Take in-person private singing lessons or singing lessons with a friend. Call me (Nancy) at 603-357-4693 or Email me. I’m looking forward to hearing from you! Private lessons are also available via Skype.
“I wish I could sing, but I know I can‘t.” Is this you? Well, this is your chance! I customize your lessons just for YOU! Every person’s goal is different…
Maybe you want to sing in a chorus, to sing with friends, to be more comfortable singing the happy birthday song, or just to enjoy expressing yourself and discovering your voice. You may find that your goals change as your lessons progress. It’s often a very intuitive process.
NOTE: You’re probably here because singing is at least a little bit scary for you — so I want you to know that I will make this process feel safe and fun for you!
You Will Learn to:
• Breathe in a deep relaxed way to support your voice
• Get past your emotional discomfort, shyness and fear
• Do warm-ups that incorporate stretching and yoga
• Tone, slide and siren with your voice
• Get loose and make crazy noises
• Connect your voice to your feelings – express yourself!
• Sing on pitch and match notes
• Listen and sing at the same time
• Approach learning a song in a logical, de-mystified way
• Sing simple harmonies with other people
• Sing rhythm patterns and sing using a variety of rhythms
• Develop your own repertoire of favorite songs
• Find ways to sing with people in your community
BTW! Every now and then I have an in-person Student Jam for anyone who has taken lessons or workshops with me – ever! This is an opportunity to share what you’ve been learning with other people and to benefit from what they’ve been learning as well. This isn’t about performing — it’s an opportunity to enjoy the good vibrations and fun of singing with a community of other people – this class is made especially for YOU!! Email me to get on the list so you know when Student Jams are happening!
Email Nancy anytime to ask about taking singing lessons!
What People Are Saying…
“I really surprised myself, in many ways. I had a wonderful time and came away with more confidence than I felt possible!”
– A Workshop Participant
“This is so exciting – it’s like a miracle to me!”
– A Skype Student
“I never thought I’d be able to sing at all, but with practice and training, I can sing with a group and not shatter glass. It has encouraged me to try anything at least once no matter how much I don’t think I could do it.”
– Ash, Singing Student
“I absolutely wouldn’t have been able to sing in front of people if I hadn’t taken lessons with Nancy. Now I sing for the residents at a nursing home. No sweaty palms, no pounding heart, no shaking like a leaf. I’m having so much fun and people are enjoying my singing. I actually get requests!”
– Cathy, Workshop Participant and Singing Student
“The lessons were definitely helpful in getting to understand some of the physical and emotional barriers that prevent me from singing and I learned some great tools from you on how to address the barriers. Singing is such a joy!”
– Becka, Private Skype Student
“After taking a few lessons, I realize that there are a lot of people who are afraid to sing or have trouble with singing, and people will respect you if you try. And this can go for anything. So, why not try?”
– Singing Student
“Nancy has helped me along the journey of bringing what I hear inside my head into the world. She brings a patience and a kindness to her process that focuses on joy and emphasizes the pleasure of singing. She has helped me replace my perceptions of singing failure with success, anxiety with relaxation.”
– Chris, Singing Student
“Nancy seems to have an endless basket of teaching tools and they were all enjoyable. I especially liked moving, scatting and adding rhythm making to our singing.”
– Workshop Participant
“I think my husband is a little intimidated by my new skills” (…said with a smile)
– Sandy, Skype Singing Student
“I had a really wonderful time during my lesson and it felt good just to sing for fun. In just the last couple of weeks some opportunities have come up that I might normally have passed up. I think I found the fun part of singing again!”
– Grace, Singing Student