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NYC Voice Lessons

The voice is the most personal instrument of all. It’s a passionate instrument that moves people from tears to laughter. Like the guitar and piano the voice is an extremely diverse instrument featured in opera, jazz, pop, rock and Broadway. Some great examples of vocalist who stir the emotions of listeners across the globe are Luciano Pavarotti, ella fitzgerald, Frank Sinatra and Freddie Mercury.

We all have the potential to use our voices as an instrument. Most of the time when people think they don’t have a good voice, or have been told this, it’s because they are singing from the neck up. The voice is a full body experience. Without the support of the diaphram it’s like pushing a door that says pull. Everyone can learn to sing and there is no age that is too young or too old!

Frequently Asked Questions:

1. Is my child too young to start taking voice lessons?

The great thing about the voice is as that you can start singing before you can even speak! There are many voice exercises and games that can be given at a very early age. Around 12 years of age you can start to take more intensive lessons.

2. I am tone deaf. Can I take voice lessons to improve?

Yes! There are too many people in the world that have been told they have terrible voices at an early age. It’s true that some people, like Bobby Mcfarren, are naturally gifted with incredible voices. But like any other instrument, with a good teacher and dedication, we can become great vocalists.

3. Am I too old to start taking vocal lessons?

You are never too old!

Student Teacher Match Form

We like to think of Teacher Tone as the musical match makers of private lessons. We take great pride in evaluating our students to make sure we find the absolutely perfect student/teacher match. Below you will find a series of questions that will help us to make the match. We want to pair you with the right teacher from the start, so that you can begin learning in a healthy environment right away!

There are 3 ways to get started:

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  1. Get matched for an introductory lesson right away by Registering for Lessons
  2. Have a question, shoot us an email for a speedy reply
  3. Give us a call and we'll call you back as soon as we are not teaching (646) 233-2258
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