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Now that you've decided to take voice lessons, your next task will be to find a good teacher. At Encore Music Lessons it's our mission to connect voice students with great voice teachers.
Many very good musicians do not have formal university training. Some of these musicians can even be great teachers! However, a teacher with a higher education in music is more equipped to communicate musical information to students in a clear way.
f becoming a better singer is a goal of yours, give us a call. One of our friendly student counselors will be happy to answer your questions and put you in touch with a great voice teacher!
My kids have been taking lessons from Lindsay for about a year now, and I am so impressed with her as a music teacher. She does a great job of teaching both reading music and playing instruments that I wanted. She is kind, patient, reliable and individualizes her lessons for the child and even their moods. We feel very lucky to have her!!Gina - Little Neck, NY Teacher: Lindsay M.
About the Voice
A melisma occurs when a singer switches pitch while singing the same syllable. It is used heavily in baroque vocal music, as well as to a somewhat lesser extent in popular music.
Voice Teachers are Available in the Following Cities and Counties:
District Of Columbia