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Sally Louise
VOCAL STUDIO

Hello!

My name is Sally Louise

As an opera singer turned indie folk singer-songwriter with 14+ years experience, I enjoy teaching students how to cultivate their musical abilities and reach their full potential.

I teach singing from a holistic approach, because singing is a combination of how a student shows up mentally, emotionally, and physically.

I teach virtually from anywhere in the US or in-person in Rochester, NY.

Interested in taking our first lesson together? 

Email me at hellosallylouise@gmail.com

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PROFESSIONAL VOICE TRAINING & MEMBERSHIPS

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Frequently Asked Questions

What are the benefits of consistent voice lessons?

Singing is proven to ease your nervous system, strengthen your neural function and longevity, and improve your core strength.  In addition to the physical effects, every single student has experienced an increase in confidence when it comes to singing or speaking in public.  Some students may become the next Pavarotti, and others simply wish to sing better in the shower, but all students will notice significant positive changes in the way they approach the world with their voice.

What is your teaching method?

I believe learning classical technique is the best foundation for any genre, style, or musical goal.  Through classical training, students maintain their vocal health and longevity, and are able to gain full emotional and technical command of their instrument no matter what genre they're singing.  At any time, students are working on one classical piece and at least one song of their choosing from any genre. 

What does a typical lesson look like?

Each lesson looks different depending on what goals the student has.  On average, lessons begin by discussing what the student worked on and noticed in their practicing since the last lesson.  Then we warmup and decide what we want to accomplish during the lesson before diving right in!

Am I too old/young to take lessons?

No one is too old to take lessons!  However, I prefer to work with students who are at least 14 years old (with some exceptions depending on their musical experience).  

Do I need to know how to read music or play an instrument?

Although it is not required, it is helpful if you already know how to read music or have some experience playing an instrument.  For voice lessons, there is no need to know how to play an instrument.  For songwriting lessons, it is preferable to have experience with an instrument.

Do you do virtual or in person lessons?

I teach both!  My virtual students are from all over th U.S. and my in-person students are based in Rochester, NY

Book A Lesson

Introduce yourself and let me know what interests you in taking voice lessons.

Let's make your singing dreams realiity!

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