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How to Prepare for Your First Singing Lesson


So you’ve finally decided (or perhaps planning) to sign up for your first voice lesson. Whatever the case, you want to level your expectations and come prepared for it. There’s nothing to feel anxious about: your vocal coach won’t hurt you! In fact, they will do everything to make your first singing learning experience a positive one.

Your initial lessons will most likely be about you and your teacher getting to know each other. Every voice teacher approaches teaching in different ways, but singing lessons for beginners will likely involve a quick discussion and vocal assessment.

We’ve come up with a handy guide to help you better prepare for your upcoming singing lesson with ease and confidence. Read on to learn more.

Create Personal Expectationst

Before heading to your lessons, take time to set proper expectations so you can make the best out of it. Here are some factors you may want to consider:

Set Vocal Goals For Yourself

Whether you’re taking up one-on-one or online singing lessons, getting clear about why you’re dipping your toes into singing will aid you and your teacher in shaping your lessons as well as set benchmarks for your progress. This also helps you to have a better understanding of what specific benefits of singing lessons you are looking to experience.

There are many goals you can commit to throughout your voice lessons: is it to be able to sing a particular song on key, enhance your musicality, sing a string of performances without losing your voice, or learn to sing a specific genre (pop, musical theatre, or opera)? Remember to establish concrete goals that will keep you motivated and be inspired to make progress. On top of these, your vocal coach may want to know the following before you start with your lessons: