Voice Lessons

Private Voice & Singing Lessons

Vocal students at B2R can choose their own songs, putting them in the driver's seat of their musical development. They will also be strongly encouraged to sing in a variety of styles, rock and pop through classical, learning essential skills such as voice projection, the creation of a clear vocal tone and correct breathing techniques while gaining a greater understanding of melody in music. Vocal students are urged to enhance their private study by working with one of B2R’s jam bands or ensembles, since this is the way most vocal music is actually performed. The ability to interact with other musicians, matched by age and ability, provides a powerful stimulus for learning and creates an exciting performance and social setting for a student’s overall musical growth and development.

Semi-Private Lessons

Small group (2 or 3-to-1) lessons in piano/keyboard, guitar, bass, voice, drums, woodwinds, brass and many more. Instruction is each week for 30 or 60 minutes. Recommended for children ages 7 and up. We also recommend registering two students for the same lesson type to ensure the lessons take place. Two students are required to schedule a semi-private lesson. We will make our best efforts to pair students that sign up individually but cannot guarantee the lessons will occur without a second student.

"Love that you get the kids playing together and get them performing for the public. It's been really good for Zack's confidence. Probably the best thing we've ever done for him. Thank you!"
- C.H. from Brambleton

"The casual atmosphere, which is enjoyable for kids and helps them learn."
- L.W. from Chantilly

"B2R has truly amazing teachers who have been able to connect with my children and encourage their love of music."
- A.L. from Centreville

"There were several choices of music professionals to match up with the particular requests of my daughter, which was very much appreciated."
- G.R. from South Riding

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