Individual Online Lessons Available

Styles All welcome
Skill Level All levels
Suitability Ages 6 years and up
Pricing $45 / 30 minutes or $80 / 1 hour

Looking for singing lessons to improve your voice?

There are so many opinions on how to sing properly: Sing from your diaphragm. Sing from your chest. Focus on your breathing. Don’t worry about your breathing. Put your voice ‘forward’. Belt your voice as you go higher. Flip into falsetto. Relax your throat. Sing from your ‘happy’ place.

If you’ve tried all these methods, but still feel confused about how to use your voice to it’s full potential, I teach a simple and highly effective approach to singing that will have you understand your voice and allow you to sing with ease and confidence.

My students are of all ages and backgrounds, and I have helped them work towards school assessments, HSC exams, musical theatre auditions, fun open mic night performances, as well as students who have always wanted to learn how to sing just for themselves.

I welcome people of all ages and singing experience to have an initial vocal lesson with me and to see an improvement in their singing after their first lesson.

All lessons conducted online via Zoom or Skype.

Nikki Lee 0422 071 371

All enquiries are answered within 24 hours.

Read student testimonials below and on the testimonials page:

"My daughter has been attending singing lessons with Nikki for over a year now and the transformation has been amazing. Nikki really knows how to work with children to tap into their potential and to source their unique voice. When we first started lessons, my daughter was feeling dejected after failing to make the school choir. A year later she is in the choir, about to sing at Town Hall and is singing songs with strength and confidence. It’s a beautiful thing and I thank Nikki for her talent and compassion as a teacher."
Silvana (Castle Hill)

Lessons available in person at Castle Hill or via Skype for all locations.

Castle Hill, NSW
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0422 071 371
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Details last updated on June 17, 2020