Methuen Singing Lessons

Looking for private in-home or in-studio Singing lessons? Our Methuen teachers are ready to get you started. Find your teacher today!

Popular Music Lessons
in Methuen, MA

Why TakeLessons?

Lessons taught: 9 4 5 , 6 0 5 and counting...

Connect Locally or Online

Local

Local Lessons

No matter where you live, chances are we can introduce you to an amazing teacher in your neighborhood. You can take lessons in the privacy of your own home or at your teacher's location. Start by searching in your ZIP code to find teachers near you.
Learn More

Online

Live, Online Lessons

What if the teacher who best fits your needs is on the other side of the country? No problem. Our online lesson platform connects you with any teacher, anywhere. All you need is a reliable Internet connection, a webcam, and a microphone.
Learn More

How it Works

From finding the perfect teacher to managing payments, scheduling and tracking your progress,
we take care of all the details, so you can focus on learning. Learn More

Perform Search

Your search for the perfect teacher starts with the subject you'd like to learn and your ZIP code. From the list of recommended teachers, compare detailed information about each option before you make your teacher selection.

BrowseListings

Browse Profiles

Take some time to review the teachers in our network. All of our teachers provide detailed profiles, including information about their background, specialties, and teaching style. You can also read reviews from past and current students.

Book Online

Select your teacher and book online. After you book, your teacher will contact you directly to talk about your first lesson and you'll be able to manage your entire schedule through our free online account.

GetStarted

Get Started With Free Resources

Popular Singing Teachers Near Methuen

Sean R.

Lowell, MA
283806_ryvm6f34lwff7qwx32mr
Learn More

Danielle S.

Salem, MA
221369_275254_39468
Learn More

Ian Lewis P.

Cambridge, MA
311872_8jswtydjkmbmlwnbjyp2
Learn More
Sean R. Lowell, MA

Subjects Taught

Bass Guitar, Drum, Guitar, Music Performance, Music Theory, Singing, Songwriting, Ukulele, Vocal Training

About Me

In the 20 years I've been playing guitar and drums, I've done quite a bit. In the past, I toured quite extensively with my band, playing with the likes of All That Remains, As I Lay Dying, blessthefall, Alesana, Soulfly and many others (for all you metal and post hardcore fans). I've been teaching independently since 2002 and with music store affiliation since 2006. I've also played countless corporate events and weddings as a pickup musician with Murray Hill Talent in Boston. As the experience piles on, so do the real world inspired lessons and tips.

*** Lesson Details ***
First lessons are highly variable depending on a students experience. If you've never played an instrument before, expect the first day to be a lot of talking. While there will be plenty to take in, it won't be overwhelming. I like to think that I have a pretty good student saturation point gauge. If you've been playing for 10 years, we will start by establishing what you know, what your perceived weaknesses are and where you want your playing to go. Do you want to be an expansive lead player or are you just looking to learn a few drum grooves that are beyond your skill level? That kind of thing. At any rate, after a few months (given that you've done your homework outside of lessons) you'll find that you know more about music and are learning new musical concepts on your instrument regardless of your skill level.

*** Studio Equipment ***
Paul Reed Smith Custom 24, VHT classic 6 amp, BOSS ME-70, JOYO Vintage Overdrive, JOYO US Dream, various other stomp boxes, electronic drum kit, drum pad in snare basket, Yamaha F series acoustic guitar, Squier Showmaster, Squier J Bass, ipad (for recording and amplification), Trivoli Audio stereo system

*** Travel Equipment ***
I can provide my own guitar and a full size acoustic guitar if need be for very beginning guitar students. The same applies for bass guitar and hand drums for drummers. A drum set player must be able to provide a drum kit. Music stands are a plus but not entirely necessary if an equivalent surface is present

*** Specialties ***
rock, pop, progressive rock and metal, alternative, punk, heavy metal, post hardcore, metalcore, swing jazz, bebop jazz, fusion, ska, reggae, funk

Danielle S. Salem, MA

Subjects Taught

Singing

About Me

I am a piano-playing singer/songwriter and graduate of Berklee College of Music with a degree in Professional Music focusing on songwriting, performance, and teaching. I was a leader of my high school music ministry (choir) for four years (Bishop Brady H.S., Concord NH) and volunteered as a 2nd grade Sunday School teacher (Immaculate Heart of Mary, Concord, NH) in my senior year. I have several years of performance experience having performed at The Farm Bar & Grille in Essex, MA, the Lizard Lounge and Cantab Lounge both in Cambridge, MA. I have appeared on Community Auditions (2011) and compose music for local independent film company Door Eleven Productions. I have long had a passion for music and would feel rewarded to be able to pass my knowledge onto you! I am friendly, patient and open to just about any genre of music you would be interested in exploring. I am also able to provide a solid foundation of proper breath management, vocal exercises focusing on pitch and technique, and sight-reading. My goal is for you to be able to thoroughly develop your skills as a singer and performer!

