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Group Singing Lessons

Voice: the best instrument.

The easiest. The one that comes naturally to young children.


We charge tuition for the full academic school year. Students that arrive after the school year has started receive prorated tuition.

Crickets $938

Canaries $969


our signature singing program.

Crickets 4+   Canaries 6+yrs.   Songbirds 9+yrs

Our signature singing program was created in 2015, and is an integrated curriculum for young children who are eager to learn singing but are either not yet ready to participate in a private voice studio, would rather participate in a group setting or would like ensemble experience (songbirds). In our sessions they receive their first primer in vocal technique, they are introduced to basic theory (solfege, music scales and triads), and they start singing--and building, a song repertory appropriate for their age. They also have a lot of fun--many games and activities are built in to help learn aural skills, songs, and reinforce theory concepts that will strengthen their musicianship skills necessary to sing later in a choir or to pursue private lessons in the studio.

Crickets is for little singers 4 years and older, Canaries is for students about 6yrs of age, and does not require any prior musical experience. Canaries tuition covers: *one weekly group class.

Songbirds is for students 9 yrs and older, and is for students that have either already participated in our Canaries program and are transitioning out, or already are participating in another musical program (i.e. piano, or a private studio). An individual assessment is required for placement in this group as aural skills, basic music theory and basic sight-reading skills are required. BOOK A SONGBIRD ASSESSMENT.

In each class we will:

*Learn fun songs and games throughout the semester that are age-appropriate, and promote a healthy singing voice--led by teachers with experience in pediatric voices.

*Learn beginning sight-reading, scales, and theory requirements for the preparatory level of standardized singing programs like ABRSM, and RCM.

*Receive supporting materials and work-sheets that reinforce theoretical concepts built in class.

*Prepare a small performance for the end of the year, where parents may attend and children can have their first experiences of a performance and audience, in a nurturing environment.

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