Voice Lessons for Kids & Adults
Hollywood Arts Academy offers fun and engaging voice lessons for kids and adults in Pasadena, CA. Ideal for beginners, intermediate and advanced levels. Our voice teachers use different teaching styles based on the individual needs to help students achieve their full potential. Students can pick any style to continue with. Whether students want to play for fun and learn pieces or prepare for regional examinations, we are there for them. Our teachers will help you with your goals. Based on the level, students progress through sight reading, musicianship, solfege and ear training. To help students gain confidence in the pieces they play, we host annual recital. To book a free trial lesson, click here.
Lesson Type :- Private
Duration :- 30 mins, 45 mins, 60 mins (Based on student level)
Levels :- Beginner, Intermediate & Advanced
Tuition :- $120 per Month
Our beginner voice lessons are designed for students with little to no vocal experience and who want to learn the basics of music theory and voice skills.
Intermediate voice lessons are offered to those students who have already been practicing vocals for several years and want to improve their skills.
Our advanced voice lessons are for highly skilled vocalists wishing to refine their technique or who plan to audition for music schools and competitions.
Areas of Study
“The term is used in three main ways in music, though all three are interrelated. The first is what is otherwise called ‘rudiments’, currently taught as the elements of notation, of key signatures, of time signatures, of rhythmic notation, and so on. Theory in this sense is treated as the necessary preliminary to the study of harmony, counterpoint, and form. The second is the study of writings about music from ancient times onwards. […] The third is an area of current musicological study that seeks to define processes and general principles in music — a sphere of research that can be distinguished from analysis in that it takes as its starting-point not the individual work or performance but the fundamental materials from which it is built.”
Syllables are assigned to the notes of the scale and enable the musician to audiate, or mentally hear, the pitches of a piece of music which he or she is seeing for the first time and then to sing them aloud. Through the Renaissance various interlocking 4, 5 and 6-note systems were employed to cover the octave. The tonic sol-fa method popularized the seven syllables commonly used in English-speaking countries: do (or doh in tonic sol-fa), re, mi, fa, so(l), la, and ti
There are two current schools of applying solfège: 1) fixed do, where the syllables are always tied to specific pitches (e.g. “do” is always “C-natural”) and 2) movable do, where the syllables are assigned to scale degrees (“do” is always the first degree of the major scale).