SINGING LESSONS WITH A DIFFERENCE
Voice to voice, aurally and orally the way songs have been passed down for thousands of years and still done in many cultures. It encourages deep listening and connection with your voice and other singers on a deeper and emotional level.
Singing is our birthright. Some of us have nurtured that ability and others haven't had the opportunity to do so. The good news is, IT'S NOT TOO LATE!!!
You can start now!!! In the past 7 years, I have helped many people reclaim their voice and gone on to join various choirs and reap the benefits of singing especially singing in a community choir setting.
No sight-reading ability required. We could talk before we learnt to write or read. We can sing without reading a single note of music!
WHO CAN BENEFIT FROM THESE LESSONS?
WHEN DO THE LESSONS TAKE PLACE
Spaces are now available on Tuesday and Thursdays between 10:30 am-3pm and 6:30 pm-8 pm.
$30/ half an hour
$50/ 1hr (individual)
$ 80/1hr (2 people)
WHAT TO DO NEXT?
Email firstname.lastname@example.org to book your place!
When I attended my first lesson with Lala, I was unable to sing in tune and had no idea how to go about making the right sounds. I couldn’t imagine how a teacher could ever turn such a pig’s ear into a silk purse, but over a few weeks and with much laughter and hilarity, Lala managed it.
She taught me to hear in a way I never had before. It was as if something in my brain rejigged so that instead of listening to notes passively, I was able to reproduce them. Most of my other activities depend greatly on intellect and it was entirely liberating to discover another way of learning. Gradually I learnt to not only hear and reproduce notes, but also intervals and scales, then whole tunes. The exhilaration was like that of a baby learning to walk, which is pretty special when you are in your seventies.
Lala proved to me beyond doubt that I was perfectly able to reach much higher notes than I had ever imagined. Thus, a new soprano joined the world of choir!
The benefits of belonging to a choir are manifold. The release of endorphins that
accompanies singing with others brings me joy and energy, no matter what the state of the world. I am making new friends, going new places, reaching new vocal heights – and
Jenny Robin Jones- Writer