Live, Online Singing Lessons

1-on-1 Singing Lessons with Professional
Singing Teachers through Zoom.




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Exceptional Singing Instructors

Take 1-on-1 online singing lesson with instructors from top music schools. All instructors have college degrees in voice and exclusively teach voice. They have extensive teaching history and performed worldwide on prestigious philharmonic stages.

Customized Lesson Plans

Our singing lesson plans are tailored for each student based on their level and goals. Students can expect to make measurable progress through engaging repertoire, vocal technique, theory and more.

Flexible Scheduling, No Contracts

We offer optimal scheduling options that work for you, so you can start, stop and resume lessons anytime you want. No contracts ever.

Try a Half Hour Singing Lesson Completely For Free!

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




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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 (Present)
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
Jess Kerber - Live online singing and guitar lessons - Lesson With You

Jess Kerber – Commercial Voice

B.M. Berklee College of Music
Amberly Winfrey - Live Online Voice Lessons - Lesson With You

Amberly Winfrey – Commercial 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
Live Online Singing Lessons - Lesson With You - Amanda

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

Our Simple Pricing

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


30-minute trial lesson


Per 30-minute lesson


Per 45-Minute Lesson


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

Tell us what you're looking for

Fill out our signup form and share with us your preferred styles, level of experience, and most convenient time for your lessons.

Get matched with a teacher

After you submit the form, our client service team will reach out to you to schedule a complimentary lesson. We’ll match you with the most suitable and available teacher.

Start a trial lesson!

You’re all set for a trial! You’ll soon get a confirmation email along with guidelines to help you set up your first voice lesson. After the trial, we’ll be in touch to discuss the next steps.

!! Things you need before signing up for a trial lesson

To get started, you’ll need high-speed internet, and computer or laptop. We encourage you to prepare these lesson material before signing up for the trial lesson.  Check out our Get Started Guide for more information.
As the leading provider of singing lessons, we’re proud to have provided thousands of high quality lessons for students around the world.


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Helen L.

Singing Lessons
We’ve had a great experience with our daughter taking singing lessons through Lesson With You. The lessons are more affordable and the teacher is better than any we could find locally. I can only see positive aspects of online music lessons; it’s like having a professional teacher come safely into our home. The few times we’ve had to reschedule or cancel have been no problem. After a year of lessons, our daughter loves singing more than ever and has improved more than we could have imagined.

Viazadora C.

Singing Lessons

I truly enjoyed my singing session with Larissa. I was having problems with breathing techniques to hold and sing longer tunes. In one lesson it’s amazing how I now can hold a note a little longer. I am happy and thankful to have such a professional person who really cares helping me out.


Joshua B.

Singing Lessons
One of the things that I look for in a vocal instructor is feeling comfortable and let me tell you I felt like I knew Amberly my whole life! She’s the sweetest and she makes you feel so welcomed . My first singing lesson with her I learned so much ! And I’m already making progress…She also answers all my questions and concerns. Very knowledgeable! I can’t wait for my next lesson with her. If you’re a shy/nervous person who can’t sing in front of people.. Amberly is the perfect instructor for you! Thank you so much.
How much do singing lessons cost? Lesson With You Lessons pricing guide

The average price for a half-hour singing lesson is $35, while we offer lessons at only $35 per a half hour lesson.

Live online singing lessons typically charge between $20-40 per a half hour lesson. Local private lessons range from $35-50 for a half hour lesson, while in-person group lessons cost $20 per student for a half hour lesson.

Check out our singing lesson pricing guide for more info.

Singing Guides for All Levels

Why Choose Lesson With You?

Top Singing Teachers

Our expert voice teachers bring their passion and expertise in every lesson. What sets us apart from other websites is that our teachers exclusively teach singing.

With professional college degrees in voice, extensive teaching experience, and success in international competitions, our instructors are dedicated to delivering the best live online singing lessons.

Our instructors specialize in various musical styles, including Pop, Classical (opera), Rock, Country, Gospel, Musical Theatre, and Jazz.

Customized Lesson Plan

Our singing lessons are designed to be engaging while also providing clear and measurable goals. 

Your lesson plans are personalized by our teachers who are passionate about tailoring the lessons to your musical interests, age, and objectives.

We also love hearing from our students! The feedback helps us make our singing lessons even better.

Best Lesson Experience

The benefits of Lesson With You Singing Lessons include:

  • Free trial
  • No long-term contract
  • No hidden fees
  • Fixed lesson cost
  • Dedicated team of client service
  • Timely account management
  • Background-checked teachers

We offer spring and winter Virtual Concert Series, complimentary for all active students. We believe that getting ready and improving your performance skill is a great way to develop your musicianship and show your dedication to mastering singing.

Frequently Asked Questions

What's the difference between online and in-person singing lessons?

