Ready for Voice Lessons?
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Voice Lesson Basics
Most of what we do is private lessons and voice is one of our main focuses. Your voice is an instrument you carry with you every day. It’s uniquely yours and incredibly personal. From learning to sing karaoke or polishing your classical vocal technique, from young kids beginning to develop their ears and voice and muscles, to advanced singers honing their craft, each voice has its own individual strengths and needs.
Did you know Musicologie was voted Best Music Instruction in Columbus by readers of Columbus Parents Magazine? We’ve been among the top studios in town in the trusted family publication since we opened our doors.
Lessons For Beginning Singers
How Old Does My Child Need to Be to Take Singing Lessons?
The muscles and work ethic needed for very intensive vocal training don’t develop until age 12 or so, but starting earlier than that can help kids learn the basics of technique and to develop ear training and musical knowledge. Generally 8 or 9 is about right. As always though, if your child is excited about starting lessons, they should start! So for younger aspiring singers ages 5-8, we often do combination lessons with either piano, guitar, or ukulele to jump start their musical education. For very young singers, we have Musicologie Junior.
What About Voice for Adult Beginners?
It is never too late to start singing! We love adults who are up for the challenge of discovering how to sing. It’s hard work but incredibly rewarding. And we’ll be there to help you set and achieve your specific goals!
The approach to learning at Musicologie is very engaging. We’ve referred friends here for voice, piano and other instruments, it’s a great place!
-Olivia, Musicologie mom since 2014
What About Lessons for Singers with Experience?
If you’ve had some training before, you probably have specific goals in mind for your voice. We’ll pair you with one of our advanced vocal coaches. Some have doctorates and decades of experience in classical technique, some have performed nationally with their bands. Some have voice pedagogy or vocal physiology backgrounds. Some have extensive musical theater experience, or have toured professionally as jazz artists. We want to help you get the voice you want with world-class, university level voice training.
Voice Audition Prep
We love to help singers prepare for musical theater, choir, or college entrance auditions. It’s usually best to start at least 3 months ahead of time if you’ve had training in the past, or 6 to 12 months in advance if you’re new to auditioning. We’ll help you find the perfect piece to show off your strengths, develop individualized vocal exercises to address any areas of weakness, and prepare you for the day of the audition with performance guidance, insider audition tips, and tactics for dealing with stress.
Meet our students
Many of our students are young beginners, but we also have students attending Berkelee, adult who are just starting out, and semi-pro players honing their chops.
Stephanie has been taking lessons since 2016. She’s played in our Guitar Ensemble and is working toward playing open mics.
Sara has been taking lessons since she was five.
She’s breezed through three lesson books and is learning Roar
How voice lessons work at Musicologie
1. Introduce Yourself
Fill out our form so we can get to know you and what your goals are
2. Do an Assessment
We’ll match you with a teacher who will best help you succeed
3. Attend Lessons
Get good! Sign up for weekly lessons and work your butt off!
Voice Coaches and Teachers
Your teacher or coach is the bedrock of your singing lessons and we pride ourselves on finding that perfect fit. Voice teachers at Musicologie have diverse backgrounds and specialized skills. Get to know a few:
Specialties: adolescents, classical
Specialties: jazz and pop
Specialties: Pop, Young Beginners
Join hundreds of other voice students – young and old, beginners and pros
Photo: Kids Recital 2016