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Colleyville Voice & Singing Lessons

Want to learn to sing? How this works:

Anyone can sing! Taking voice lessons will give you personalized coaching so you can make the most of your instrument–which is your voice! Your teacher will teach you how to sing correctly so you protect your vocal chords and can project in the right way. Your teacher will help you sing music that you love and that is also a good fit for your vocal range.

Most vocal students are around 9 or 10 years old, but younger students can start if they are ready! Many teens and adults take voice lessons to prepare for performances or auditions or just to sing for fun!

Each lesson will focus on warming up and learning essential technique, and then focus on pieces of music that will bring you joy and happiness! Many students start with a 30-minute lesson and then upgrade to 60 minutes when they want more coaching time with their teacher.

We care about you

Voice Lessons

Loving the music you play is essential to a good voice lesson experience. That is why our teachers will always strive to help you learn the style and types of music you love to make the music come alive in your lessons and practice.  And if you don’t have one style or type of music you love, our teachers will help you discover it!

Good technique starts here

Voice Student

While emphasizing the style of music you love is important, good technique is vital to successful singing. We will always work to make sure that all of our students are not only enjoying their lessons, but learning the “right” way so they can be a successful vocalist the rest of their life.

High quality voice teachers

Voice Lessons

Our goal is to hire the best voice teachers in the area. But more than that, our teachers are fun and engaging and always encouraging to their students. We perform professional background checks on all of our teachers before they are allowed to teach your student.

Frequently Asked Questions

In voice lessons at Stage Notes School of Music and Arts, you’ll embark on a comprehensive journey to develop your vocal skills, tailored to your individual needs and goals. Initially, you’ll learn about proper vocal technique, including breath control, posture, and vocal health, to ensure you can sing safely and sustainably. Lessons will cover how to warm up effectively, expand your vocal range, improve your tone quality, and increase your vocal power and flexibility.

You’ll also work on pitch accuracy, diction, and expressiveness, crucial for delivering compelling performances. As you progress, you’ll explore more advanced techniques such as vibrato, dynamics, and emotional expression. Understanding music theory, reading music, and ear training will also be part of your lessons, enhancing your musicianship and enabling you to interpret and perform songs more effectively.

In voice lessons at Stage Notes School of Music and Arts, you’ll embark on a comprehensive journey to develop your vocal skills, tailored to your individual needs and goals. Initially, you’ll learn about proper vocal technique, including breath control, posture, and vocal health, to ensure you can sing safely and sustainably. Lessons will cover how to warm up effectively, expand your vocal range, improve your tone quality, and increase your vocal power and flexibility.

You’ll also work on pitch accuracy, diction, and expressiveness, crucial for delivering compelling performances. As you progress, you’ll explore more advanced techniques such as vibrato, dynamics, and emotional expression. Understanding music theory, reading music, and ear training will also be part of your lessons, enhancing your musicianship and enabling you to interpret and perform songs more effectively.

At Stage Notes School of Music and Arts, we cater to a wide variety of musical tastes and goals, offering instruction in many singing styles, including:

  • Classical
  • Opera
  • Musical Theatre
  • Jazz
  • Pop
  • Rock
  • Country
  • R&B/Soul
  • And more

Our curriculum is flexible, allowing you to explore different genres and find your unique voice as a singer. Whether you’re aiming to nail classical arias, belt out show tunes, croon jazz standards, or lead a rock band, our lessons are tailored to help you excel in your chosen style.

Our voice teachers at Stage Notes School of Music and Arts are experienced and passionate vocalists with extensive backgrounds in performance and education across a range of musical genres. They hold degrees from prestigious music schools and have professional experience on stage, in studios, and in teaching singers of all ages and skill levels. Our instructors are carefully selected for their expertise, pedagogical skills, and ability to create a supportive and motivating environment for students. They are committed to helping you achieve your vocal goals, providing personalized guidance and feedback every step of the way.

Learning to sing is a highly personal and variable journey, with progress depending on several factors, including your starting point, practice habits, natural ability, and personal goals. Most students will notice improvements in their singing within a few months of consistent lessons and practice. However, becoming a proficient vocalist, comfortable across a range of styles and techniques, can take several years of dedicated study and practice.

It’s important to remember that singing is both an art and a skill that continues to develop over a lifetime. There’s always more to learn, whether it’s mastering new styles, expanding your repertoire, or refining your technique. At Stage Notes School of Music and Arts, we believe that with persistence, patience, and the right guidance, anyone can learn to sing and enjoy the countless rewards of making music with their voice.

Absolutely! Even without a musical background, there are many ways you can support your child’s practice. Encouragement and showing interest in their progress can be incredibly motivating. You can help set up a consistent practice schedule, create a quiet and dedicated space for practice, and attend their lessons or performances when possible. Listening to music together and discussing what you both like about certain pieces or performances can also enhance their musical appreciation. Many parents find that being involved in their child’s musical education, even in these small ways, not only supports their child but also becomes a rewarding shared experience.

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