Taking singing lessons can greatly enhance one’s confidence, strength, and overall musical ability, which can have a positive impact on many aspects of life. At STL Rock School, we cater to individuals of all ages and skill levels, helping them develop their voices into powerful instruments. Our experienced instructors teach proper techniques and skills to both beginner and advanced students, enabling them to become skilled vocalists.
Singing lessons for beginners cater to children as young as 7 years old, teaching them the basics of reading music, matching pitch, and most importantly, boosting their confidence. Developing confidence is an integral aspect of mastering the voice as an instrument. Early initiation into singing can provide the foundation a child requires to perform in front of a large audience.
As singers progress from intermediate to advanced vocal lessons, they gain a deeper understanding of music. They learn to widen their vocal range, master proper breathing techniques, and project their voices for a more mature sound. Furthermore, students can choose the singing style that suits their preferences, such as pop, rock, or even classical. Participating in both private lessons and the rock band program is highly recommended for singers.
“In the year that have have taken voice lessons at STL Rock School, my voice has dramatically improved! We work on technique to improve my tone for my band performances and school choir. I really enjoy it and look forward to lessons every week.”
-Madi Nuernberger (student)
One-on-one singing lessons are a great option for those who prefer a private learning environment. Through these lessons, students can develop their breathing techniques, vocal range, and confidence in singing. If they choose to, they can later try out group lessons.
If you’re looking to showcase your vocal skills, joining a rock band can be a great opportunity! As a singer in a band, you’ll have the chance to master both lead vocals and harmonies, and even explore playing an instrument if you’re interested.