Pop / Rock Voice Lessons
Top-Notch Vocal Training for Modern Pop and Rock Vocalists
Today’s singers sound nothing like opera singers, musical theatre singers of the 40’s, or even pop singers of the 70’s.
Vocal styles change – and vocal instruction has evolved with it.
Classical techniques have their place, but modern vocalists who take classical voice lessons often don’t end up sounding like they want.
To help our clients develop the voices inspired by their favorite pop, rock, blues, R&B, and country artists, we use modern, science-based vocal methods created by the voice pioneers of the last 50 years.
We use techniques grounded in the methods of the International Voice Teachers of Mix, Speech Level Singing, the Neuro-Vocal Method, Singing Success, and other modern, widely respected vocal frameworks for singing popular styles of music.
Our experienced, educated teachers – who all sing contemporary music themselves – understand that pop, rock, blues, R&B, and other modern styles can and do break classical rules. It’s okay to sing breathy, to scoop notes, to use vocal fry, to flip to head voice, to breathe in the middle of phrases, to over-pressurize, to pull chest voice up, to ad lib, and to belt – as long as everything is done with vocal health as the top priority!
Showcases and Recitals
We offer near-monthly opportunities to perform – everything from traditional teen recitals to acoustic showcases to full-band productions at major venues.
Beginning students find our recitals and acoustic showcases to be a supportive, non-intimidating way to get used to performing in front of people.
Our intermediate and advanced students love our big concerts at premier Denver venues such as the Hard Rock Cafe, The Oriental Theatre, the Clocktower Cabaret, and the Walnut Room. These expertly staged performances provide clients with real gig experience that they need to become full-fledged musicians, complete with a live audience, lighting and stage technicians, and professional producers and engineers.
Learn How To…
- Sing across your whole range without a break
- Sing higher and lower than you can now
- Belt powerful high notes
- Get more power with less strain
- See more consistency in your voice
- Improve tone
- Be more expressive and artistic
- Sing appropriately for your genre and personality
- Polish pitches, riffs, and runs
- Develop your unique sound
- Feel more confident
- Protect your vocal health
Teachers With Real World Experience
All of our faculty members are active working musicians, so our clients get real-life perspectives on being a vocalist in today’s music industry.
Online or In Person
We offer lessons in person in Denver and Broomfield, and for anyone anywhere via Zoom.