Voice Lessons and Studio Policies


    I accept students starting 7th grade through adult and enjoy teaching beginning through entering college level students.  


Student Responsibilities

  Students should do their vocalizes and breathing exercises every day, if possible, and should practice their vocal repertoire a minimum of four days per week  with the length of time to be determined by the student’s level. Parents can assist by providing a practice space that is free from distractions. Students should arrive at their in person lesson or log into their online lesson on time. My commitment to each student is to start their lesson  promptly. If you are late, it will shorten your session.


Scheduling lesson 

    Lesson scheduling should be done through my scheduling site. Before beginning lessons,  a new student meeting is required. Please contact me through the contact link on this website to verify if  I am accepting new students and if  I am, I will provide you with the scheduling link. This scheduling site should be used for scheduling, rescheduling and canceling lessons. Please email or text me if a same day change is necessary. Also, if you have taken a leave of more then 4 weeks, please verify that I can accommodate you before scheduling a lesson again.


Attendance **(Lessons are available in person or online - if you are ill, please cancel or switch to online)

    Please arrive on time.  I am unable to extend the lesson times for those who arrive late.  If another lesson is being taught when you arrive, please make yourself comfortable and sit quietly. Parents, please do not just drop your children off; make sure that I am in the studio. Parents are encouraged to leave during the lesson, but may stay if your child allows. Often students prefer to take their lessons without parents watching and listening. Please be sure to return promptly at the end of the lesson.


Missed Lessons

    Your lesson time is reserved exclusively for you; make-up lessons due to illness  must be made up within the time limit of your lesson plan.