Singing Lessons Montreal – In-Studio, At-Home or Online

singing lessons Montreal

Looking to take private singing lessons in Montreal?  Our certified and skilled singing teachers offer voice instruction to kids or adults in Montreal. Whether you are interested in learning to sing Broadway, R&B, Country music, Pop, Jazz, or Classical music, we have the teacher to help you. Singing lessons are available in-studio, at-home or online. We also offer singing lessons Montreal West Island.

cours de guitare Montréal à Hochalega-Maisonneuve avec Jorge.
Jorge – Guitar & Ukulele, Voice, Piano

All ages: children, teens, adults, seniors. Subject: Classical, Jazz, Pop. I tackle topics that my students like based on their goals and personal needs. pop, folk, latin, blues, rock, metal.

Singing lessons with Rand in Brossard
Rand – Voice

Western Classical and Arabic music and popular songs. My lessons are simple and fun, with a focus on student strengths and learning easy songs for beginners.

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Amaranta – Voice

For me the most important thing is that you like what you are learning and see positive results class after class.

cours de chant avec Ishana à St-Henri, Montréal
Ishana – Voice

Through pop technique, the student acquires a solid foundation to expand on, and gains confidence through their newfound vocal skills. Basic piano and/or guitar skills to accompany the voice.

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Paula – Voice

Popular Music, warmup and vocal technique, interpretation and lyrics, musicianship, repertoire.

singing lessons in Dorval with Corina
Corina – Voice

Fun and learning are always paired in her teaching while establishing good vocal technique to find the singer’s own voice. Corina has taught students of varying levels and musical interests (i.e Jazz, pop, musical theatre…).

Talia – Singing
Talia – Singing

My lessons are based on the joyful exploration of sound, rooted in an understanding of the voice and body, and focused on the individual needs of each student.

Myrtle – Voice
Myrtle – Voice

My goal is to guide each budding singer to a point where singing feels just as natural and comfortable as speaking. I want each student to understand that the singing voice is an extension of their speaking voice and this is an opportunity to discover oneself as a living, and breathing instrument

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As a young author /composer /performer, I ask for nothing more than to share my knowledge with others.

Christa-Maria – Piano, Singing
Christa-Maria – Piano, Singing

I teach all levels and ages from beginner to advanced students as well as all ages. I teach Jazz, pop and Classical music.

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Geoffrey – Voice

Usually my lessons are split with 50% technique/exercises and 50% on repertoire.

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Hali – Voice

Use embodied practices and mindful sound production to find the resonance that you feel suits you best, leading you to a better understanding of your instrument. Blend a variety of classical vocal techniques and yoga for the voice.

singing lessons with Alisha in Little Italy, Villeray, Montreal
Voice – Alisha

I have a classical voice performance degree from McGill but work mainly with musical theatre repertoire, light jazz & pop, focusing on technique and interpretation. 

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Camille – Voice

I wish to teach you how to sing with the pleasure of discovering the instrument which is unique to you.

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Tamar – Voice

I am passionate about creating an inclusive, positive, and productive work environment for all my students, and I teach them the ability and importance of developing their technical skills in their private practice.

-> If none of the filters match your request, please contact us for help finding a singing teacher.

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Kind and qualified singing teachers in Montreal

How it Works

Step 1

Search for a teacher:

Compare different teachers based on criteria that matter to you, including location, age, experience, teaching style.

Step 2

How to register for lessons​

Book a trial lesson on your desired teachers page. After the trial, lessons are sold in groups of 5, 10 or 15 lessons. Satisfaction is guaranteed.

Step 3

Connect with your teacher:

After purchase, your teacher will contact you to schedule the first lesson. Lessons take place once a week in home, at the teachers studio or online.

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Alisha is an excellent teacher. She immediately knows how to improve the voice. Friendly atmosphere! I highly recommend!
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Alisha is a fantastic voice teacher! I particularly love that she tries to individualize the sessions not only to my vocal style but also depending on my mood/energy level that day. Since starting with her, I’ve gotten a lot more comfortable and confident about my singing!
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How much do singing lessons usually cost?

