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Are you thinking about taking singing lessons to improve your vocal range and consistency? Or do you have much bigger dreams and intend to take singing further and make it a career? Then singing lessons with Superprof are the way to get this vision to become reality!
No matter your age, it is never too early or too late to do singing lessons.
What's more, if you live in Edinburgh then you have plenty of music courses to choose from!
Here’s everything you need to know about our singing lessons in the city.
Living in a cultural hotspot like Edinburgh, with its thriving arts calendar, it is so easy to be taken away with your fantasies of singing on a theatre stage or being given a proud title by your city - but these don't have to be a dream as you could make them a reality with hard work!
In order to learn how to sing, you have to take lessons and follow proper musical training. Your musical education is inextricably linked to piano or guitar lessons. These will explore your expressiveness and help you assert your personality. Because, by studying proper singing techniques, your voice will improve in accuracy, and you will soon find the perfect pitch to sing a song.
It is therefore imperative to take lessons (either one-on-one lessons with a private tutor or group lessons) to learn the fundamentals of music theory and to learn the proper singing technique (because, yes, there is a proper technique!).
Of course, Edinburgh is famous for its huge Fringe festival which takes place every summer. Known as 'the single greatest celebration of arts and culture on the planet' the festival welcomes 'an explosion of creative energy from around the globe [with] artists and performers [taking] to hundreds of stages all over the city to present shows for every taste. From big names in the world of entertainment to unknown artists looking to build their careers, the festival caters for everyone and includes theatre, comedy, dance, physical theatre, circus, cabaret, children's shows, musicals, opera, music, spoken word, exhibitions and events.' - edfringe.com
So if you dream of being a performer, then there's no better place than this renowned festival in your very own city which runs for three whole weeks and attracts people from all over the world!
What with all of the cultural references all around the city, it's not surprising that there are lots of famous people hailing from Edinburgh.
Of the musicians, there is Shirley Manson of the band Garbage, the band The Waterboys, Paul Haig, and the Bay City Rollers among many many more.
Scotland is well known for its traditional music, and the Musical Society of Edinburgh was created in 1728. During this time, a number of Italian musicians were actively performing in and around the capital along with several popular Scottish composers playing in the classical style. Scotland was quite slow on the uptake of more modern music, namely rock artists in the late 1900s however the biggest Scottish pop band of the 70s was undoubtedly the Bay City Rollers along with spinoff band, 'Pilot', formed by former Rollers members.
Of course, it's not all about sales and popularity, there are also numerous creatives from the capital who have seen great success in their own field or genre who've gained recognition in other ways.
Study Music at the University of Edinburgh for a taste of creative musicianship or look at courses at Edinburgh Napier University which also offers Honours degrees in the subject.
Edinburgh College offers Music and Production courses for those interested in the wider industry and wanting to know more about the engineering side of things, and the Academy of Music and Sound is also the next step in your career with many degrees and qualifications on offer.
If you are looking for a dedicated music school, then you can find places like the Reid School of Music and Morningside School of Music which offer tailored lessons for music enthusiasts.
There are just over 30 private singing tutors are available today to give you singing lessons in various different musical styles, all within easy reach of the city centre.
The hourly rate of a music lesson starts at £15, but of course, this price rises depending on the experience of your tutor. You can expect prices to vary as a result of different course offerings, with a certain number of parameters impacting a tutor’s hourly rates, including:
Thanks to private home singing lessons, you’ll be able to:
So, what are you waiting for? Let’s get singing!
In Edinburgh, private lessons with a singing teacher on Superprof will cost you about £25.
Tutors rates will differ depending on:
97% of our private teachers give the first class for free.
In Edinburgh and the surrounding areas, 32 singing teachers are available to give private lessons
You can check out their cv and message the singing tutor that corresponds to your needs.
From a sample of 9 recommendations, pupils scored their singing teachers an average of 5.0 out of 5.
In case of a complication with our service, a customer service manager from the Superprof team will be available to find a solution (via telephone or e-mail from Monday - Friday).
With the help of a singing tutor many students are able to learn how to sing.
All singing courses with a qualified tutor offer you the occasion to learn to sing more quickly.
A messaging service allows you to get in touch with your tutor to organise your singing lessons whether you want to learn from home or take online classes
Make use of our search engine to find your singing teacher from among 32 teachers in Edinburgh.