Live, Online Singing Lessons Near Kansas City, Kansas
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We are proud to offer the best value for singing lessons in the Kansas City, Kansas area.
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The average price for a half-hour singing lesson in Kansas City is $35, while we offer lessons at only $30 per a half hour lesson.
Live online singing lessons using Zoom or Skype typically charge between $20-40 per a half hour lesson. Local private one-on-one lessons range from $30-50 for a half hour lesson, while in-person group lessons cost $20 per student for a half hour lesson.
Find the Best Singing Lesson Experience in Kansas City, Kansas
Our professional singing instructors have college degrees in voice performance and at least a few years of singing teaching and concert or tour experience.
Top singing instructors like ours also have numerous high quality recordings and extensive repertoire.
Successful lesson plans are structured, measurable and trackable.
Our singing teachers will provide excellent voice instruction based on lesson plans customized for each student.
We also value our student feedback, which will be shared with the instructors.
Students will need the following equipment for an outstanding learning experience.
- Lesson books
The Lesson With You client service team will assist you with finding the right equipment.
What’s the difference between online and in-person singing lessons?
Private online singing lessons are very similar to in-person lessons, except more affordable and more convenient. Live online lessons are becoming more popular since you can interact in real time in the comfort of your home. Before each online lesson, you will need to set up a few equipments such computer, microphone, webcam and lesson book.
The average price for a half hour singing lesson in Kansas City is $30. Live online lessons using video chats such as Zoom or Skype, charge between $20-40 for a half hour lesson. Local private one-on-one voice lessons range from $35-50 for a half hour lesson, while in-person group lessons can cost $25 for a half hour lesson.
Singing lesson pricing can vary widely depending on the teacher’s education and expertise level, the location, years of teaching and lesson length. In-person private lessons typically charge more than online lessons, and the cost of individual or group singing lessons start as low as $40 per hour.
How old should children be before starting singing lessons?
We accept students age 5 and up, although students under 13 should have a parent in the room with them for successful voice lessons. For children who are young to read music right away, we encourage our teachers to give more fun and activity-focused musical instruction. Activities includes rhythm games, ear training, and even improvisation in order to develop musical abilities.
How do online singing lessons work for beginners?
First, it’s important to let your voice instructor know your goals and interests. What style are you looking for? Classical, Rock or Jazz? Do you like to sing popular music by Taylor Swift? Are you in a school or church choir?
Then, our instructor will make recommendations from getting the right lesson equipment and lesson book (if applicable). After scheduling a regular singing lesson, try practicing the breathing exercise on a regular basis. There’s no rush – what matters for beginners is finding the right practice routine without hurting their vocal cords.
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