The art of singing is a physical endeavor that requires fine muscular strength and coordination of the voice and respiratory mechanisms. As such, a good warm up is essential before a performance or at the start of a lesson or practice session, and will help to prevent injury. The vocal folds are very delicate and can be easily damaged through misuse, such as bad technique or shouting, or overuse, such as practicing for too long or generally using the voice for long periods at a time (such as public speaking), which can cause vocal fatigue. It is important to maintain good hydration levels and get plenty of sleep for vocal recovery.
If you-™ve always wanted to learn how to sing, contact Musika for in-home voice lessons. Our professional and experienced instructors provide the practical skills you need as you learn how to sing. Start with a music genre. We professionally teach everything from modern pop to classical. Next, provide a piano or keyboard. With it, we accompany you during your lessons. Finally, enjoy learning how to sing from the comfort of your home. You don-™t need to arrange transportation to a studio or waste time in traffic. Schedule voice lessons at home, and learn to sing while saving time and staying comfortable.
During voice lessons students will start the wonderful journey of improving and developing their vocal skills. This will focus on learning to read music, how to support your breathing for singing, and how to enhance your performance and audition skills.
Learn how to sing today. Adult voice lessons connect you with trained Musika voice instructors. They come into your home or invite you into our studio for individualized lessons. You-™ll learn how to choose songs that fit your voice, how to control your breathing and how to project your voice. You also can prepare to audition for singing competitions. We specialize in any genre and style, so you get to sing your favorite tunes. Whether you-™re a first time singer or have been singing since childhood, take advantage of adult voice lessons, and learn to sing today.
Does your child want to audition for a local musical show or national reality singing competition? He or she should wait until after puberty to take voice lessons. At that time, the voice is mature and the risk of vocal cord damage or strain is limited. Puberty typically occurs when kids are between 11 and 12 years old. By waiting until your child is that age, you protect the voice. You also provide your child with a better chance of success during auditions and performances your child wants to participate in.