Register for weekly private voice lessons. Available either online or in-person (depending on location). Scheduled in 30 min. intervals at a regularly appointed time or in flexible monthly packages.
Teaching the Whole Singer
Discover how singing can further enrich your life with voice teachers who see you as a whole person and not just another voice. Strengthen your technique as a singer and learn how to further implement useful skills in other applicable areas of your life for a more fulfilling experience.
Take advantage of our extra resources. Learn at your own pace with multiple online courses and free educational materials that can serve as supplemental aids to your vocal development.
I've learned how to problem solve, work towards specific goals, and to be brave in sharing my talents. Having voice lessons in general not only allowed me to de-stress and find joy in music, but also helped me be more confident in myself in all aspects of my life.
— Sarah L.
Start Where You Are
Establish a strong foundation of singing fundamentals.
With each passing lesson, you’ll build a greater understanding of healthy vocal techniques and gain insight on how to troubleshoot your own vocal inconsistencies.
About Élève Voice Studio
The etymology of élève (pronounced ay-lev) is to raise up. In French, an élève is a student. In English, it’s clear to see the relation to the word elevate. That’s our purpose: to lift up our students and help them become more than they are.
At Élève Voice Studio, we prioritize teaching students about that inherent worth that they possess and the change they can bring about in their own lives when they prioritize their growth, and choose to let their voice be heard.
My teacher was able to break things down until she figured out what works for my voice, my physical anatomy, and my personality. She helped me understand my voice in a way YEARS of voice lessons has neglected — and I did some serious work at a conservatory in New York! She helps you build technique based on trust and support, instead of stress and pushing. She is the most kind and understanding voice teacher I've ever had!
— Madeline T.
LISTEN TO OUR NEW PODCAST!
Have you ever taken a moment to listen to how a singer is producing their sound and then stopped to think about what it would feel like to replicate that sound in your own voice?
We answer this question and more in The Voice Lessons Podcast - it's not just about the voice lessons, it's about the lessons we learn through the voice.