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  • You may pay in cash or use Zelle for 4 lessons at a time.
  • You may ask for a receipt.
Music purchases2017-08-04T17:05:43-07:00
  • Music costs or scripts are above and beyond the fee for lessons.
  • If you are a music student, you will need to purchase your music and sight-singing materials on-line or from stores in the area.
  • Special note: I may wait a few lessons before recommending music to a new student until I am sure of the vocal range and needs of that student.
Missed and Make-up lessons2017-08-04T17:05:01-07:00
  • If a student is ill, I need to be notified as soon as possible, so that a lesson change can be made.
  • If a student has a general conflict, I need to know at least 24 hours in advance so a lesson change can be made.
  • Failure to notify me prior to the lesson missed after the first time, will result in a charged lesson, except in the case of an emergency.
  • All lessons missed to due to scheduling conflicts or illness may be made up at a mutually agreeable time within 2 weeks.

Often parents wish to observe lessons.

  • This is fine as long as the student is comfortable with this arrangement.
    • Remember, each student needs to feel relaxed and focused in lessons.

Often family members or friends wish to sit and wait during lessons.

  • This is fine as long as the student is comfortable with this arrangement and the visitors are quiet.
Practice expectations2017-08-04T17:00:31-07:00

I expect all students to:

  • listen to your recording of each lesson.
  • follow-up on all assignments.
  • notice, without judgment, the sounds of the voice and feelings of the body when practicing.
  • ask questions and speak concerns.
  • be willing to explore new sensations and ideas.
  • trust the process of learning to help you achieve your goals.
Benefits of vocal study2017-08-04T17:01:37-07:00

Studying voice helps you to:

  • understand, feel, hear, and change habits that interfere with efficient phonation, free and rich resonance, and expanded vocal range.
  • gain an understanding of YOUR voice and what it can and cannot do.
  • gain a dependable and expressive personal voice that will do as you wish.
  • become more confident and consistent with your skills.
  • apply new vocal technique to new settings and opportunities.
  • experience the joy of music making, or acting, or speaking for yourself and others.
  • trust and respect your body/mind, and be optimistic about your future potential.
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