Singing Lessons for Beginners


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Singing Lessons for Beginners

<p><b><a href="/courses/art-classes-sydney/music-singing-choir-courses-classes-sydney">Learn how to sing</a> in Sydney with this beginners class.</b></p><p>Basic techniques of voice production are

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Course description

Learn how to sing in Sydney with this beginners class.

Basic techniques of voice production are explored in a group setting. The aim is to help students develop vocal freedom and increase their confidence in their voice and how to use it. Singers will learn how to utilise the whole body efficiently to make singing easier and more enjoyable!

This fun eight week course combines the practical with the technical – all designed to help you make the most of your voice. The first four weeks will be spent learning basic techniques, while the second four weeks will be focused on performance skills with an aim for each student to perform an individual piece of their choosing in the final week. The classes are more than a singalong group, students will learn solid vocal concepts covered in private singing lessons.

Each class has:

  • technical/musical ideas to explore and learn
  • a chance to ask questions about singing
  • practical application of class ideas
  • singing of songs in a group setting
Ideal for…

This course is designed for individuals who have little or no vocal experience but have always wanted to sing.

Course content
  • Sing assigned vocal exercises; learn about basic voice function
  • Prepare assigned repertoire for class, solo and group performance opportunities
  • Learn repertoire demonstrating various styles
  • Practicing consistently to develop good vocal habits and increase confidence
Learning outcomes

By the end of this course you will have learned how to:

  • demonstrate a balanced and efficient posture for singing
  • understand the basic principles of vocal production that give vocal freedom
  • connect the idea of good breathing to posture
  • understand and demonstrate the emotional interpretation and musicality within songs
  • display greater confidence in your voice and using it to perform
  • understand the basic principals of scales and harmony
Please come prepared
  • A display folder
  • Pen
  • Notepad (optional)
  • Water bottle

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Course testimonials:

  • Jason said: Good teacher, uses positive reinforcement well, good balance between practice and theory. Draws upon own experiences well to help students. Presentation of written materials might benefit from some polishing but are still appropriate and useful. Really enjoyed the class and would happily recommend.

  • Carmel said: Luke explained the technical aspects of singing in simple terms allowing participants to develop their vocal ability. He created a supportive environment to enable each student to feel comfortable and confident singing solo. We all agreed a beginners choir might be a good follow on course to put our new found knowledge into practice.

  • Monica said: Loved this course. Went in thinking I could never sing in front of an audience but finished with a solo performance. Who would have thought it! Luke was a great teacher. Just the right mix of theory and practice and lots of fun. He made it non-threatening and encouraged all students to do their best and gave constructive feedback to each of us. He is a very generous person both with his time and with his knowledge. I would recommend this course for anyone who just loves to sing for the sake of it. The class thought it would be good to follow this with a choir just for beginners, nothing too serious, just a chance to practice and have some fun. I understand there is already a college choir but it is by audition only and seems to be classical. I'm looking for something a bit less formal. I hope the college takes on this suggestion. Luke said he would be prepared to lead it if there was enough interest and the college was happy to do it.

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