If you’re looking for flexible scheduling and affordable pricing, online lessons could be the perfect fit for you! Our live online singing lessons are designed to be just as effective as in-person lessons. One advantage of online lessons is the ability to learn singing at your own pace and on a schedule that suits you, all from the comfort of your own home. When beginning a singing lesson, what truly matters is the quality of the teacher, the level of structured instruction, and the reasonable cost. 

Can anyone become a better singer?

We believe that anyone can become a better singer; it’s just a matter of understanding your voice range, type, and getting customized guidance on improving your vocal range, dynamics, and control. Whether you’re a beginner with no prior experience or knowledge, our dedicated instructors are passionate about helping every learner improve their singing and proper techniques. If you’re unsure about where to start or what styles to explore, don’t worry! Our instructors will tailor the singing lessons to your interests, level, and goals.

Our free trial lesson is a great opportunity to begin. See how our lessons can work for you!

Check out our recent article for more: “Can anyone really become a better singer?”

What's the best age to start singing lessons?

The ideal age for a child to begin singing lessons is between the ages of 7 and 9. It also depends on your child’s individual development and their interest in learning to sing. At Lesson With You, we welcome students aged 7 and up, and for those under 10, we recommend that a parent be present during lessons.

For adults, it’s never too late to begin singing lessons. Start your journey today!


Helpful article: What’s the Best Age to Learn Singing?

How do live online singing lessons work?

For live online singing lessons, students and teachers use video chat platforms such as Zoom, GoogleMeet, and Skype. We use Zoom for our lessons.

At Lesson With You, once you submit the signup form, our customer service team will match you with a voice teacher who is the perfect fit in terms of teaching style, personality, and schedule. If you have any specific preferences, you can include them as additional requests in the form we send you later.

Once your trial lesson is scheduled, we will also provide guidance on setting up the Zoom meeting. After the trial lesson, our client engagement team will follow up with you.

How much do singing lessons cost?

Did you know? The average price for a half hour singing lesson is $40, but Lesson With You charges only $35. According to our recent lesson cost guide, online lessons using video chats typically charge $38 for a half hour lesson. Local voice lessons range from $35 to $65 for a half hour lesson.

At Lesson With You, we offer competitive, fixed rates of $35 for a half hour lesson, $50 for 45 minutes, and $65 per hour.

Can voice lessons help with singing confidence?

Certainly! Building confidence in singing comes from a deep understanding of your singing habits and knowing how to improve and practice effectively. Your teacher will help you grow as a better singer by offering valuable insights on what to work on and how to do it. They will also help you with correct posture and exercises to make sure you can sing without strain and with comfort.

What vocal techniques will I learn during singing lessons?

In singing lessons, you will learn various techniques such as breathing, posture, vocal warm-ups, and intonation. These techniques are important to create a clear and healthy voice tone, as well as expand your vocal range without causing tension in your vocal cords. You’ll also learn music reading skills, theory and performance techniques, including making expression.

Helpful article: 9 Vocal Techniques to Improve Your Singing

Will voice lessons help with straining?

Absolutely! Voice lessons are essential in reducing straining. They focus on improving vocal technique, breathing, and control, all of which contribute to a strain-free singing experience.


Our voice instructors offer personalized guidance, teaching techniques to minimize vocal tension, and providing exercises that improve voice range and strength. With consistent lessons, you can build the stamina and control necessary to sing with ease and confidence while minimizing straining.

How do you learn vibrato?

You’ll start by improving your singing posture and mastering diaphragmatic breathing. Vibrato also requires sustaining notes, controlling your breath, and tweaking or varying your pitch. However, learning vibrato can be complex, and many singers often develop incorrect vibrato techniques initially. If you’re looking for help or want to learn vibrato, a professional voice teacher can support you all along the way.

What's the difference between classical and commercial training?

Classical vocal training emphasizes a precise, traditional approach to singing. It focuses on basic technique, breath control, and singing in various languages with correct dictions. On the other hand, commercial training is more about singing with your own style with vocal color, especially for popular music.

Both types of training have their unique values and are better suited for different singing styles and performance genres. If you’re interested in learning arias, folk songs, Musical theatre, or hymns, classical training is a great choice. On the other hand, if you want to learn songs in Pop, Country, or R&B, commercial training is a good start.

Can online singing lessons help me improve my vocal range and control?

Absolutely! In fact, many students come across difficulties when trying to learn voice or singing in a choir on their own. Our live online singing lessons can help you improve your vocal range and control. Expert teachers can help you develop proper breathing techniques and posture, improve pitch accuracy, and work on repertoire that suits your vocal style and range. You’ll also learn various exercises and techniques to help you expand your vocal range without hurting your vocal cords or causing muscle tension.

Why do I keep running out of breath during singing?

Running out of breath while singing is a common challenge, often caused by incorrect breath control or vocal techniques. Taking deep breaths from your diaphragm, practicing breathing exercises, and building stamina through vocal exercises can help. 

A voice instructor can offer personalized guidance to improve your breath control. They will help you identify specific areas for improvement and customize warm-up exercises to strengthen your vocal cords and lung capacity.

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