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Louise G.

Louise G.

Learning or perfecting skills can often feel intimidating and challenging at times. In each personalized lesson, it is my goal that you feel encouraged and appreciated for the unique singer or learner you are. I will give you the tools you need to become a confident and composed performer and to reach your goals as a student. I will provide fun and interactive exercises that help you master the basics of breath, posture, tone, diction, and the foundations of musicianship. Students will learn how to prepare a song and how to present a song in dramatic and interpretive form. Students will learn how to prepare for auditions and competitions (choral, solo, theatre role, etc.), and how to overcome stage fright and other challenges that are unique to live performance. I use a variety of teaching tools such as physical movement, imagery, and visual aids. I specialize in classical singing, musical theatre, and the jazz/blues sound. My goal is for you to enjoy singing and to meet your goals, whether you want to just sing at home for your family or land a leading role in a musical!
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Candice M.

Candice M.

Kindness and understanding are the foundations of a successful student-teacher relationship. I believe in building students up so they can see how innately gifted they truly are; there is no such thing as a person who “can't sing.” I teach students of all ages and with all kinds of musical backgrounds. My studio is a place for patient, supportive growth: you should expect to work hard and have fun at the same time. If you choose to take voice lessons with me, we will spend your first lesson exploring your skill level as a singer, determining your musical interests, and reviewing or learning the basics of vocal technique. My goal is to help you grow as a musician by giving you the tools you need to sing music from any genre with confidence. As we continue our work together, you will develop or refine excellent breath control, consistent, beautiful sound production throughout registers, and an understanding of what healthy vocal technique is and why it matters. We will also spend lesson time practicing ear-training, sight-reading and music theory as they apply to the songs we are working on together. In addition to regular voice lessons, I offer coaching for singers who have upcoming competitions, auditions or other performances. Vocalists who work with me as they prepare for these events often go on to land their preferred roles and win their competitions. Whether you need guidance in repertoire selection, diction, or help with a few tricky passages, I am available to assist you as you prepare for your singing event. Please see the Policies section below for more information about coaching sessions. My open-communication policy as an educator enables me to answer questions and provide additional resources, including customized warm-ups, outside of regular lesson time. I also maintain flexible scheduling for all of my students: studying singing is a fun challenge, but lessons should never be a source of stress. I am always happy to work with you to accommodate your schedule. Background: I am a classically-trained lyric soprano with over seventeen years of vocal education. I studied with PhD and MA professors of voice at universities in Kansas and Washington State. I also have many years of experience as a performer at a variety of venues across the country: my background includes solo concert work, lead and supporting roles in opera and theater productions, and event performances and competitions. I taught voice and beginning piano lessons, often on a volunteer basis, to students part-time from 2006 to 2012. I now teach voice lessons and provide coaching full-time. Students can study with me online or in-person at my studio. *Important* Studio Policies, updated for 2022: **Potential/new students and parents, please read the following carefully** Our student-teacher relationship will be most effective if we are clear on expectations from the beginning of our work together. In order to be fair to all students, my policies are non-negotiable. Policies for students and/or parents: *Communicate with me about your schedule. I am happy to cancel/reschedule lessons as needed, but students and/or parents must inform me of their intent to cancel/reschedule before the lesson, not after. If you do not inform me of your intent to cancel or reschedule before the actual lesson time, this counts as a missed lesson. Take Lessons' official policy is that I should charge for missed lessons, however, I provide students with the chance to miss one lesson without penalty. If a second lesson is missed, I reserve the right to charge for the missed lesson as per Take Lessons policy; a third missed lesson will result in the termination of our work together. *Students and/or parents must purchase personal copies of the materials required for lessons, including sheet music, books, and piano accompaniments (as needed). I will not make or share copies of sheet music under any circumstances. *If you purchase a lesson (or lessons) for yourself or your child, please plan to be in the Zoom meeting or at the lesson at the appointed time. I teach many lessons back-to-back, six days a week; it is important that students plan to begin (and end) lessons at the correct time. I understand that scheduling difficulties are a part of life. If you do need to be late, please try to let me know as early as possible and I will make every attempt to accommodate your schedule. *If you purchase (for example) a 20 minute lesson, please do not ask for or attempt to use additional time. I am not able to provide free instruction or to “add on” time from a future lesson. *Please bring headphones to your (virtual) lesson. Without headphones, your voice will most likely create a feedback loop; this means the sound from my end will come out of your speakers and be picked back up by your microphone, thereby creating a distracting echo. *If you (or your child) are sick, please do not plan to attend your lesson in-person. If you are experiencing any form of throat pain, hoarseness, or vocal fatigue, please do not plan to attend your lesson whether it is virtual or in-person. Again, you can inform me of your need to reschedule/cancel up until the time of your lesson and I will be happy to do so without charge. *Students who would like to work with me in preparation for an event (audition, performance, competition, etc.) must book coaching sessions at least three weeks (equaling at least three sessions) in advance of the event. *I do not learn piano parts for students and do not provide accompaniment except for warm ups, exercises and melody lines of songs. I am happy to help you find accompaniments in the correct key signature as needed. YouTube offers an incredible selection of music for free. You can also purchase books with professional accompaniment included. Finally, you can hire a practice accompanist to attend lessons and play the music you are learning. As a voice teacher, my focus is your singing. When I am not distracted by playing the piano I am able to focus entirely on your voice. I understand that some potential students may not wish to work this way; my policy is to be as up-front as possible so you can continue your search for your ideal teacher, as needed. *Parents of students under the age of 18: Please do not sign your young student up for lessons longer than 30 minutes without speaking with me first. I will occasionally agree to teach students, especially those age(s) 13 and older, for more than 30 minutes. However, we will need to establish a student-teacher relationship (at least two sessions) before talking about moving to a longer lesson time. *Parents of students under the age of 18: I do not teach pop music of any kind to young students because I do not feel that popular music is appropriate for the developing voice. I will work with students aged 18 and younger on age-appropriate music from several genres, including music theatre, standard/traditional, sacred, and classical.
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LoriAnn F.

