Voice Lessons in Clarendon Hills, IL
Have you ever dreamed of singing like Sheryl Crow, Mary J. Blige or Beyoncee? Well with voice lessons you can make the dream a reality!
All voice students are welcome to use Encore Music Lessons, no matter what they're current level is. Voice lessons can be anytime you want - mornings, afternoons, evenings and weekends.
Voice Lessons At Home or Clarendon Hills Teacher's Studio
To provide you with the best possible experience, voice lessons can be in your home or office taking into account your schedule. Or if you prefer, you can arrange to take lessons at a teacher's studio nearby.
You can get started by speaking to one of our helpful staff. Call us at (312) 377-6663 or fill out the Inquiry Form to get a call back.
Top 5 Reasons to Choose Encore Music Lessons
- Convenient Locations in Clarendon Hills: Take in-home voice lessons or lessons in a teacher's studio.
- Request a Clarendon Hills voice teacher yourself from our Teacher Directory, or simply let us know your preferred schedule and we'll connect you with an instructor that can accommodate you.
- Registration is Free: It costs nothing to sign up!
- Accomodating schedules: With such a large selection of voice instructors in Clarendon Hills , connecting to a teacher who's schedule matches yours is simple.
- All ages, levels, and styles are taught.
I was very skeptical about hiring online and had every intention of it being very difficult but then, Stephanie walked in! Professional, courteous, warm and OMG! What a VOICE! Both my daughter and I fell in love with her instantly! My daughter has enjoyed a year of learning and improving not only her voice but her confidence as well, and I have enjoyed the ease of scheduling and payment set up by encore. I would strongly recommend Stephanie to anyone looking for a voice instructor as well as this service. Peace of mind, great prices and a wonderful teacher - what more could a parent ask for?Mathilda Markogiannakis - West Newton, MA
About the Voice
A melisma occurs when a singer switches pitch while singing the same syllable. It is used heavily in baroque vocal music, as well as to a somewhat lesser extent in popular music.