SINGING LESSONS INFO
Downtown Vancouver in the West End, near Davie and Jervis.
Mon, Wed., Thurs., and Fri between the hours of 10 a.m. to 7 p.m.
$240.00 for a four lesson package or $65.00 per individual lesson. Lessons are one hour.
Any lesson credits must be used up within three months of purchase.
24 hours cancellation notice please or you will be charged for the lesson.
BUY LESSONS now though PAY PAL (Laura will contact you to book your lessons) or contact Laura Lang directly at: email@example.com
*GROUP LESSONS/HARMONY WORKSHOPS:
Available only for those planning a group performance, or those who want to learn to sing in harmony or become better harmonizers. (Excellent for bands.) Laura is a harmony expert.
*Different pricing structure applies. Contact Laura for details.
The lessons are divided into two half hours. The first half hour concentrates on vocal technique. How to sing effortlessly, increase your power in all ranges, have total control over your voice and how to develop your own style.
The second half of the lesson you’ll work on a song. Laura will show you how to incorporate those techniques as you sing the song, and learn how to perform it at your best.
WHAT YOU WILL NEED:
• A song you would like sing. If you are unsure which song would suit your voice, bring a few choices, and Laura can help you choose what is right for you. Be sure to choose a song sung by a woman if you’re a woman, as a man’s song will be in the wrong key for you.
• Karaoke music for your song(s) on your iPod or C.D. (downloadable from iTunes for around a dollar. Type in “karaoke” after song title) or make sure it’s available on Youtube and Laura will use her computer.
• TWO copies of the lyrics of whatever song you choose to start with - one for Laura to follow.
• A digital recorder, if you have one. An excellent practising tool.
• If you are a new student, confirm with Laura via e-mail 24 hours ahead of your first lesson.
PIANO LESSONS (Jazz & Pop):
• For anyone who has never played piano before and wants to learn the basics, maybe accompany themselves while they sing, or just play on their own.
• For anyone who learned a bit of piano perhaps many years ago, and wants to brush-up and learn more.
• For classically trained pianists who may not have played for many years, and who want to learn how to play jazz or pop by ear and/or accompany themselves while they sing. Letting go of that sheet music can be a real joy!