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Music is everywhere in Raleigh, meaning that - whatever your tastes - you are sure to find inspiration. Supplement your singing lessons in Raleigh by listening to professionals, joining a formal group, or showing off your skills on a karaoke night. Here are some great opportunities to experience singing in Raleigh.
Festivals and Concerts
SoJam This a cappella festival is your chance to see some of the most talented singers perform. As well as watching concerts, you can compete or even attend workshops with professionals to take back some new ideas for your singing lessons in Raleigh. (http://sojam.net/)
Master Chorale Performing with the North Carolina Symphony for more than 70 years, Master Chorale sing everything from Renaissance to contemporary pieces with up to 170 singers. You can audition every January and August for your chance to join the group and perhaps even sing in some of their chamber performances. (http://ncmasterchorale.org/)
Common Woman Chorus This all-women group of professional and amateur singers perform pieces that express empowerment, diversity, and strength. In addition to regular rehearsals, the group holds discussions and social gatherings to discuss issues important to their members. Common Woman Chorus is open to new members throughout the year, without the need to audition. (http://www.commonwomanchorus.net/about/)
Heart of Carolina Always looking for new members who will enable their group to grow, Heart of Carolina is a barbershop quartet that performs and competes throughout North Carolina. Check out one of their concerts, or come along for a rehearsal to see if you would like to be part of the group before you audition. (http://www.heartofcarolinachorus.org/)
Star Karaoke This Japanese-style karaoke has all the latest songs in English, Thai, Korean, Japanese, and Chinese, updating their collection every month. Choose from a range of room sizes that hold anywhere from five to 30 people, each fitted with an LED TV, speakers, dancing space, and disco light. (http://www.starkaraokenc.com/)
Whether you want to practice your singing for an upcoming audition, to feel confident enough to sing karaoke, or simply to gain more enjoyment from your musical skills, singing lessons in Raleigh can help. Search for a private teacher who can help you train your voice and work with your natural endowments!