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“I can’t speak highly enough of Chris. He has far exceeded my expectations as a vocal coach. Before I met Chris I was skeptical that I could even become a better singer. I wasn’t sure if lessons would even make a difference. After a couple months of taking lessons with Chris...

Si W.  

Yes, You Can TOTALLY Learn How To Sing, Even If You're Starting From Scratch. 

If you're like a lot of beginning singers, you may be wondering if you need to have a certain amount of natural ability before you can learn how to sing. You can absolutely learn how to sing, even if you're starting from scratch! I started singing with absolutely zero natural singing ability, but an unshakeable curiosity about the human voice, a burning fire to express myself and a completely open mind.  Read more...


I cannot recommend Chris highly enough. I have taken voice 5 or 6 times in the past, and he is by far...

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What's the Minimum Time Needed to Develop Your Singing? When I first started teaching, I thought every student should practice at least 30min a day, to get better. Then I noticed something

 What’s the minimum time needed to develop your singing?

Confidence the Feeling...Can You Sing Confidently Without Feeling Confident?Feeling confident is not always a reflection of your actual ability or readiness. You can look at several American Idol-type auditions to

Confidence the Feeling…Can You Sing Confidently Without Feeling Confident?

What if Singing Felt Better as You Got Better?One of the most common myths with singing, is that once you are sounding better, you will feel better about your singing

What if Singing Felt Better as You Got Better?