Online Singing Lessons for Homeschool

Live, 1-on-1 Online Singing Lessons with Professional Singing Teachers and Engaging Curriculum for Homeschool

60+

Instructors

25,000+

Lessons taught

4.9/5 ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐

Average lesson rating

Live Online Music Lessons - Lesson With You
Live Online Music Lessons - Lesson With You
Live Online Music Lessons - Lesson With You
Online Music Lessons - Lesson With You
Live Online Music Lessons - Lesson With You
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Exceptional Singing Instructors

Take 1-on-1 online singing lesson with teachers from leading music schools. All singing teachers have advanced degrees in voice and significant teaching and performance experience.

Customized Curriculum

Our singing lesson plans are tailored for each student based on their needs and interests. Your child can expect to make measurable progress through engaging repertoire, vocal technique, music theory and more.

Flexible Scheduling, No Contracts

We offer optimal scheduling options that work for you and your child’s busy homeschool curriculum. You can start, stop and resume lessons anytime you want. No contracts ever.

Budget-Friendly

Our online singing lessons are cost-competitive. We also offer a family package discount which is perfect for homeschoolers.

Top Singing Curriculum For Homeschool

Elevate your homeschool program with online singing lessons. Your child will learn to sing properly from the professionals and develop skills which can be applied to other subjects, such as math, history and language.

Expert Voice Instructors

Our professional singing instructors have college degrees in voice with 5+ years of teaching children at all ages and levels.

Unlike pre-recorded lessons, your child will interact with teachers and get live feedback and personalized guidance.

Engaging and Customized Curriculum

We design personalized singing curriculum for each student. This includes vocal exercises like breathing and sound control, along with learning to read music and understanding music theory. These techniques ensure that your child makes steady progress while developing a consistent practice routine that can be easily tracked and measured.

Our teachers prioritize teaching students how to sing correctly without straining their vocal cords. We create an learning environment that sparks imagination and nurtures a genuine love for music.

Try a Half Hour Singing Lesson Completely For Free!

Meet your singing teacher, discuss goals, and begin 1-on-1 instruction.
No contract or credit card necessary.

60+

Instructors

25,000+

Lessons taught

4.9/5 ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐

Average lesson rating

Our Simple Pricing

Payments are per lesson, so you can start and stop whenever you want. No contracts ever.

Free

30-minute trial lesson

$35

Per 30-minute lesson

$50

Per 45-Minute Lesson

$65

Per One-Hour Lesson

All Major Payment Methods Accepted

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Music Lesson Pricing - Lesson With You
Music Lesson Pricing - Lesson With You
Music Lesson Pricing - Lesson With You
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Homeschool Family Lesson Discount

If there are more than one student in your family taking our singing lessons, each full-price lesson gets you a $5 discount on a second lesson in the same week.
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Featured Singing Instructors

Our singing instructors have degrees from internationally recognized music schools and are fully background checked.
Larissa Jones - Live Online Vocal Singing Teacher

Larissa Jones – Voice

M.M. Manhattan School of Music
Geoffrey Schellenberg - Singing Instructor at Lesson With You

Geoffrey Schellenberg – Voice

M.M. University of British Columbia
Karina Valle - Live Online Singing Vocal Teacher

Karina Valle – Voice

M.M. Chicago College of Performing Arts
Tamar Simon Voice Teacher - Lesson With You

Tamar Simon – Voice

M.M. University of British Columbia
Jessa Coleman Singing Teacher

Jessa Coleman – Voice

B.S. Stevenson University
Amberly Winfrey - Live Online Voice Lessons - Lesson With You

Amberly Winfrey – Voice

M.M. Belmont University
Liz Hodge - Live Online Singing lessons - Lesson With You

Liz Hodge – Voice

M.M. San Jose State University
Olivia Gronenthal - Lesson With You Voice Instructor

Olivia Gronenthal – Voice

M.M. Indiana University Bloomington
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Amanda Singh – Voice

M.M. University of Toronto
Nathan Krishnaswami - Online Voice Teacher at Lesson With You - Live Online Singing Lessons

Nathan Krishnaswami – Voice

M.M. Indiana University Bloomington

Flexibility

Online singing lessons are an ideal learning option for homeschool families, allowing them to learn singing at their own pace.

