What you Need:
water and tablature.
Where we Teach:
Who we Teach:
What we Teach:
1. Standard Theory, including rhythm and time (blank)
2. Span identification or the “notes”
3. Trace patterns of how to feel the intervals (blank), (blank)
4. The peripheral line exercise that helpswhile reading music.
When the basic technique has been mastered lessons will consist of actual sight-reading; special and selected songs are sight read (played) in class with the teacher monitoring to make corrections and maintain consistency.
Sullivan IL Singing Lessons
Discover How To Master singing in 7 Days
Is learning to how to sign often boring, difficult, and discouraging? Do you often browse the web for free lessons and find help from internet forums, but get little results? Maybe you Have bought all the books and quit?
You can absolutely learn anything you want, once you have learned Harmony Singing’s 5-Steps to Success System. In this, we teach you the five things every expert singer already knows; exactly how to use rhythm and time, trace patterns, playing from tablature and by ear.
For more than two decades, We have been sharing our love for singing with children and adults of all ages. They range from 4-year-olds to 74-year-olds, beginners to advanced.
Lessons are tailored to goals and stylistic preferences, including classical, pop, rock, praise, Broadway, ragtime, folk, blues, and more.
Harmony singing Lessons taught me how to accompany myself, which has expanded my songwriting and performing abilities many fold. I highly recommend Harmony singing Lessons as an instructor for both new and seasoned singers ”
–Roth Herrlinger in Sullivan , IL
“I feel very enthusiastic about my years of studying the singing with Harmony singing Lessons. My teacher helped me grow tremendously, and I am now a full time music teacher.
Harmony singing Lessons is that rare combination: our instructor was an exquisite classical singing performer and composer, but also quite versatile in popular styles.
Whatever I brought to the lesson-whether refining the performance of an advanced classical piece, or picking up a pop song entirely by ear-he always gave me the tools that I needed to take it to the next stage.
–Christopher Lynn in Sullivan , IL