Interested in Voice Lessons?
Taking voice lessons can be an exhilarating, even life changing experience. Why? Well, learning how to sing is a fulfilling and fascinating process. Using your body as an instrument is a tradition as old as music itself, and improving as a singer naturally gives you more self-confidence, poise, relaxation, and a vehicle for self-expression. Learning how the resonance of your skull, the control of your breath and projection, and the shaping of your vowels create joyous sound is a remarkable journey.
Various Singing Styles
Here in Cincinnati, voice lessons can take a number of forms. You may want to sing in your church choir. Perhaps you are curious about opera, art songs, and other time-honored classical traditions. Maybe you would like to sing R&B, or pop, or country. The great jazz or blues singers like Ella Fitzgerald, Billie Holiday, Etta James, or Mahalia Jackson may inspire your voice. (Or, for that matter, Frank Sinatra, Tony Bennett, Muddy Waters, and Mel Torme.)
Or, it could be that your calling is rock, and you want to join a band. Singers of heavy metal can gain a lot from voice lessons too.
No matter what you want to sing, our lessons can help you find and develop your voice.
Voice Lessons at Toedtman School of Music
The Toedtman School of Music has featured Cincinnati voice lessons for more than four decades, and hosts lessons with two remarkable vocal coaches. Soprano Jenna Schroer earned a master’s degree in Voice from CCM (University of Cincinnati’s College Conservatory of Music), and has performed the title role in Puccini’s Suor Angelica, Lady Billows in Britten’s Albert Herring, and Madame Lidoine in Poulenc’s Dialogues of the Carmelites. She also sings Kirtan music, sacred choral music, and chamber music. It is her belief that if you can speak, you can sing, and she has taught vocal students from the age of 5 to the age of 65.
Cincinnati Singing Lessons
For singing lessons in Cincinnati, contact Toedtman School of Music, Cincinnati’s oldest private music school, by phone at 513.772.7900, or with the contact form below. Learn more about getting a free music lesson!