LoriAnn F.

Grammy Award winning singer, stage performer, recording artist, actor and teacher. Classically trained, international opera singer, soprano. Highly knowledgable in vocal technique, breathing, and repertoire in classic literature as well as musical theatre, pop, standards, and jazz. Past students have performed world-wide, on Broadway, Opera and Symphonic stages, in concert with bands and numerous recording studios. ***I work with students to help them understand their instrument, build a healthy vocal technique that works within the style of singing they are interested in. Lessons consist of vocal exercises and work on repertoire/songs. I play piano and accompany my students either live or through an accompaniment track that I record. I accept students age 10 and above, at all levels of study. I am personable, fun, and patient, and want my students be the best singer they can be!***
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/30 mins
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KM (Classical Voice lessons with Katie P.)

I worked with Michelle for a little over 2 years. As an adult student, I was super nervous about singing in front of anyone - it took me this long to just sign up for lessons! She was patient with me

Elise (Classical Voice lessons with Michelle P.)

Ms. Melissa did such a fabulous job preparing me for a church solo piece, Give Me Jesus. She worked with me so much on it, specifically with the dynamics and musicality. She is so patient and kind whe

Jessica Lin (Classical Voice lessons with Melissa G.)

I've sat in on a few lessons, and she certainly knows her stuff. While she won't let you take the easy way out, you'll come out of it with proper technique and great tips and tricks if you stick with

Brandon (Classical Voice lessons with Melissa G.)

Very enthusiastic and knowledgeable teacher!

KM (Classical Voice lessons with Katie P.)

I worked with Michelle for a little over 2 years. As an adult student, I was super nervous about singing in front of anyone - it took me this long to just sign up for lessons! She was patient with me

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Classical Voice Lessons

Have you always wanted to take classical voice lessons but didn’t know where to start? Now’s your chance to take the plunge and sign up for lessons.

The classical singing style traces its roots deep into the rich tradition of classical music. Many classical pieces have parts written specifically for singers, who often perform alongside piano players or with larger symphonies. Classical singers have trained their voice to sing a wide range of pieces, and are a celebrated part of classical music.

When you take classical voice lessons, you get an education in singing techniques, music history, and music theory.

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Certified Classical Voice Teachers

The key to effectively learning classical voice singing is having a great teacher. That’s why we’ve put together the best classical voice teachers on the TakeLessons platform, making it a simple process to find the right tutor and get started on language lessons.

All our online and in-person teachers are background-checked and certified, and bring many years of experience to the table. The TakeLessons learning platform allows you to view our available teachers, compare their starting rates, and read through reviews written by former classical voice lessons students. Though prices vary, the average price for a 60-minute lesson is around $103. Once you’ve selected your tutor that aligns with your budget and schedule, you’re ready to begin.

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Classical Voice Lessons for All Ages

Learning is a lifetime journey. Whatever your age, you can sign up yourself or your children for lessons and take your learning to the next level.

What often doesn’t get covered in online courses and lessons is the needs of learners of different ages. Our teachers are experienced in crafting lessons that work for the specific age and goals of their students. For example, our classical voice lessons for kids are designed to cater to the ways children learn, making singing fun for them as they learn the foundations of classical voice techniques.

When it comes to adults, our classical voice lessons teachers understand the needs of each learner, making each session work toward their goals and unique approach to learning.

Classical Voice Lessons for All Levels

You could be an experienced performer looking to get better, or a beginner singer just starting out. Regardless, TakeLessons has classical voice lessons for you. Our platform features teachers that specialize in teaching certain levels of learners. On their profile, it will list the levels that teachers are available to give lessons on.

The classical voice lessons for beginners we offer will help you learn the basic elements that make up the art form, including voice warm-ups, singing techniques, and the essentials of music theory. Advanced lessons will cover performance techniques and more complex classical music.

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Classical Voice Lessons Curriculum

Sample Curriculum for Beginner Classical Voice Lessons

  • Basic music theory
  • Singing techniques
  • Warm up exercises
  • Beginner pieces
  • Opera and other classical styles

Sample Curriculum for Intermediate Classical Voice Lessons

  • Intermediate music theory
  • Singing and range
  • Performance essentials
  • History of classical voice
  • Singing with a group

Sample Curriculum for Advanced Classical Voice Lessons

  • Advanced music theory
  • Performing mastery
  • Complex compositions
  • Singing professionally
  • Finding a style

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How can I improve my classical voice?


The best way to improve your classical voice singing is with classical voice lessons, which will help you build the essential techniques needed for this type of singing. Some of these improvements include balancing the different registers in your voice, using the traditional method of appoggio, building your vocal power, and developing what is called the “singer’s formant,” enabling you to be heard over an orchestra. For lessons, TakeLessons is a great place to find a great teacher and improve your classical singing.

Is classical singing hard?


Classical voice singing can be hard to do. There are many styles, including opera, that are in practice today. Opera can be challenging because of the range and power needed to produce the operatic voice and sing the parts. Other styles can be a little easier to learn, but still require a lot of practice and a good teacher. You can find a great classical voice lessons teacher on TakeLessons, which makes learning the art form a lot easier.

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