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Celia Miller
West Street , Northampton MA, 01060
Instruments: Composition, Ear Training, Guitar, Piano, Theory, Voice
Styles: Jazz, Folk - Country - Bluegrass, Rock - Alternative, Blues, Kids, Electronic, Other
Levels: Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced
Experience: 11 years
Rate: $50 / hr
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Personal Statement
 
I am the only certified Speech Level Singing teacher in Western Mass, and a proven ally for recording/performing artists or individuals who sing simply for personal growth and enjoyment. I am committed to bringing every singer of all ages, styles and experience to the highest level of performance and musicianship. My objective with each singer is that they become fully acquainted with the mechanics of their instrument, understand the tools for improved coordination, and are free to express themselves soulfully using their entire vocal range. You will experience your voice in a whole new way in your first lesson, and you will leave every lesson with new material to further develop and challenge your voice.
 


 

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