my first day of work, I hopped on the F train with 4 suitcases filled with 7 African drums. I arrived to the Lighthouse Guild a sweaty, excited mess!

When the students entered my classroom on day one, I set up numerous djembes, darbukas, dununs, shakers, talking drums, and more in the center of the room. As they found their seated circle positions, we passed around instruments. I asked a student, John, "So what do you think of this shaker here?" He gave it a shake and responded confidently, "Eh, it's okay." I told him, "Exactly, you'd have to be a sucker to like one of these run-of-the mill shakers you can buy online. How about this one?" With a homemade soap container shaker, he gave it an emphatic shake and retorted, "Now, THIS one I like."

After our round robin activity, I handed out a drum to each student and taught a drum circle cue. I played a five note "knocking on the door" figure that required a two note response from the whole group. Whenever chatter ensued, I made sure to bang out the cue for all students to join me. I then explained the "heartbeat," "accents," and "lead" of a drum circle. I had all the students trade off, but we began with that nice, strong heartbeat.

Once we had established a clear beat, I came over and asked a girl, Natalie to play whatever she wanted. She responded, "Anything?" I confirmed. She wailed on her drum as loud as she could. I didn't tell her to stop. I just let her do it. After about five seconds of playing extremely loud, I noticed that she was done. I asked her, "Is that all you got?" The heartbeat continued. Another student called out, "Come on, Natalie!" She continued on at a lower dynamic. I was beside myself as I realized that she decided to switch dynamics. I usually have to tell teenagers, "Okay, that's a bit loud." But not these kids. She exhausted herself with all her loud notes and wanted to explore quieter dynamics. As she played softer, so did the entire ensemble. Then I played our "knocking" cue and everyone stopped. What I hoped was that Natalie would continue to improvise. And to my luck, she did! She continued to play without the assistance of the heartbeat.

After about twenty seconds of her improvising, the heartbeat began to rumble and come back in. This moment alone reaffirmed the reason that I love to teach. I am a facilitator of communication. Sure, that was a music class, but it turned into more than that. The students learned something else that day. They learned about camaraderie and how to trust one another. They taught me as well. Moments like this give me the satisfaction that a true music instructor craves!