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Voice Lessons St louis, MO

Voice Lessons in
St louis, MO

Musika has been offering St louis 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 St louis Voice Teachers

Angela H

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Hi! My name is Angela, and I teach private piano, voice, and theory lessons. I have a Bachelor’s degree in Music Education from Lindenwood University, a Master's degree in Music Theory from Washington University, and am certified to teach music to all levels in the state of Missouri. I love teaching, and have taught many ages (4 to 91) and ability levels (novice to advanced). I am a dependable, knowledgeable, and enthusiastic teacher. I offer piano and voice lessons for 30, 45, or 60-minute weekly sessions in my music studio. I do not offer bi-weekly lessons or lessons in the student's home.

Elizabeth P

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I'm a passionate, multi-talented music instructor of over 15 years.  I'm also a professional recording artist, producer, composer, and performer.  I'm a pianist, vocalist, and guitarist.  One of the great successes of my career is working for two of the largest record labels in the world, EMI and Arista Records.  I work with celebrity musicians from past to present.  I have my associates degree in music therapy and am currently working towards my bachelor's.

Katie R

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I'm a local singer who loves helping others to grow musically. I just graduated with my MM from Washington University in St. Louis, where I focused on classical voice. I completed my BM in vocal performance, traveling to Cuba to perform with the SIUE concert choir for their international festival. I recently joined Winter Opera St. Louis for their productions of Faust and Lucia di Lammermoor, and look forward to joining them again this year for their mainstage season and a role in the touring opera in once act, Speed Dating Tonight!

Amy W

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I am an honest and reliable music professional who loves classical music, folk songs, and musical theater. I participated in a youth musical theater company for nine years in my youth. I performed with a traveling show choir for five years at dozens of public festivals and events and we even performed at Disney! I advanced into several All State honor choirs throughout grade school. I am a member of multiple professional organizations as I believe in constant learning and knowledge so I can provide the best teaching experience possible. 
 
 

Why Choose Musika

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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

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.
Convenient and comfortable, in-home voice lessons prepare you to master the only instrument you carry with you everywhere you go. Professional Musika instructors employ time-tested methods to teach you how to operate your voice to maximum capacity. With the piano you have in your home and music you can purchase from almost any musical store, learn to sing Opera, R&B or Country music. Simply schedule lessons and avoid the hassle of traveling to a studio across town. With professional voice lessons, learn how to care for your voice as you use it to make beautiful music.
Voice lessons improve your singing ability and your vocal performance. Whether you want to audition for a national reality show or prepare for a theatrical performance, Musika instructors are here to help. Our professional teachers create a customized lesson plan for each student that helps you meet your singing goals. We help you discover the best singing genre and style for your voice, and we can guide your song choice. Typically, your teacher will assign you an affordable method book or other supplemental materials for practice. You can find these books at online or local music stores. A partial list of topics you will learn during voice lessons includes: Proper breathing control techniques, How to support your voice and increase volume, Voice projection tips, How to read musical notation, How to interpret song lyrics and phrases with expression and emotion, Audition and performance tips and techniques, including overcoming stage fright.
Learn to sing your favorite songs with adult voice lessons. Musika instructors are skilled in every genre and musical style. Whether you want to master Opera classics, ace modern Pop or specialize in Country, we can help you improve your skills and abilities. Start by learning vocal exercises and breathing techniques that improve your skill. Then choose songs that fit your vocal tone and range. Finally, learn to project your voice, control your breathing and show emotions while you sing. As your singing skill increases, enter national or regional competitions and feel more confident on stage while singing your favorite songs.
Children who want to take voice lessons should wait until they-™re at least 11 or 12 years old. At that time, their voice is maturing, and they are emotionally ready to practice regularly and apply themselves. Starting voice lessons before puberty could cause vocal cord damage and strain. That damage potentially jeopardizes future vocal performances. By waiting a few years, children protect their voice. Then they can start lessons and prepare to audition for local, regional and national competitions or performances in their teen and adult years.

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