Whether you're just starting to sing out of the shower...or you're an experienced singer...we have the right course for you
Feel more comfortable and enjoy expressing yourself with your singing voice! In this class, you’ll receive warm, supportive guidance, building camaraderie with fellow students and the teacher as we begin with a solid foundation in technique and then apply those basic ideas in guided group singing of classic songs. Topics covered include fundamentals of posture and breathing, vowels and consonants, resonance and tone, as well as basic principles of singing a song. We’ll craft an opening warm-up with exercises that will begin the development of your voice and then have fun using the skills we cover to sing songs.
When can my voice lessons begin?
How does scheduling work?
Monday through Saturday. All lessons are scheduled individually on those days. Call or email us with to find out immediate availability. You can also schedule online on our Contact US page
What is the Tuition and Costs?
There is a one-time non-refundable registration fee of $45 ($25 if you 'Like Us' on Facebook). Lesson packages are available in 30 min. and 1-hr increments. You can read all of our rates on our tuition page.
What if I am tone deaf or I have never had voice lessons or even sung before?
Anyone can learn to sing anytime. This is the one instrument we all have and although every voice is different, everyone can learn to use his or her own voice in their own unique way.
Do you offer professional vocal training as well?
Yes. We have students go on to gain acceptance to major collegiate music programs, professional musical shows, television roles, and popular bands.
Do I get to perform and must I participate in the performance opportunities?
We offer many opportunities for students to perform during the course of the year. Students have the option of performing but are not obligated to do so.
Do you offer Trial Lessons?
Yes! You do have the option to have a ONE TIME trial lesson with a teacher before committing to a longer term set of lessons.
How much should students practice?
It is very important to have daily practice so that the techniques learned in lessons are retained. Regularity is more valuable than duration, especially at the beginning of taking lessons. Practice time can range based on the level of the student from 15 minutes to 3 hours a day. Our teachers will work with students to come up and recommend a practice schedule for students.
Natural Breathing = HEATHY TECHNIQUE
There cannot be enough said about the importance of singing with proper vocal technique. Our vocal instructors will teach you the proper technique of singing and how to use your singing and speaking voice in a healthy and natural way. Voice lessons will teach you the proper breath support needed to optimize vocal potential in a way that will not damage your vocal folds. There are so many singers who try to affect their voice in order to mimic other singers and performers. This often causes serious damage to vocal chords particularly when the singer they were trying to copy wasn't singing correctly to begin with. We have several things that you will find make our voice lessons unique.
Voice & Piano Lessons - - - Together
We also offer the option for students to take piano lessons in addition to their voice lessons. Adults will find this useful because basic piano skills will enable them to accompany themselves while playing as well as with music theory and songwriting. Younger students will also find the piano lesson addition to be very valuable. Advanced vocal technique can't fully be addressed and taught unless the voice has matured so the technical portion of the lesson in younger children is limited. By learning to play an instrument simultaneously students get the opportunity to development musicianship and musical understanding in tandem with their vocal training. Besides, all of the modern observations about the benefits of learning music have been observed on those who were playing an instrument and reading notes....and who wouldn't want that for their child?
There is not a more powerful tool in building confidence than overcoming the fear of public performance and public speaking. Vocal lessons teach students to control and train their body to relax while performing. Anxiety and performance-induced stress often translates into bad vocal performances. Many singers find themselves great singers in smaller, informal settings - in the recording studio or even the shower - and often find it challenging or impossible to reproduce the same quality performance in front of a larger audience. Our teachers will teach you how to overcome this fear and to release your inner confidence and full musical potential.