OUR VOCAL LESSONS
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Two Optional Student Concerts (Recitals) Each Year
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DID YOU KNOW?
Researchers agree that learning to play an instrument improves test scores, helps students with higher math achievement, builds self-confidence, improves coordination and problem-solving, increases fine motor development, and much more – including fostering the basic intrinsic value of developing a love and joy for the arts and music.
Tuning – developing an ear for tuning, using a tuner, etc.
The technique, warm-up.
Individual learning and assignments at the student's level.
Workbook at the table (theory book, or note speller).
Review songs in books with teacher accompaniment or CD.
Jam, chart out pop songs, flashcard games, etc.
Parent questions and assignment clarification.
Classes are designed for students to progress at their own pace. Students receive supplementary books during the year when they are ready to move ahead.
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
There really isn't a best age for kids to start vocal lessons, but most children under the age of 11-13 generally are students we work with on not overdoing their vocals. Because student's bodies will change over time, we make it our job to ensure that the students do not damage vocal cords. We recommend starting vocal at a young age, as learning to sing does take time to master properly.
Practice is key, whether you are learning an instrument or developing a young voice. With steady practice and a good attitude, our singing lessons for kids can have your child singing with confidence in as little as 6 months. Some students reach the level of advanced singers in as few as 3-5 years, but results do vary from student to student.
One way to get your child to practice singing more is to inspire them every day. Start practices off with small increments of time, and, as their skill level builds, gradually increase the time spent practicing.
The bottom line is that it's not the songs you practice, but just that you or your kid spends time learning to sing. To see the best results, our singing instructors recommend that students spend at least 30 minutes practicing to sing every day.