Lessons

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Voice Lessons

Voice lessons are available to students as young as 5. For the younger student, skills such as basic music theory, rhythm, and melody are addressed through repertoire that is age-appropriate. The goal is for the student to enjoy learning to sing!

For the more advanced student, emphasis is placed on breathing technique, vocal placement, and stage presence. Music genres include Disney, Broadway, Pop, and an introduction to Classical. Students are encouraged to choose their own repertoire (within the instructor’s guidelines). Voice lessons are meant to augment any training the student is receiving at school, as well as prepare the student for auditions, performances, and vocal competitions.

Voice lessons are thirty minutes per week, at a cost of $25. Please note that there is a yearly fee of $35, which covers the cost of repertoire, accompaniment tracks, and other materials.

Piano Lessons

Piano lessons are available to students as young as 5. Not only are students assigned weekly songs and exercises, but they are also encouraged to participate in the Illinois Federation of Music Clubs’ yearly Junior Festival.

Piano lessons are thirty minutes in length weekly at a cost of $25. Please note that there is a yearly fee of $35, which covers the cost of repertoire, accompaniment tracks, and other materials.

Guitar Lessons

Guitar lessons are available to students ages 10 and older. The overall goal is for the student to be able to accompany him/herself while singing, or to accompany other singers or instrumentalists. Lessons focus primarily on learning first position chords, strum patterns, and note-reading.

Guitar lessons are thirty minutes in length weekly at a cost of $25. Please note that there is a yearly fee of $35, which covers the cost of repertoire, accompaniment tracks, and other materials.

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