– 30 minutes: $24.50
– 45 minutes: $31.95
– 60 minutes: $40.00
This is the average price of Musiprof singing lessons in Montreal.

Can you teach yourself to sing?

It is possible to learn to sing on your own, especially if you already know how to play a musical instrument such as the guitar or piano. That being said, it is ideal to learn to sing with a voice teacher because they can provide you with exercises to improve your pitch and sing in tune. A qualified singing teacher can also improve your vocal technique with vocalizations exercises. Having good vocal technique will help you learn to sing with more control, assurance and power as well as reduce the risk of developing vocal chord issues like nodules. Musiprof singing teacher Corina is an expert in vocal technique.

What is a good age to start vocal lessons?

Children as young as 4 years can start voice and music lessons, however the approach will be different for a young child than for a teenager or adult.  According to Muzikachildren should wait to reach puberty before undertaking serious voice training. That being said, we recommend that children under 12 do a combination of singing lessons with guitar or piano.  That way, they can learn music fundamentals while learning to accompany their voice.  The Musiprof voice teachers can also teach piano basics to help kids learn to accompany themselves. For example, Ishana can teach guitar along with her singing lessons, while Corina can teach piano.

Can someone with a bad voice learn to sing?

Only 4% of people are considered tone deaf, meaning they do not have the ability to recognize pitch and sing in key. Therefore, most people, even if they don’t think they can sing in key, can in fact improve their intonation and sing on pitch. A good singing teacher can provide simple exercises to help singers adjust their voice to eventually sing in key.

Are online singing lessons worth it?

Online singing lessons are a good alternative to in person lessons. Most singing teachers offer the option of online lessons. At Musiprof, all of our singing teachers offer online singing lessons in Montreal.

What will I learn in singing lessons?

Each singing teacher covers different topics and musical styles in their singing lessons. Make sure to ask your singing teacher what topics they usually cover in their lessons.  Generally speaking, singing teachers will adapt their lessons to the individuals preferences of their students while covering 2 wide ranging topics:  performance and technique.  Performance entails working on particular songs, which includes delivery, and lyrical presentation.  For example, if a student is interested in R&B then they will work on an R&B song and break down the elements of that particular piece.  On the other hand, technique involves working on specific exercises that are designed to improve a particular aspect of the voice. Vocalize exercises are often provided in order to help a student master the technical aspects of the voice.

How to deal with singing stage-fright​

Stage-fright or performance anxiety affects almost everyone.  Singing in front of others can be especially nerve racking.  Learning to manage anxiety while singing on stage is a lifelong process.  Thankfully there are tried and tested techniques that great teachers can share from their experience.  Musiprof voice teacher Sarah K.  wrote a great blog post on the topic:  How to overcome stage fright when signing. The post included a free guided audio to help calm your nerves right now.

What equipment do I need for singing lessons?

You don’t need to buy anything for voice lessons, unlike most other types of music lessons. However, some equipment is helpful if you are inclined to make a small investment.

Vocal teachers often use a keyboard or piano to do voice exercises or to accompany their students while they sing. It would be helpful for you to have your own in order to practise at home.
A very low priced keyboard is the Casio keyboard for only CAD $129.99.

A higher quality option with weighted piano keys there is the Yamaha P-25 for CAD $799.99.

Practising with a singing microphone is a good way to learn how to sing in front of an audience.
The industry standard is the SM58 by Shure for 129.00 CAD.  It is an extremely sturdy and great choice.

PA system:
For a microphone to function, you will need a PA system which acts as an amplifier.  We recommend the LyxPro SPA-8 Portable PA system to get started

About Musiprof

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Musiprof offers private private singing lessons in montreal.  We also offer singing lessons montreal west island.

Classes are step by step and adapted for beginner, intermediate and advanced students. One can easily find thousands of videos on youtube, but a great teacher has the ability to prepare material that is uniquely suited for your individual needs.  Our teachers will help you learn to sing in tune, develop diaphragm support and proper singing technique, improvisation, ear training, harmony and much more. 

Take classical singing lessons, musical theatre, Broadway, Jazz singing lessons Montreal, or popular singing lessons.

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