Voice Lessons

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Singing at Performance High

Performance High is more than a music school. It’s a community of aspiring and performing musicians having fun together, and helping each other grow into the musicians they dream of being. 

All of our faculty members are actively performing and gigging musicians, so our clients get real-life training and education in what it means to be a performing artist in today’s musical landscape. Our team is invested in your success and pull together to make sure you have all the resources and opportunities you need to follow your dreams.

One of the things our clients love the most about being part of Performance High is the opportunities to build confidence as they jam with other musicians and perform in groups.  We offer free jam sessions, opportunities to form bands, and frequent performance opportunities. 

The most exciting events are standing-room-only concerts at premier Denver venues such as the Hard Rock Cafe, The Venue, 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.

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Voice is one of the hardest instruments to teach.  Every singer begins with different pre-existing vocal habits.  The voice is connected to emotion and ego more intimately than other instruments.  And you can’t even see your voice! 

This is why we place a special emphasis on top-notch vocal instruction at Performance High.

Our clients make quick progress with healthy vocal instruction in all commercial genres – pop, rock, R&B, electronica, jazz, country, blues, folk, musical theatre, and metal. 

We integrate cutting-edge vocal science, classical techniques, and speech-level-singing methods to serve each client in the way that gets the best results, the fastest. 

To stay up to date, our teachers meet frequently to share knowledge from IVTOM (the International Voice Teachers of Mix), our lessons, and other ongoing vocal education.

Take a look at our vocal instructors and let us know if you have a preference. 

Instruction vs. Coaching

A vocal instructor teaches you the technical aspects of how to sing – such as how to project, improve tone, extend range, increase power, and smooth over your mix.  

A vocal coach helps you interpret your song, find your voice, make songs your own, and improve your performance.  

We do both.

You’ll Learn How To…

  • Sing without a break across your whole range
  • Sing higher and lower than you can now
  • Get more power and resonance with less strain and tension
  • See consistency in your voice, from note to note and day to day
  • Improve tone
  • Be more expressive and artistic
  • Polish pitches, riffs, and runs
  • Harmonize
  • Develop your unique sound

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More Than Just Voice Lessons

Sure, we teach people how to sing.  But that’s really just the tool.  What we really teach is personal growth.  Belief in self.  Possibility.  Opportunity.  Change.  Crossing bridges.  And learning how to learn.  Adrienne talks about this in the video below.

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