Voice Lessons


What is a good age to start voice lessons?

As soon as they’re interested in singing. Young children can learn nursery rhymes or songs they’ve heard on the radio. Memorizing words, working on Rhythm and pitch are wonderful activities at a young age.

Can you help me sing higher?

Yes we have a number of singing exercises to help develop your voice. Over time as you discover how your voice works your range will extend.

I don’t think I can learn to sing, can I?

Yes you can. “Singing is just like talking only louder and longer and you make your voice go up and down.” -Buddy The Elf (Elf)

What styles do you teach in singing lessons?

We teach whatever you are interested in. Pop, Country, Jazz, Classical, Metal, R&B, Choir we’ll even teach you to rap. We encourage students to

branch out and expand their musical horizons by learning things you wouldn’t have necessarily chosen yourself.

How long should a singing lesson be?

The most productive voice lessons are one-hour singing lessons spent with sometime on voice and some time on an accompaniment instrument(guitar, piano). Learning an instrument is important because it will help you practice at home, give you a deeper understanding of music and fun to play and sing.

Can you teach me the ‘right’ way to sing? I don’t want to hurt my voice.

Your voice is a muscle and we will teach you how to use it. Oversinging, singing to loud, hard, for an extended period of time can cause you to lose your voice. It’s important to exercise and stretch your vocal muscle to prevent injury.

Vocal Subjects


Singing in Tune

Warm-up exercises







Ear Training(Aural Skills)


Sight Singing

Aural Recall

Copycat (emulation)

Listening to other singers.


Learning songs you enjoy

Applying techniques

Correct Diction

Playing and singing

Performance techniques