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Mariah Holmes




06 Oct 1994

HIYA! My name is Mariah. Riah for short, if you don't want it tall. ;)

I am pretty easy to get along with. I am verry friendly and open. I enjoy the nice people at the Supermarket and Burger King! :D

I love love love music. I grew up on it and it's such a big part of meMore saduisahduiash dsau

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_riah_ asked:

20 Mar 2010

Vocal Lessons?

Has anyone taken them? What were they like and did you enjoy them? Did they help you out?

I'm considering taking them :)

Thanks ladies!





papops123 says:

Posted on 21 Mar 2010

I took them because i was singing a song for my school at a fundraiser , but i only needed help with that song. and my friends forced me to do it ;) so.. i dont realy like singing so i didnt like it but it really did help. if u enjoy singing i would try it


jwlover4ev says:

Posted on 21 Mar 2010

Yeah, my brother does voice lessons and they have really helped. He likes to go too, but i guess it depends on the instructor.


barbipixi says:

Posted on 22 Mar 2010

if you like to sing! do it! lol


lorii_grace says:

Posted on 22 Mar 2010

YES. I have taken them since I was in grade 5..

You can either take lessons from a classical teacher or a more contemporary teacher. I take classical, in fact my teacher right now specializes in operetta/opera and she works with the Edmonton symphony orchestra/alberta college conservatory of music.

From experience, I can honestly say that training with a classical teacher is better because the repertoire is more challenging and builds your voice more, plus you can throw in both musical theatre and contemporary pieces if you really want to.

Usually the first year you sort of dread, the second year you adjust to it more and begin to practice more, and by the third year you just fall in love with it and are just obsessed with singing. xD I would totally recommend vocal lessons.

so yuhh.. .good luck, i guess? ;P


lorii_grace says:

Posted on 22 Mar 2010

oh ye, also, if you go classical you can take exams (just like in piano) festivals, competitions, etc... and you can get high school credits for the exams you take if they're legit... also looks great on university applications and similar things. (:

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