Your voice is only as healthy as your body. That-™s because you can-™t sing your best if your body is unhealthy, sick, tired or stressed. Improve your vocal performance by caring for your physical health. Eat a balanced diet, and drink plenty of water. Quit smoking, don-™t take illegal drugs and limit alcohol. Strengthen your core, including your lungs, by performing aerobic exercises every day. Rest your body with a good night-™s sleep, and reduce stress during the day. You-™ll also want to rest your voice, which means limiting yelling, cheering or screaming. To keep you voice healthy, keep your body health.
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.
Voice lessons focus on developing performing techniques, vocal techniques and how to support your voice properly for singing. You will learn how to read and interpret music, how to bring your own emotions to your performances, and how to enhance the quality of your singing in preparation for auditions.
Students studying voice for the first time as an adult can look forward to working on vocal exercises and breathing techniques which can help improve their range and tone. Adult students may be interested in studying primarily classical vocal technique, or they may want to focus on different styles like pop or jazz. Our instructors can help you reach your musical and stylistic goals!
We strongly encourage students to start voice lessons at age 11 or 12. Training a voice that is younger than this can sometimes lead to future damage if the teacher is not specifically trained to teach younger students. As soon as a student begins the process of puberty and adolescence this would be a good time to begin vocal training. We also strongly encourage students who are younger than this age to start with another instrument like piano or guitar, because this will help them improve their basic musicianship skills before progressing to voice lessons.