Traditional Study for Children through Adults
Promotes healthy use of your instrument
Whether you are a beginner, solo singer, member of a choir, or would like to participate in your school’s musical, our private voice lesson program is wonderful for aspiring/developing singers and their individual goals. Our voice program is designed to increase vocal flexibility and range and develop beautiful tone that will last a lifetime.
Students will advance musically, learn to sing at sight and train their ear. The material used in our sessions is specifically based on age and each student’s particular stage of advancement. Lessons include proper technique instruction, relaxed breathing, posture, and diction/vowel formation, as well as clarity of speech, economy of breath, and proper articulation. Focus on proper breathing technique helps reduce stress and relaxes the performer, developing confidence in both musical performances and other areas (such as public speaking, etc.).
Our voice ensemble program is designed to help students learn about vocal color, harmony, and blend. Built into the private lesson program, it encourages students to work together as a team building camaraderie, confidence, and a supportive attitude towards other singers. Since it is a smaller scale than singing in a choir, students are able to use their solo voices in a free and healthy manner while blending with others.
Recommended session duration:
Young Children ages 5-7 and Beginning Adults: 30/45 minutes, Youth ages 8-14: 45 minutes, High School Students/Advancing Adults: 45/60 minutes.
What age should students begin voice lessons?
The right age to start music lessons is when the child starts to show an interest in music. In the past, there was a misconception that teaching children’s voices was dangerous. Our lessons for children are designed to keep unchanged treble voices healthy by staying within a child’s natural range and lung capacity and focusing on healthy head voice singing, relaxed breathing, appropriate repertoire, music reading skills and ear training. Vocal training can greatly benefit students experiencing challenges with shyness and stage fright, and may help students with special needs.