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In addition to learning all the essential exercises and techniques in a way that's fun, kids get to perfect and perform all of their favourite songs!
In a voice lesson we learn:
a) Proper breathing and use of the diaphragm muscles
b) How to use the vocal cords correctly
c) How to create quality of tone by resonating the voice
d) Proper facial expressions for the different vowel sounds
e) Proper placement of the sound (for bass, treble, chest and nasal tones)
f) How to safely and effectively increase range
g) How to project the voice using a visualization technique
h) Proper use of dynamics (varying the volume level for colour and expression)
i) Proper microphone technique
j) Sight reading, ear training, and harmony are available but not required - Sight reading, (solfeggio) can be useful in a career involving musical theatre or studio session work.
At A Sharp all of our esteemed voice teachers read music fluently and also teach Piano Lessons.
Children's Voice Lessons Practice Tip of the Week: July 16, 2018
Your teacher will advise you how long your individual practice times should be depending upon your level and age. Practicing often is more productive than having few lengthy practices. Try to make sure you practice later on the same day as your lesson, that way you can reinforce the new things you've learned before they slip your mind.
Please enjoy these videos (below) featuring performances at A Sharp's annual Spring Gala events!