Goals for students Students who take lessons for singing generally have a higher confidence level, improved posture, good projection, good stage presence and higher breath and vocal stamina. My personal goal for my students is that they learn safe technique and have fun while learning and developing their voice. Students of various ages and stages of life are all welcome. When it comes to musical style, I believe that you should sing what you love, but I will start you with a classical foundation to build up a good technique that you can take to sing with whatever styles you desire. If you have any questions, please feel free to send me an email and I will be more than happy to respond.

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  Person Valerie
  City Centralia , WA
  Zip Code 98531
  Address 113 S Tower Ave
  Phone Number (360) 474-7272

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Very important to be trained to protect your voice.
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Dealing with nerves is always hard, but I love how she sates it as not being arrogant, but being confident and prepared.
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