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Voice Lessons

Voice lessons for all ages and abilities

At Mason Music, students will learn to train their ear, expand their range and find their own unique tone. We offer training on how to properly use your voice to get the best sound and avoid injury. Every voice is different, so lessons are tailored to individual needs in order to develop the voice to its full potential. We understand that voice lessons can seem scary, so we pair you with a teacher that you can really connect with. You will spend your lesson time on a mixture of warm-ups, exercises and learning songs that you enjoy to help build your repertoire. Many of our voice students use this time to prepare for upcoming auditions, performances, or simply to continue to develop their talent.

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Beginner Voice Lessons

Beginner voice lessons are an amazing way for students of all ages to get to safely know their vocal instrument. Students will learn to breathe correctly, expand vocal technique, memorize lyrics and match pitch. Throughout the first months of lessons you will get a better understanding of your range and how to sing in a variety of styles.

Advanced Voice Lessons

Advanced voice students will refine their vocal technique to make sure they are maximizing all their breath control potential. Ideally, your teacher will work with you on building a repertoire of songs you have mastered. Many advanced voice students audition for musical theater, vocal performance, or participate in Rock Band League, so your teacher may also be working with you on stage presence, harmonizing, and building up an audition binder of songs and monologues.


Why Mason Music for Voice Lessons?

  • 5 Studios conveniently located in a neighborhood near you.
  • Over 8,000 flourishing students taught in Birmingham since 2012.
  • Rated Birmingham Parent’s Best Music Class for 5 Years.

It’s more than just music…

  • Cognitive Benefits of Learning
  • Supports Mental Health
  • Confidence On and Off the Stage
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How it Works

We make our process simple, efficient, and easy so you can get back to your busy life.

Step 1.

Fill out our online form so that we can learn about you and your goals for your lessons.

Step 2.

We will take a look at our teacher list and contact you to find the perfect teacher match for you and your schedule.

Step 3.

You love your lessons and achieve your goals with your teacher and personalized lesson plan!


Still have questions about Voice Lessons?

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Voice Lesson FAQs

  • How do Mason Music voice lessons work?

    Students are matched with a voice teacher who will be the best fit for your goals, experience, personality and schedule. You will meet with your voice teacher once a week each week for 30, 45, or 60 minutes, depending on which lesson length you select. The goal for each lesson is to provide time for building a relationship, warming up, reviewing what was learned in the previous lesson and providing new instruction.

  • What is the best age to start voice lessons?

    Most children are ready for private lessons by the age of 7, but every child is different. Our recommendation on whether a child is ready for music lessons primarily depends on their maturity level and ability to focus and practice, rather than on their age.

  • How much are voice lessons?

    We charge a monthly fee based on the length of the lesson and the type of lesson (private, pair, group, etc.) as well as a one-time $50 registration fee. The most popular lesson option, our 30-minute private weekly lessons, is $150 a month. Check out our complete list of prices for our private lessons. If you have any questions about pricing, you can chat with our studio about your specific interests and we’ll be glad to make a recommendation for what might best meet your needs.

  • What other opportunities do you have for my child to practice their vocal skills?

    In addition to lessons, we offer Music Camps and Rock Band League as opportunities for your child to further their knowledge while having fun with friends.

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