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Singing lessons are a great way to improve singing skills and technique. However, regular practice outside of lessons is crucial to progress, and as a singing teacher I will guide effective practice routines. 


No two voices are the same! It is important to establish the goals and particular challenges together so that coaching can be tailored to individual needs. 



We define the purpose and clearly establish what we want to achieve with the voice. Whether we are improving pitch, expanding vocal range, refining technique or developing future repertoire - with a concrete goal, we can work together on a personal master plan.

Music Notes


Breathing Technique

Diaphragmatic breathing and strengthening.


Support of the



Control & efficiency.


Vocal health.

Voice Training

Sound quality:

Development of a full and pleasant tone. Exercises to extend the vocal range (upwards or downwards).


Elimination of nasality, hoarseness and tension, for example.




Clear pronunciation. Techniques to improve articulation.

Ear Training

Only those who hear correctly can sing correctly.


The accuracy of a tone is achieved through correct understanding and recognition/hearing.


It forms the basis for clean intonation and pitch accuracy.

Rhythm & Flow

Rhythm is a crucial aspect of singing as well as rapping, and incorporating rhythm training into your lessons will significantly improve your overall musicality. It also helps when singing in a group or choir, as you develop a better feel for your fellow musicians, also because you pay more attention to harmonizing with others and staying in time.


Improvisation exercises help to develop more creativity in singing and to act more spontaneously and freely with others.

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