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Barbara Scanlon
4292 Hillside Drive, Ann Arbor MI, 48105
Instruments: Voice
Styles: Classical, Kids, Other
Levels: Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced
Experience: 7 years
Rate: $40 / hr
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Personal Statement
 
Developing and maintaining a healthy vocal technique is a lifelong pursuit. Techniques learned from many vocal instructors and coaches deserve to be passed on to the next generation of singers. Ms. Scanlon uses her lifetime of study and performance to provide comprehensive feedback and examples for her students. Ms. Scanlon has completed Level III certification in the Somatic Voicework™ The LoVetri Method, which draws from voice science and medicine as well as traditional classical vocal training. Ms. Scanlon tailors her instructions to fit her students' vocal needs, performance goals and musical development. Ms. Scanlon is currently accepting new students in her vocal studio. She is also teaching voice class at Eastern Michigan University while completing a Master's degree in Vocal Performance. She is a member of the National Association of Teachers of Singing (NATS).
 


 

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