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Private lessons with a singing teacher on Superprof is on average is £25.
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97% of our instructors give their first singing lesson for free.
7 tutors are available to teach singing lessons in Leicester and the surrounding areas.
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With the help of a singing tutor many students are able to learn how to sing.
All singing lessons with a competent private tutor offer you the possibility to learn to sing more quickly.
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A lot of people are interested in singing, but to take your singing to a really good level, you need good teachers, tutors, or music education. That doesn't mean there aren't any incredibly talented self-taught singers, but in most cases, your favourite singers will have studied music theory or received vocal coaching during their career.
Let's look at why singing lessons are important, the challenges that vocal students will come up against, what you can learn about singing whilst you're still at school, how private singing tutoring can help, and how to find singing tutors in Leicester and around Leicestershire.
Once you use your voice for singing, it's technically a musical instrument, which means you need to learn how to properly use it to make music. Singing classes can help you learn proper technique, which will both improve your singing and help you to avoid injury when you do.
If you're a soloist, you can't guarantee that you'll always have access to a recording of the song you want to sing so you'll need to be able to read sheet music and sing from it.
Singers also need to study music theory to help them work with and communicate with other musicians. If you're singing in a group or as part of an ensemble, you also need an understanding of music theory so that you can discuss music with the other musicians and provide feedback to one another to make each performance better than the last.
If singing was that easy, everyone would be amazing at it and nobody would ever have to get vocal coaching. Of course, this isn't the case and hitting the right notes is the first thing that every singer will have to deal with.
A guitar or a piano can be tuned, which means if you press the right key or fret, you should get a note that's in tune. With singing, your voice is only capable of a certain range, but it also can get to frequencies between each note, something that you'll mostly be looking to avoid.
Even if you have an excellent voice and can hit notes quite easily, you also need to work on your breathing as this will affect the quality of your voice when you sing. Students who learn how to properly breathe when they sing can make more powerful notes for longer and have a better and more consistent voice when they sing.
Singing isn't cheap, either. While you can learn a bit about it in school, most singers will look to practise and learn through music lessons, vocal coaching, or private singing tutorials. The cost of these can add up and for some families, is too much to even get started with singing.
For those not getting lessons with a vocal coach, private tutor, or at a music school, school is probably where they'll get lessons on vocal technique and music theory. Throughout primary school and secondary school, students can learn about traditional musical instruments like the piano and guitar as well as singing.
GCSE is the first real opportunity for students to gain a music qualification outside of private tutoring and music lessons so let's see what they can learn on a GCSE music course. We've taken the AQA exam as an example so students studying with a different exam board may cover slightly different topics, especially when it comes to the songs and pieces they study.
In terms of music theory, GCSE music lessons will cover melody, harmony and tonality, structure, tempo, metre, and rhythm, time, texture, and dynamics.
Lessons also cover a lot of different musical genres from Western classical music from the 17th century to the 19th century and modern classical music. They'll also study contemporary music, popular music, and traditional music.
Performance is also part of the course and students will have a graded performance as part of their exam. The performances include a solo and an ensemble piece which can be played on a musical instrument, sung, or performed using modern music technology.
Private vocal tuition is one of the best ways to improve your voice. While you can learn about music theory and practise your singing in GCSE music lessons, it's much easier to practise when you don't have a classroom full of other students playing other musical instruments, too.
Private lessons are usually the best way to learn to sing or play musical instruments as your teacher can pay close attention to each performance and ensure you master the technique as a beginner so that you have a good foundation to move onto more advanced skills.
With private vocal lessons, you can also focus on the type of music that you like. While every musician must have a broad taste in music, it can be hard to be enthusiastic about your next singing lesson if you know that you're working on a type of music you don't like or a song that you hate.
If you're looking for a private singing lesson in Leicester or around Leicestershire, search for tutors on the Superprof website. There are musicians teaching piano, guitar, and almost any instrument you could think of as well as voice and singing coaches ready to help you.
A lot of the tutors on the website offer the first lesson or session for free so try a few different ones out before choosing which one is right for you, your level, and your preferred learning approach. Whether you're a beginner getting started with singing or an experienced singer looking to master more advanced techniques, you can find tutors for all levels.
Even if you can't find any tutors in or around Leicester, you can still learn to sing with online tutoring, too. As long as you have a decent internet connection, webcam, and microphone, you can learn how to master your vocal technique with the help of tutors from all over the world.