At Lesson With You, your child can receive high-quality private instruction tailored to their busy homeschooling schedules.

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Benefits of online piano lessons for homeschoolers - Lesson With You

Easy Lesson Setup

Getting set up for music lessons has never been easier! You’ll need a few things, such as microphone, computer or laptop, and lesson books.

Don’t worry if you’re not sure what equipment to get – our client service team can help you find the right ones.

A Well-rounded Education

Live online singing lessons are convenient and fun way to enhance a well-rounded homeschool education. By learning to sing, students can improve memory, creativity, and focus, which can benefit other activities in your curriculum.

Plus, students can gain a sense of accomplishment by learning and practicing singing. Start Today!

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Singing Guides for Homeschool Family

Frequently Asked Questions

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Which type of lesson works better for homeschoolers: online or in-person?

For homeschoolers looking to learn how to sing, online singing lessons can be a great option. Generally, they are very similar to in-person lessons, but more affordable and convenient. With just a few pieces of digital equipment, you can set up online lessons from the comfort of your own home. Another benefit is the flexibility they offer with scheduling which many homeschool families find it helpful.

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What equipment do you need for online singing lessons?

Students will need high-speed internet and lesson equipment, such as a microphone, computer or laptop, and lesson books. We use Zoom as our live lesson platform. If you have any questions or concerns about the equipment or lesson setup, please don’t hesitate to contact our client service team!

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How much are the singing lessons? Is there a family lesson discount?

Our singing lessons are priced to fit the needs of everyone, including children and families. We offer fixed rates of $35 for a half hour lesson, $50 for 45 minutes, and $65 per hour. If you have multiple children interested in taking singing lessons from the same teacher, we also offer a special family discount. To help you with planning and budgeting, we’ve created exclusive lesson cost guides for singing. Check our lesson cost guide HERE.

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What's the ideal age for a child to begin singing lessons?

The best age for a child to start singing lessons is between the ages of 7 and 9 years old. At this age, children have developed fine motor and cognitive skills, and understand the concepts of “teaching,” “learning,” and “practicing.” At Lesson With You, we accept students 5 and up. For those under 13, we recommend that a parent be present during lessons for an outstanding learning experience.

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How often should my child practice singing, and for how long?

The frequency and duration of singing practice for homeschoolers may vary depending on their schedule, curriculum, age, level and goals. Our voice instructors generally recommend setting aside a consistent time each day for practice, ideally 15 minutes on average. Even if your child is only able to practice for 10 minutes daily, consistent practice can still result in progress over time.
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What will my child learn in singing lessons?

When your child takes singing lessons with us, they’ll learn both the technical and artistic aspects of singing. Our voice teachers may suggest warm-up and technical exercises to help your child build vocal strength and improve their pitch accuracy. They’ll also learn how to read music and practice singing using vocal techniques. As a homeschooling parent, you can help your child build a good practice routine and ensure they’re making steady progress in singing.

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Can my child prepare for recitals or competitions?

Of course! Preparing for exams or competitions is a great idea for children to develop a strong work ethic and goal-oriented mindset. We welcome students who are interested in preparing for music exams or competitions. Our professional teachers have extensive experience in selecting vocal repertoire and preparing students for performances. If you are interested in this, please let our support team know when you request a trial lesson.

Frequently Asked Questions - iLive Online Music Lessons with Top music instructors

How do online voice lessons compare to learning from software or recorded classes?

Unlike self-learning from software or pre-recorded videos, online singing lessons actually let you interact with live teachers. During online singing lessons, your teacher will be able to observe and hear how you sing, and provide practical guidance to help you improve. This interactive approach, involving observing, imitating, and practicing, is often the most effective way to learn singing.

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