Interested in taking voice lessons? We have voice teachers that are trained to teach lessons to students of all ages, abilities, and skill levels. Our instructors will have you singing in no time!
Our voice instructors primarily focus on popular music. If you have always wanted to be a better rock, pop, country, jazz, gospel or R&B singer, then we have the right voice teacher for you. Voice students spend time each week doing physical exercises to improve their vocal range, ear training, breath control, vibrato, tone production, enunciation and more. All voice students set goals with their teacher to work on sounding like their favorite recording artists, or if they prefer, to develop their own unique voice.
We offer voice lessons to children and adults, and to students at all levels, beginner through advanced.
No matter where you are in your musical experience, our voice teachers can help you successfully reach your goals!
LEARN TO SING IN THE COMFORT OF YOUR OWN HOME!
Children (ages 6 and up): Most young children love to sing and voice lessons can be a great way to foster that love into a true talent. It is a good idea to take it slowly with young children though. Our voice teachers are very careful with young children making sure that they do not make too many demands on a child’s lung development.
Teenagers: Teens have numerous opportunities to show off their singing skills. Whether it’s singing in the school choir or musical production, performing in pageants and contests, YouTube, or simply belting it out in the shower, it has become even more important to make sure that you are singing properly and not developing any bad habits. Our vocal coaches will help you develop your tone, increase your range and learn the songs that you want to sing.
Adults: Whether you are an adult looking sing better at karaoke or trying to be the next American Idol, our skilled voice instructors can help you take your singing to the next level. We will listen to you and make sure your teacher fits the needs and goals you have.
A pitch reference is needed for vocal exercises. An electronic keyboard would suffice or a simple app on an iPad or smartphone can be used. Music materials are also helpful, but other vocal gear is optional.