Frequently Asked Questions
How long is each voice lesson?
Lessons are scheduled in half hour (1/2) or one hour (1) increments.
Will you be recording my session?
No. Most singers now adays record their session(s) on a personal mobile device.
How often should I take a voice lesson?
Most take a half hour session a week while some take more and some take less depending on targeted, professional or personal goals. Regular ongoing sessions ensure progression, stamina, and flexibility.
How long will it take to see improvement?
You can expect to see improvement in your first few sessions. Many see improvement in their very first lesson.
What is Speech Level Singing?
Speech Level Singing (SLS) is founded on the concept of singing in the same comfortable manner as which you speak allowing you to sing throughout your range with a strong, connected, and flexible tone without strain. It is used and endorsed by over 135+ Grammy winners, four Metropolitan Opera Award Winners, and seven Tony winners.
How long will it take for me to learn to sing with this technique?
Every voice has its own unique strengths and challenges. Some choose to continually refine their skills, while others only require help getting through a targeted problem area.
Is RRVS vocal instruction applicable to any musical style?
Your voice should function in a comfortable way whether you sing country, pop, rock, R&B, musical theatre, or classical. Good vocal technique allows you to sing in any style with freedom, flexibility, and clarity.
What is the best age to start voice lessons for kids?
Of course, each individual is different. But if a student can understand the music and they have the desire and discipline to learn, then they can work to improve regardless of age.
Can anyone learn to sing?
While some people are more naturally gifted than others, singing is a skill that can be developed. RRVS Vocal training allows each voice to reach its fullest potential.
How much should I practice?
You should practice as much as you perform, even more. Developing healthy habits requires consistency and effective reinforcement.
What If I've Been Reading Singing For The Stars by Seth Riggs?
Feedback from certified SLS instructors ensure you are singing and applying the Speech Level Singing vocal exercises correctly.
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