Whether you like opera, or rock, or country, or pop, learning to sing can be one of the most enjoyable experiences of your life. I’ve never gone skydiving but I’m sure that’s pretty scary. Many people are afraid to sing, especially in public. Rockin’ out in the shower, or the car ride to work is one thing, but learning real technique is something else entirely. Singing isn’t rocket surgery, but there are some body techniques to learn, as well as some music theory. If you don’t know how to tell the band what key you sing the song in, you might have trouble! A singer needs to know what key, what groove, and other details to explain to a band to get them to do what you want. We can help. Read on to find out more!
My Local Music Lessons Introduction to Voice and Singing Lessons:
My Local Music Lessons offers custom in home voice lessons in Longmont, CO. We are making getting the music lessons you want, more easy and convenient than ever. Here are some reasons we think you’ll find our service a great choice. First, we offer A+ Background checked instructors. We take the guesswork out of who to hire. Next we have a convenient online booking system. Finally we offer 1st lesson FREE with your 1st 4 pack. Use coupon code 1stfree at checkout for 25% OFF your Voice Lessons! The top performers in the world have voice coaches and benefit from voice lesson instructions. Voice lessons will help you too!
Featured Voice Teachers offering Voice Lessons in Longmont CO:
Meet Asmita Idate
Asmita Idate teaches Voice Lessons in Longmont CO and surrounding areas. Currently, Asmita is studying Integrative Physiology, and Studio Arts for a BA at CU Boulder. Also, she has an extensive background studying Piano and Voice formally since age 4, and growing up in a Theater family has given her additional experience with performing arts. First, Asmita will assess your ability, interests, favorite styles, and goals. Next she will create a custom program to suit your needs! Finally, she will teach you the techniques, fundamentals, skills and theory you need to become proficient at your favorite songs and styles! You can read more on her instructor page here: Asmita Idate
Meet Brittney LaBelle
Brittney LaBelle teaches Voice Lessons in Longmont CO locations. First, she has worked with some top vocal instructors privately as well as at University level. Next, Brittney has over 9 years experience teaching private and group voice lessons. In addition, she is well versed in all styles from Broadway and Show tunes to Pop Music and everything between. Subsequently, she can customize the programs to meet each student’s needs, goals and favorite songs and styles! If you are looking for Voice Lessons in Longmont CO, This is the right page. You can read more about Brittney on her page here: Brittney LaBelle
Meet Voice Teacher Lucas Jackson
Lucas Jackson teaches Voice Lessons in Longmont CO and surrounding areas. Lucas has a BA in Music from Luther College with a concentration in voice and composition. First, Lucas believes that analyzing and understanding what we’re playing is as important to the learning process as technical proficiency. In your first lesson, Lucas will identify your current level of ability, your interests, and your favorite styles, genres, and sounds. Then he’ll work with you to set your own goals, both short- and long-term. Finally, he’ll help you cultivate the focus and discipline to improve your ability and start performing the music that you truly want to perform. To read more about Lucas, see his page here: Lucas Jackson
Voice Lessons Longmont and Your Goals:
It is important to have a clear idea of what you are looking to get out of any program. However its not required. A good instructor can help you identify your goals if you aren’t sure. Perhaps you are a complete beginner, or a weekend warrior singing in a band. You might be someone who sings in theater performances and Broadway plays. Your interests may be in only one style or you may be interested in many styles. Although many vocal techniques are universal, there is also a good amount of variety in what is considered “correct” or acceptable technique. This will depend on what style(s) you are interested in.
First, the techniques used in opera, or choir, differ quite a bit from popular or mainstream styles of music such as pop, rock, country. You may have very specific goals like “I’m looking to increase the upper range of my falsetto, and also add some body to my mid to low end range”. Whatever your situation may be, having an instructor who can help you identify and reach those goals is the key! Also, your instructor should help you feel comfortable whatever level you are at! At My Local Music Lessons, we specialize in setting students up with the right instructors to create an optimal experience for each student!
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