WHAT IS EACH LESSON LIKE?
We give customized attention to each student. After a short chat in the first lesson to understand where you’re coming from and what you want to get out of lessons, each lesson usually consists of 10-30 minutes of warmups and exercises – during which we may drill down to make some changes and improvements – and the rest of the lesson working on songs of your choice.
If you arrive at your lesson already warmed up, your teacher may do just a few minutes of exercises just to make sure all parts of your voice are ready to go, before launching into working on songs.
Your time is yours to use as you wish.
IS THERE ANY COMMITMENT?
No. You can take lessons as often – or as infrequently – as you like. Some people sign up for long-term weekly or biweekly lessons, some people come in for a few weeks of intensive work before an album or audition, some people take just a lesson or two to pick up some new technique.
HOW OFTEN SHOULD I TAKE LESSONS? SHOULD I TAKE HOUR OR HALF-HOUR LESSONS?
Most teen and adult students take hour-long lessons either weekly or biweekly. We recommend weekly half-hour lessons for kids under 12.
WHERE ARE YOU LOCATED?
We have three locations: one in Lafayette at Dog House Music (525 Courtney Way), one in Denver at Soundstructure Studios (3131 Walnut St), and one in Lone Tree at Lincoln Station (9360 Station St).
DO YOU TAKE BEGINNERS?
Yes! We love working with beginners. And no, you don’t have to audition to take lessons.
DO YOU TAKE KIDS? HOW YOUNG?
Yes. We’ve worked with kids as young as 4, although to be honest, there are other programs better suited for very young children. We’re best with kids 7 and up.