Voice Lessons Overview

 

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Are you ready to move from singing in the shower to singing on stage?  Whether you dream of starring on Broadway, hearing your music on the radio or just want to show off at a family function we have a qualified instructor to guide you.  Classical, Opera, Jazz, Pop, Country, the sky is the limit!

A typical voice lesson will include:

Vocal exercises to warm up the voice and improve vocal technique

Sight Singing and Theory with the Full Voice Books 

Work on the students repertoire 

Vocal students are encouraged to bring a recording device to their lesson.  This way they can review the warm ups and techniques from their lesson during their at home practice

 

 A Sample of some of our vocal exercises used can be found in our All Downloads section, under resources (select Vocal Exercises

 

 

 

 

 

Three locations serving all of HRM including Dartmouth, Sackville, Halifax, Bedford, Beaverbank, Hammonds Plains, Tantallon, Eastern Passage, Cole Harbour and Clayton Park.

Beginner Voice Lessons

 

Andrea's Music Studio offers a comprehensive singing program: learn good vocal habits, develop a solid music foundation,and learn to read simple music.

Singers tend to be poor musicians so our vocal instructors have developed an integrated musicianship program - covering theory, music terms, sight-reading, and ear-training.

 

For young children:

Kids will explore their singing voice and find their rhythm through fun popular kids songs, Disney music and RCM graded songs

Should be able to read simple text.

 

For Teens:

Singing is physical, emotional, scary, exhilarating, and lots of fun.  We will help you develop your voice to it's potential using tried and true vocal exercises.

You will: learn to sing different musical styles, sing with and without a microphone, express emotions through song, perform in public, and explore vocal improvisation.

 

For Adults:

We offer a non-threatening, fun environment for singing.

Songs are picked to fit your voice... exercises to develop it.

Sing better - with more confidence...in the shower, for family and friends, in the church choir, or just for fun.

 

Intermediate to Advanced Voice Lessons

 

Students at an intermediate or advanced level will continue to build a varied repertoire using vocal techniques that will help acheive their vocal goals.  They will continue to build up their ear-training and sight-reading skills.