Children's Group Singing Lessons
Talking is the voice of human, singing is the voice of soul.
Clarissa Pinkola Estés
Benefits of Children's Group Singing Lessons
There's a myriad of benefits for students to participate in group singing lessons. Group lessons are a cost-effective way to introduce music to your child or teen, and a great starting point for students that love to sing but are apprehensive about participating in lessons by themselves. Students of course always have the option of moving to an individual lesson at a later stage if preferred.
Group singing lessons enable students to feel a positive sense of social inclusion with like-minded people that share their passion for singing. It provides a wonderful positive platform for self-expression and introduces healthy vocal techniques that support the strength and longevity of your voice.
Lessons are carried out in a supportive and uplifting environment conducive to providing an optimal learning experience for all students.
Students will be introduced to vocal technique and music literacy in a fun, tactile, and interactive way. Above all, lessons are designed to be fun!
What will students learn?
Students will be guided through songs both as a collective and have the opportunity to sing solo or solo parts in a chosen piece.
All key principles covered in individual classes will also be covered in group classes. This will include, warm-ups, scales, vocal technique, musicality (refinement of pitch & rhythm - the pillars of a good vocalist) and more.
The repertoire of songs covered will be chosen based on catering to the musical interests of the group and that appropriate to the overall level of the group.
How Do Group Lessons Work?
Students are grouped together with those of a similar age and level of experience. Students are not required to have prior music experience as lessons cater for all levels and students will be guided appropriately for whatever level they are at. Group classes can run for a minimum of two people and a maximum of 4.