*** Lesson Details ***
I am laid-back but hardworking and expect an equal level of commitment from my students. I am primarily interested in teaching beginner-intermediate level pupils. Prospective students can expect to start each lesson with vocal exercises focusing on breath support, posture and pitch. Any professional performer understands the importance of warming up prior to performing! Once properly warmed up, you give your voice the range and flexibility it needs to sing beautifully and effectively! I encourage note-taking as well as recording the lessons either on cassette or even your cellphone to assist in practicing on your own between lessons. Depending on my students level of experience, I will then decide which songs to work on that would best fit your range and area of interest. Once a certain amount of progress has been made I will open the doors to my students deciding on songs they'd like to work on specifically as well. After 3-6 months, I would anticipate my students to be able to effectively warm-up their voices on their own through exercises we will have covered, at least a basic understanding of how to sight-read your melody and certainly have a handful of songs memorized and ready to add to your repertoire!

*** Studio Equipment ***
living room portable keyboard seating for parents

*** Travel Equipment ***
I would bring my keyboard to each lesson unless one was provided (tuned pianos are okay as well). I would also bring music and texts that I would find beneficial to each particular student. I would expect my student to provide a journal to take notes and track progress. Also, though not necessary in all cases, I would expect my student to have sheet music for songs they're interested in learning as well as CD/cassette/MP3/etc. of songs they're interested in learning.

*** Specialties ***
I would start with a foundation of proper warm-ups, breathing techniques, and vocal exercises with me accompanying on piano. We would then spend the second half of the lesson working on songs primarily of my students choosing. I would be comfortable with just about any genre thus being able to cater to each one of my student's unique areas of interest.

Ian Lewis P. Cambridge, MA

Subjects Taught

Acting, Broadway Singing, English, French, History, Language, Music Performance, Music Theory, Opera Voice, Piano, Singing, Songwriting, Speaking Voice

About Me

Hi! I am excited to work with students of all ages and levels, and I am here to help you unlock the treasury of our music together. I'm devoted to passing on the joy of music-making to performers of any age, whether you are passionate about musical theater, classical music, popular music, or just for the fun of making music.
As a soloist, I am a frequent performer throughout the Northeast. This season's performances include engagements with Lowell House Opera, Opera Brittenica, Cantata Singers, Opera Providence, and concerts and TV appearances with the award-winning folk music group Voice of the Turtle, as well as numerous recitals. As a classical collaborative singer, I've performed in a choral setting with the New York Philharmonic, the Dresden Philharmonic, the Philadelphia Orchestra, and other ensembles. I have studied theater extensively and have completed an apprenticeship and internship at Connecticut Free Shakespeare.

I am a published composer and lyricist of children's music, and have over six years of studio teaching experience with students of all ages. I hold a Bachelors of Music in Voice Performance from Westminster Choir College and a Masters of Music in Voice and Vocal Pedagogy from Longy School of Music of Bard College. Whether you are just starting to sing in your school's musical or are an artist looking to solidify your technique and style, I have the latest techniques to make learning to sing fun and effective for you.

*** Lesson Details ***
The atmosphere in my studio is student-centered and informal, and is built around the student's goals and stylistic tastes and abilities. Whether it is your first voice lesson or you are a working professional, the curriculum will be formed completely around you as an individual artist want to achieve.

Within 6 months of study, you will have a firm basis in vocal technique in your chosen style, and a firm grasp of the repertoire that you love to sing. Most importantly, however, you will develop a love of music and singing that you will keep throughout your life. If you are a parent, I encourage your involvement, and you are most welcome to sit in on your child's lessons and share in the music-making experience.

*** Studio Equipment ***
Full piano, music stand, private room, seating for parents.

*** Travel Equipment ***
Music stand and sheet music. A keyboard if you are without a piano.

*** Specialties ***
I have experience in performing and teaching musical theater, early music, opera, Mediterranean folk music, diction, music theory, and Shakespearean acting technique. I am currently a member of the Boston Schola Cantorum, and Voice of the Turtle, which has over 12 professional studio recordings.

Shauna G.

Swampscott, MA
Profile_294972_j6672yxwp4by3cc4pjx3
Learn More

Marie-France M.

Hyde Park, MA
213195_278395_28621
Learn More

Amelia J.

Brighton, MA
222680_414190_1340639986
Learn More
Shauna G. Swampscott, MA

Subjects Taught

Singing

About Me

Singing is a calling for me and has been since the age of five when I used our family fireplace as my stage (when it wasn't lit!) While pursuing music studies at Ithaca College where I studied voice with Patrice Pastore and Vocal Jazz Improv with Steve Brown. My professional life as a vocalist has allowed me to explore a variety of vocal styles from classical, jazz, rock and R&B. Recently I have performed with WoodyGeissman (formerly of the Del Fuegos), Ken Shano, John Funkhouser and Victor Belanger

*** Lesson Details ***
I will teach you first and foremost how to relax your body so that you are able to use it as a vessel to enhance your natural sound. You will learn breathing techniques that will serve to boost and promote a healthy sound. We will also learn a bit about ear training and harmony. Most importantly, we will find a safe place inside yourself where imagination can thus play a key role in forming your artistry as a vocalist. We will not be afraid to explore. It is my hope that you will sing and soar like a bird.

