Voice lessons for beginning voice students emphasize the following:

     - Learning how to breathe using the diaphragm (diaphragmatic breathing)

     - Learning how to properly form pure vowel sounds and dipthongs

     - Placement of the voice to achieve optimal balance of resonance and tone

     - Exercises to increase the range of the voice

     - Learning to correctly read the musical score (especially important for soloists and chorus singers)


Vocal coaching and accompaniment for experienced singers:

     - Whether you are a choral singer in a church, community or semi-professional choir or a seasoned professional soloist, an "extra pair of ears" can always be of help in fine tuning your performance of a song or choral part. 

     - Choral singers can find particular benefit in learning to correctly prepare their part by being helped with interpreting the numerous musical instructions of a score. Practice sessions for those who need additional help learning their part are often a way to gain confidence as a singer -- whether as soloist or chorister.

     - Soloists often need a set of trained ears to polish their interpretaion and delivery of a song. While the instrument (the voice) may excel in beauty, singers often will benefit from discovering nuances of the score that have gone untended.

Please contact us to find out how we may help you excel in your performance.