Alex Hilberts Music Tuition - Voice
Styles: Voice - Classical, modern, jazz, contemporary, pop
Suitability: Ages 3 to 99 years
Pricing: Affordable and competitive pricing
Make sure to visit our website at www.alexhilbertsmusictution.com for more info and to contact us about lessons.
Learn for fun or for exams and learn many exciting different styles all the way from Classical piano through to pop. Piano lessons at our studios can be booked for 30, 45, or 60 minute sessions. However, if a student is a particularly young starter we sometimes recommend having a 15 minute lesson once to twice a week or if a student is in the advanced stages of their piano studies (Grade 8 and beyond) a 90 minute lesson may be required. Teachers are experienced and fully qualified.
Sing for leisure or have fun while preparing for exams. Enjoy learning many different and varied styles from classical voice through to modern and contemporary styles. Get expert guidance for your singing from an experienced teacher for both male and female voices and younger and older students. Singing lessons can be booked for 30, 45, or 60 minute sessions depending on the level of the student. For very young students a shorter lesson may be required or for advanced students (8th grade and above) a longer lesson may be suitable.
From about grade 1 or 2 onwards, students do need to cover more music theory to assist their reading and writing of music and their understanding of chord formation, scales, and song writing, etc (ie, learning the language and syntax of music).
To make this accessible for families we offer an affordable Musicianship Class group lesson, where we teach music literacy in a small group, making it engaging and enjoyable. (This is also a great support class for students doing music in high school).
Students taking piano or voice lessons with us can add this small group music theory class to their lesson package and receive a significant discount on theory/musicianship lessons. (We also offer one on one musicianship/theory lessons if that is what you would prefer)
These details were last updated on January 15, 2019