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What options do I have for taking lessons on LoveMusicLearning.com?

Currently, there are 3 options for lessons: Online lessons via Skype, Facetime, etc. Video submission lessons In-person lessons Online Lessons: This is where we schedule a time during the week to meet via videoconferencing software like Skype, Facetime, etc. to conduct lessons. Online lessons can be regular, weekly lesson times, or variable if needed Video

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How much voice practicing should I be doing?

For voice students, a lot depends on where in their development they are starting, their overall health, and what level of repertoire they are learning. Most beginners should do 15-30 minutes a day, consisting of vocalises (vocal warm-ups) and work on songs. If a student is not feeling well, especially if they do not have

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What is your philosophy on teaching voice?

I believe that everyone can learn to sing and learn to sing better. I teach a classical singing technique based on the physiology of the voice. I believe that understanding how the voice and its components work help the teacher direct a student to the correct sound. If someone uses their voice the way it

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Why take voice lessons?

Some people believe that either you can sing, or you cannot. But no one would assume that someone would be able to play football without being taught the rules of the game, how to throw the ball, how to tackle, etc. Of course, there are those with natural talent, and those who have a wonderful

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