Voice Lessons

Learn more about local Voice Lessons

Ready to take your singing to the next level? Whether your aim is be the next American Idol or simply sound better in the shower, we can help you get going within 24 hours! Students of all ages and levels of ability are welcome. Scheduling is flexible and there are no contracts or commitments. We offer in-home, in-studio, and online voice lessons. Just give us call, tell us a little bit about what you're looking for, and we'll help match you with a great voice teacher in your area today!

How it Works

It's easy. We'll ask you for some basic information about your schedule, your interests, and where you'd like to have lessons. When you're matched up, you'll receive your teacher's contact information and profile. Your teacher will then call you to introduce themselves and schedule your first lesson.

Great Voice Teachers

The voice teachers we work with are professionals and have at least a bachelors degree in music and significant teaching and performing experience. Their specialties range from pop and R&B to musical theater to opera. With some many voice teachers to choose from, you're sure to find the perfect teacher for you!

Gift Certificates

Voice lesson gift certificates mak the perfect gift this holiday season! They're available in groups of 4, 6, 8, 12, and 16 lessons. Learn More...

Great Match Guarantee™

We pride ourselves on matching students with the right teachers. However, if you're unsatisfied in any way with your first voice lesson, just let us know and we'll be happy to either refund your first lesson or match you with another voice teacher -- that's our Great Match Guarantee™.

Safe & Sound™

It's a clever play on words but we take this stuff seriously. All of the teachers we work with pass a criminal background check in addition to their normal reference check. You can learn more about our Safe and Sound™ program here.

Student Reviews

Wendy P. Recommendation

Wendy provides voice lessons to both of our teenage children, ages 16 and 14 years old. She is truly outstanding. Wendy has a calming way about her that puts our kids at ease and makes the lessons enjoyable. She is very professional, always on time, and a pleasure to work with. She is outstanding at identifying strengths and weaknesses in vocal performance and has really helped both of our children improve. She comes highly recommended!

Mark & Kelly - Arlington Heights, IL Teacher: Wendy P.

How to warm up your voice so you can sing your best and stay healthy!

Even those who haven't taken voice lessons know the familiar sound of singers warming up. In movies and television shows, you'll see them backstage, calming their nerves by singing scales over and over again. Though it might be a cliché, singers actually do warm up before a performance, and for very good reason.

It's just like how athletes warm up their muscles before a game. Singing is the product of a number of very small muscles. Singing lessons help you identify and strengthen these muscles so that you have better control over them, leading to a better sound and a greater range of sound. And just like the muscles in your legs, you can't use your singing muscles to their maximum potential until you've warmed them up with gentle exercises.

Scales are just one of the many vocal warm-up exercises. Each one targets a different muscle used to make sound, from your cheeks, to your tongue, to the tiny muscles in your throat. For those who are interested in singing lessons and want to know more about these exercises, or for those who are already singing and need a quick reference, we've created an infographic that explains how to warm up your voice. It isn't comprehensive (you'll need voice lessons for that), but it gives you 7 easy steps to keep your voice sounding its best.

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Voice Lessons are Available in the Following Cities and Counties:

District Of Columbia

Washington DC