Lessons are typically for 30, 45 or 60 minutes. A typical session will include a combination of technical excercises, discussion of concepts in singing and working through songs. It may also include work on acting, interpretation, languages and music theory.
Individual programs of study are crafted by the teacher for each student in order to meet individual goals. It is normal for the program to consist of a continuing series of weekly lessons.
Singing for fun and relaxation - an opportunity for those who might undertake self-development classes such as tai chi, pilates and yoga to explore their natural voice. Not only about singing, it is also an excellent course for people, such as teachers, who rely on their voice in their professional lives and are looking for endurance skills and a greater range of expression in everyday communication. This is be a way beginners such as choral singers who have never formally studied may like to begin exploring the world of singing technique. 3 to 5 students in a class.
Vocal repertoire workshop - Students get together to share their current projects, perform for one another and learn from watching others as their material is workshopped.