Kristen Fallon

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Name: Kristen Fallon
Date registered: March 10, 2011
AIM: 13215 Sunset Point Way

Latest posts

  1. New Cover- I’m low on gas — April 20, 2015
  2. Student’s Music Video — September 25, 2014
  3. Studio Updates and Changes 2014-2015 — August 14, 2014
  4. Graduation! — March 14, 2013
  5. Website Additions! — March 14, 2013

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New Cover- I’m low on gas

Check out my student’s cover of I’m low on gas and you need a jacket.  Sara did a wonderful job arranging and recording this song.  Hope you enjoy! Cover- I’m low on gas


Student’s Music Video

Check out my student’s music video “Eyes on me”. The members of Sun Chased have taken lessons with me in the past, and currently. They are working on their first album. This single shows hints of what is to come. Please enjoy, and share! -Kristen Barrett


Studio Updates and Changes 2014-2015

Hello Students! Please take a moment to read the following links regarding Studio Updates and Changes for this upcoming fall! Lesson Policy Updates: Slight changes regarding pricing, group lessons, and attendance. Updates and Changes: Group lessons, Online seminars, Snack bar, Music money, Recitals, Songwriting opportunities, New location, Group lesson schedule for September 2014. Recital Dates 2014-2015: …

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Hello everyone, I wanted to update you on my status as a Masters student of Boston University. This March I completed my final course for my Masters in Music Education. I officially graduate in May, 2013, but as of now I have completed all of my requirements. This program has inspired many changes to my …

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Website Additions!

I am happy to announce that I have created some new additions to the website! I hope these additions will aid students in their practice and encourage others to participate in making music! The first addition is a Music Exercises page. Within this page you can view music theory exercises and vocal exercises for beginning …

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Private Vocal Lessons: A Curriculum

    Introduction The curriculum will focus on the individual needs of students (Froehlich, 2006).  Focusing on a student’s individual learning preference is one of the main aspects of critical pedagogy (Abrahams, 1997).  Teachers using this curriculum will plan a series of musical activities that are unique to each student.  This follows McCarthy’s (2000) belief …

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Blog Posts

Hello students and website visitors, I have been researching new ideas for music education for my Masters in Music Education. Through my research I realized that perhaps my students, or other music lovers would be interested in my findings. My newest blog posts are compilations of interesting musical research that I have completed. Topics include …

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Effects of Vocal Improvisation Exercises on Creativity of Amateur Vocalists in Private Classrooms

  Effects of Vocal Improvisation Exercises on Creativity of Amateur Vocalists in Private Classrooms   Introduction It is important for vocal teachers to help students achieve their singing goals. Through my own experience and through speaking with other vocal teachers an interesting problem emerged. Many amateur vocal students do not create their own unique vocal …

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Blues Lessons

Check out this blues website I have created. It is based off a project for my masters degree program. Let me know what you think, and if you would be interested in taking an online course similar to this…


New Blog Entry

The newest blog entry is an exploration of poor pitch singing (or tone deafness). It presents information from academic sources pertaining to this topic. Please enjoy!

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