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Brampton Voice & Singing Lessons

Vocal Lessons Brampton Ontario at Brampton School of Music

Brampton School of Music offers voice/singing lessons for ages 7 and up.   Our voice instructors focus primarily on popular music like pop and R&B, and are comfortable with classical and jazz as well. If you have always wanted to be a better rock, pop, country, jazz, gospel or R&B singer, Brampton School of Music has the right voice teachers for you. Our vocal students spend time doing physical exercises to improve their vocal range, ear training, breath control, vibrato, tone production, and stage presence. All of our students set musical goals with their teacher to work on sounding like their favourite artists, or to develop their own unique voice.

Voice and Singing Lessons at Brampton School of Music

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

What Kind of Music Will I Learn How to Sing?

Our voice teachers generally focus on modern music and are comfortable with classical and jazz as well.  Our students will learn vocal techniques while learning how to sing their favorite songs.

Are Your Voice Teachers Qualified?

Our voice teachers have received their education from institutions such as York University, Western University, Humber College, Mohawk College, University of Toronto, and the Royal Conservatory of Music. Many of our vocal instructors have gone on performance tours of Canada and the US, and have years of experience in teaching and performing. They are also hand picked for their friendly and warm personalities. All of our singing teachers strive to get to know each student and their parents personally, and to become familiar with your personal musical goals.

What's the Best Age to Start Singing Lessons?

We recommend children be 7 years old before they start singing lessons.  Learning how to sing requires a fairly developed lung capacity.  Children under 7 may find certain voice techniques physically demanding and a bit difficult. It’s often better for a child to wait until they are a bit older as to avoid potential problems in the future.  Try not to confuse this with singing in music lessons.  Singing along with the melody in your piano or guitar lessons is extremely  valuable.  Simply singing along quietly is unlikely to damage your voice where as learning how to project and sing from your diaphragm requires more development.

GET THE MOST FROM YOUR VOICE LESSONS

Ready to sing like your favorite recording artist? Perhaps you want develop your own unique style?
Here are a few tips to help you get the most out of your singing lessons with Brampton School of Music.
START SINGING LESSONS AT THE RIGHT AGE
We recommend voice students start at age 7 and up. Learning how to sing requires a fairly developed lung capacity. Younger children may find some voice techniques too difficult and physically demanding. It’s often better to wait until the child is physically ready as to avoid potential problems in the future. This should not be confused with singing in your piano or guitar lessons. Singing along with the melody in your music lessons is very good for learning. Simply singing along quietly shouldn't cause damage to your voice where as learning how to project and sing from your diaphragm requires more development.
SET GOALS IN YOUR SINGING LESSONS
Setting goals in your voice classes is an amazing way to keep you motivated! When you focus on reaching your music lesson goal you will practice more, achieve more, and ultimately feel great about your improvement. Here at the Brampton School of Music we have a few awesome programs for our voice students to set personal musical goals. There are at least two optional recitals every year, our exclusive Musical Ladder System, and our 150 Day Music Lesson Practice Challenge. The rewards programs are fun for all instruments including singing lessons.
SET A REGULAR PRACTICE SCHEDULE
Developing a regular practice schedule will help make sure you’re are constantly progressing in your voice lessons. Try to make sure that your routine is daily. It’s much better to practice singing a few minutes each day then to cram the day before your vocal lesson. It may be difficult to practice every day so you can give yourself a break every once in a while. Just remember that consistency is the key to music lesson success. As a voice student you don't necessarily need to sit down at an instrument to practice. Singing in the shower is considered practice as long as you are focusing on your lesson materiel. Try not to drive your family crazy though 🙂
SING IN MUSIC RECITAL OR PERFORMANCE
Singing in a music recital or performance can be a great way for parents to know if their kids are progressing in their singing lessons. Preparing for the concert means that you need to practice one or two songs until you are ready to perform them. This also gives the students and teachers something to focus on in their music lessons. Brampton School of Music offers at least two performance opportunities every year as well as frequent retirement home concerts for the community.
TAKE LESSONS FROM A QUALIFIED AND FUN VOICE TEACHER
Learning how to sing is more than just belting out a few tunes in the shower. Believe it or not there are many important techniques you can learn in your voice lessons. Having a qualified vocal teacher will help you learn how to project, how to sing from your diaphragm, and even protect your voice from damage. Your singing teacher should also be fun and relatable with a passion for helping you grow as a musician. Brampton School of Music teachers have warm personalities and will take the time to get to know you and the music you are interested in learning.
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IT'S EASY TO TAKE THE FIRST STEP

Sign up is easy and parent-friendly, with helpful staff available seven days a week to serve you. Because we only offer lessons on a month-to-month basis, there are no large upfront payments, no complicated contracts, no annual material or performance fees, and no semester minimums.
Ready to Start Music Lessons at Brampton School of Music

READY TO START? YOU HAVE NOTHING TO LOSE.

Lessons are first come, first serve, so contact us today to arrange your first lesson!

PRICING

$30/30 minute private music lesson
A one-time registration fee is $25 (due only at time of registration)

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