If you’ve been thinking of taking singing lessons, now is an ideal time to try it. Online learning is proving popular in these times of self-isolation and lockdown and singing tuition is no different. Thanks to technology and video apps like Zoom, Skype and FaceTime, learning to sing with online lessons can be just as rewarding as in-person.
What is different with online singing classes, and which may make you hesitant, is the sound quality. While there’s really no match for being in the same room as your teacher, singing classes by video are a great introduction for the curious. An experienced singing teacher still has a finely tuned ear to hear your voice and guide you to developing your own ear for music and song. They can still observe how you use your mouth and throat, and your posture as you sing and suggest improvements to produce better sound more easily.
So, if you’re curious about trying online singing lessons, here are some benefits – with some you may not have thought of:
Online singing lessons may require a shift in learning technique. And if you’re new to singing, a slow, step-by-step learning approach with a patient, competent teacher, who can listen for and correct any voice issues, will help you reach your goals.
If you’d like to explore learning to sing, why not try an introductory online singing lesson: a 30-minute lesson is just $60. Valid for May and June only. To take advantage of this special offer, get in touch.