The Human Voice

The most personal of instruments.

When you enroll in voice lessons, you are committing to an instrument that will be with you for your entire life. Through developing the connection of your breath, posture, vocal folds (chords), and the anatomy of your throat, mouth and facial mask, singing lessons help you develop your unique voice.

Whether you are an adult seeking to hone your skills or want to give your child the gift singing and music appreciation, voice lessons will become a valuable and cherished asset for a lifetime.



Youth: Find you unique voice while working with a professional vocal instructor! If you are looking to take the step from ensemble to soloist, voice lessons may be a great fit. It is often best to begin voice lessons once your voice is grounded and you are in middle school, this is particularly true with boys. Similar to how a tree gets bigger and stronger over time, the vocal quality and tone of your voice will change through each phase of your life. Important goals if you are on the younger side is to develop your healthy technique, pitch-matching skills, music reading, and prevent bad habits from developing.

Note: Once a student has started the process of going through puberty, they will achieve more significant and measurable progress on their instrument.

Best age to start: 10 and up for girls, 12 to 13 for boys

Adults: First, let’s get this out of the way… you are never too old to learn how to sing! Like learning a new language or how to cook, challenging yourself can be very rewarding. Whether you are in a community chorus, local musical theater productions, or are simply seeking a creative outlet, voice lessons are an intimate way to rediscover your vocal strength.


Voice Faculty