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Voice Lessons Charlotte, NC

Voice Lessons in
Charlotte, NC

Musika has been offering Charlotte Voice Lessons since 2001. Our voice teachers create customized lesson plans for each student, and help you bring music alive one note at a time!

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Featured Charlotte Voice Teachers

Alison H

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Alison has played the piano and keyboard since 1981, at the age of six.  She grew up studying classically in West Virginia, working with renowned instructors and performers in the state and competing in concerto and other competitions. She began to understand playing by ear as she studied theory in high school and then at university, and now is proficient at playing by ear, accompanying, and transposing, as well as having significant experience as a professional accompanist in many venues.  Her bachelor's degree is from Indiana University. She has been a professional musician since 1999, working as a choral composer, instrumental arranger, performer, accompanist, teacher, and worship director.    Alison's musical pursuits have been focused on performing and teaching as a pianist and vocalist for the last five years.  She has been the rehearsal accompanist and orchestra pianist for professional theater companies in the Midwest. She has provided event music for such varied clients as the Alzheimer's Association, Atos Origin, Inc., and Fidelity Insurance.  She has performed at the Cincinnati Music Hall and the Aronoff, art museums, and prestigious restaurants and conference centers.  She has also been recognized by clients and online for her ability to create the perfect atmosphere for a wedding ceremony. She also has had a thriving studio of piano and voice students of all ages.  

Raissa Z

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Music is my passion, and I want to share it with others. I believe music makes us better, smarter. There are proven studies that show that children who study music are smarter, happier and more successful in life. Regardless of age, studying and making music gives us cognitive, physiological, emotional and behavioral benefits. It is an effective tool for keeping our brain young and sharp, and out heart happy!

Amber M

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I have an extensive ensemble background including choir, wind band, marching band, horn quartet, competitive drum and bugle corps, and I have also had a few solo guitar, voice, and horn performances.  I am a general music teacher in public schools in Union County, and have been loving my job here for the last 4 years.  at my current school, I have established and direct my own student chorus, and I have happily held individual lessons for my chorus and band students after school.  Before this, I taught elementary school-age children in summer camp, was a lead teacher at a preschool for children ages 1-5, and taught solo French horn students from local high schools throughout my college career.  I have not yet had the opportunity to teach adults, although I think I would enjoy it, using my skills to break down the toughest musical passages into simple and easy-to-understand instruction.  I have a wonderful, supportive fiance' and a beautiful, talented daughter who turned a year old in February, and we are expecting our second child in August 2014.  We have two dogs and a cat, who all enjoy spending their days out in the sunshine.

Jamie W

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I am a violin and viola teacher in Charlotte, NC. I also teach voice and piano lessons with music theory, and all of my lessons incorporate music history, sight-reading, and ear-training. 

John H

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I graduated in 2011 from Appalachian State University with a Bachelorof Music in Voice Performacne and I continued my education at ASU and recieved my Masters of Music in Voice Performance in 2013. During both degrees, I performed mainstage roles such as Nemorino in Donizetti'sElixir of Love, the Witch in Humperdink's Hansel and Gretel, Bastienin Mozart's Bastien und Bastienne, and Gherardo in Puccini's GianniSchicchi, as well as performed solos with the Appalachian Chorale suchas Handel's Messiah and Mendelsohn's Elijah. In the summer of 2014, I participated in the New England Opera Intensive training program in Boston, MA where I sang roles in scenes from various operas. I amcurrently performing in the Opera Carolina chorus, working as a tenorsection leader in the Myers Park United Methodist choir and teachingprivately in the Charlotte area.
 
 

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Convenient

People are busy these days, we get that. So we work around your schedule, giving you the option of taking lessons right in the comfort of your own home.

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Risk-Free Trial Lesson

We stand behind our teachers. If you are not 100% satisfied with your trial lesson, the lesson is FREE. Go ahead give it a try, you really have nothing to lose.

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Musika Qualified Teachers

Our instructors have been hand-picked for their high standard of musical excellence & love of teaching.

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No Hidden Fees

We are straightforward folks here at Musika. You pay for lessons, that's it. Choose from our pay as you go monthly billing or opt for a set of lessons.

 

More Information About Voice Lessons

With a healthy body, you sing clearly and protect your vocal cords. Maintain a healthy body by eating a balanced diet, exercising and resting. Start with balanced meals. They should include whole grains, vegetables and fruits. Avoid sugary foods and drinks, and choose water instead. Exercise every day. Aerobic sports increase your body-™s fitness levels and improve your ability control your voice as you sing. Every night, sleep soundly when you stick to a relaxing bedtime routine and limit distractions. Finally, rest your voice. Speak softly and limit yelling. With these tips, you-™ll be able to maintain a healthy body and sing clearly.
Voice lessons in your home offer a convenient and practical way to master the art of singing. Voice lessons in your home require a piano or keyboard so that the teacher can use that to conduct your lessons. Whether you want to learn classical voice, jazz, pop, or musical theatre styles, our instructors can provide you instruction on what songs would suit your voice best.
During singing lessons, students of all abilities will learn and develop safe, effective vocal techniques that can be applied to a multitude of musical genres and styles. Students will learn how to properly warm their voices up by working through various exercises such as sirens, lip rolls and trills and vocalizing various vowel sounds along to different scales. Lessons will cover topics such as vocal physiology and how the voice works so that students understand what a particular exercise achieves. Students will learn how to increase and strengthen their vocal range by learning how to bridge and connect their voices through the vocal break or passagio and into the head voice. Students can also work on their tone and breath support, and start applying these various techniques to singing actual songs. Students will also learn things such as music theory, song interpretation and style development, and can prepare for gigs and auditions.
Have you always wanted to be a singer? You are never too old to learn how to sing or to become a better singer. Musika offers individualized adult voice lessons geared to your needs. Learn to sing Pop, Jazz or Classical music, or prepare for a national competition like American Idol or X-Factor. Expand your vocal range or learn how to choose songs that compliment your voice. No matter what your musical goals are, our professional instructors are here to help. We train you to become a better singer whether you-™ve just started singing now or have been singing since you were a child.
Taking voice lessons is one way your child can prepare for a reality singing show competition or a career as a vocal performer. Prematurely starting voice lesson could cause vocal damage or strain, though. We recommend children wait until they are 11 or 12 years old. At that time, a child is undergoing puberty, and his or her vocal cords are mature enough to handle the rigorous training involved in voice lessons. Waiting is difficult for kids, but the benefits include vocal protection. Your child is more likely to succeed at auditions and performances when he or she waits until puberty for formal vocal training.

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