*** Studio Equipment ***
I have a sound system and microphone if you are interested in learning proper mic technique

*** Travel Equipment ***
microphone, amplifier

*** Specialties ***
I teach in all genres including rock, pop,classical and vocal jazz.

Marie-France M. Hyde Park, MA

Subjects Taught

Acting, Music Performance, Piano, Singing, Songwriting

About Me

I have taught piano and voice most of my adult life. Early on I learned the need to adapt my teaching style to the uniqueness of each student, especially those whose perceptions differ widely from the general populace. I love what I do, helping each student discover and nurture their abilities, no matter what age the student may be.

The Holistic Piano method is especially effective with my Autism-spectrum students, a segment of the population I find particularly rewarding to teach.

The following is a quote from ex-student Karena Krull, author of "Drama Made Easy", and "Rummy Roots."

“Her greatest strength is her ability to find the right direction for each individual. This ability to adapt to the student's needs lends to individual success for student and avoids their frustration. If her current method or communication isn't creating success for a student she will quickly change to another till she finds the right words or method to enable the student to succeed with the least amount of frustration.”

*** Lesson Details ***
I draw on a wide range of materials in The Holistic Piano (and voice) method. The curriculum may be color-based or number-based, we might focus on chord building or sight-reading, or Songwriting, depending on the student's need and desire.

*** Studio Equipment ***
Large Music Room: one grand piano, 2 keyboards, parents can sit in on lesson from living room

*** Specialties ***
*Teachers marked as a Student Favorite have taught a minimum of 25
lessons and have received the highest feedback rating from students.Because each student is an individual, I approach teaching like a coach, custom designing a course of study for each student to meet their individual needs.

Amelia J. Brighton, MA

Subjects Taught

Acting, Broadway Singing, Music Theory, Opera Voice, Piano, Singing

About Me

I have been interested in music for as long as I can remember. I began taking piano lessons when I was six and started auditioning for musicals at eight. I fell in love with performing, and my passion has grown into a career path. I began studying voice privately when I was in thirteen. Music and performing have brought so much joy to my life, and I love to help others develop and cultivate their own passion for music.

I recently received my Master‚¬Ä¬ôs Degree in Vocal Performance from the New England Conservatory. I also hold a Bachelor‚¬Ä¬ôs Degree in Vocal Performance from DePaul University. During undergrad, I was able to study abroad for a semester in Vienna, Austria where I performed in an opera workshop. I have spent two summers on Cape Cod singing with the College Light Opera Company. I have experience singing both opera and musical theater roles as well as an extensive choral background. I have sung with NEC Opera, Commonwealth Shakespeare Company, North End Music and Performing Arts Center, MIT G&S Players, and Madison Opera. Favorite roles include Papagena (The Magic Flute), Casilda (The Gondoliers), Johanna Barker (Sweeney Todd), Anne Egerman (A Little Night Music), and Rapunzel (Into the Woods). In addition to my private studio, I am a teaching artist/ vocal mentor with Missing Links in Roxbury, MA. While I specialize in classical and musical theater singing, I also have a love of jazz and folk music. I believe that learning the basics of classical vocal technique are essential to healthy singing of any kind.

*** Lesson Details ***
I work with the students in a kind and caring way that helps them to develop an understanding of vocal technique while gaining confidence in themselves as musicians and performers. Each student is different in how they approach learning and what they want out of lessons. It is important to me as a teacher to understand each student's individual interests and challenges. I want to create a productive, fun, and encouraging environment for my students.

I focus on the fundamentals of classical singing beginning with breathing. I also teach the importance of finding the meaning behind what you are singing and communicating that to the audience. I help students build practice strategies and routines in order to get the most out of their practice time. I recognize that singing and performing is a very personal thing, and I encourage students to step outside their comfort zone without the fear of making a mistake. I want to help students meet their goals while having fun and working on music that they love to sing.

*** Studio Equipment ***
Front room studio: Keyboard, seating for parents

*** Travel Equipment ***
The student would need to have a keyboard or piano in their home.

*** Specialties ***
*Teachers marked as a Student Favorite have taught a minimum of 25
lessons and have received the highest feedback rating from students.I specialize in classical vocal technique, but I also have considerable musical theater experience.

Singing With TakeLessons

TakeLessons offers private in-studio and in-home Singing in Methuen and nearby areas. Learn how to sing by working with a qualified TakeLessons instructor. Review Methuen Voice teacher profiles and contact a friendly TakeLessons student counselor by phone or email for assistance with scheduling your Voice lessons.

Whether you are a beginner Voice student, intermediate Voice student, or advanced Voice student, a TakeLessons Instructor can help you learn or enhance your Singing skills. Your choices for a Methuen Singing instructor come from a variety of backgrounds, making it easy to find one that matches your interests and skill level. Each Voice instructor's specialties are listed on their profile, along with helpful details like teaching style, background, photos, student feedback, and ...

What Our Students Think

Are You a Teacher?

Find out how TakeLessons can help you grow and manage your business

Learn More