Sing With Praise Vocals ,LLC

Sing unto him a new song; 
play skillfully with a loud noise.  
(Psalm 33:3)

Similar to private lessons in structure with less personal instruction.


What Should I Expect?

60-minutes:

  1. 5 minutes: discuss goals and objectives from previous week.
  2. 5 minutes: discuss progress & identify problems arising from previous week of practice.
  3. 30 minutes: warm-ups and exercises
  4. 15 minutes: group repertoire* (usually easy choir arrangements) *may be replaced with further exercises when necessary.
  5. 5 minutes: identify goals and objectives for upcoming week.


What to bring to your lesson:

  1. Bottled water
  2. Pencil with eraser
  3. Any required sheet music
  4. Recording device


What to do between lessons:

  1. Practice; divide your time equally between foundation work, warm-ups and repertoire.
  2. 30 minutes, 3 times per week


Other General Information:

  • Group lesson students are encouraged but not required to participate in quarterly recitals for family and friends and only in group numbers.
  • Students should note that fundamentals are the key to all singing and repertoire may be put on hold when further foundational work is needed.