Private voice study is your time to ask questions about your voice, to learn the music you are working on, to develop a reliable technique, improve sight reading skills and, of course, to sing!
To make the most of your lessons: Practice frequently in short intervals–daily or every other day if possible. This is more effective than infrequent marathon sessions–once a week for an hour. Training the voice is like training a specific muscle group at the gym. For best results, be consistent. If you perform or rehearse regularly, apply techniques explored in lesson to your performance and rehearsal routine.
“Chad is a first rate voice teacher. It is solely because of his instruction that I am able to make a living from my singing voice.”
—Derek Lux, actor/singer, DLUXPuppets
Repertoire: Choose music you like and that challenges you. If you need help making choices, just ask. Various genres, including musical theater, opera, art song, folk and pop offer stylistic differences, but the vocal technique remains constant. If you’re looking for specific results: an upcoming audition, a performance deadline, vocal health when performing frequently, you’ve come to the right place.
When, where and how much: Weekly lessons are scheduled in person at my home studio in Danville. Virtual lessons can be scheduled via FaceTime, Zoom or other platforms as needed. The cost is $60/Half Hour, $90/45-minutes, $120/Hour. Payment is due in advance by the month, or at the time of each lesson. Recitals are held annually.
If you need to cancel a scheduled lesson, please do so at least 24 hours in advance to avoid a lesson fee. Make-ups can be scheduled for a late cancel.