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SOBO Vocal Lessons


Lessons Fees: 

Most students take a 45 minute weekly lesson*

$80 for I hour lesson
$60 for 45 minutes ** 

$45 for 30 minutes

Lessons are paid at the time of the lesson or monthly by VENMO or PAYPAL.



A trial lesson is required  before scheduling lessons.  This is a time to get to know me and my teaching style, as well as to evaluate your singing  to make sure I am a good match for your vocal studies.

 Studio Policies
Cancellation Policy

If you must cancel your lesson for any reason, I ask at least a 24 hours notice. 


Of course, emergencies happen, and I always try to be understanding. If you have a last-minute emergency that prevents you from coming to your lesson, always notify me by telephone, text or by email.


Please note that I do not answer the phone during lessons.


Acceptable excuses for missing a lesson include illness, genuine emergency, car breakdown, or being abducted in a UFO. (Please provide written documentation of UFO abduction.) 


If you arrive late for a lesson because of traffic problems, I will TRY to give you your full 45 minutes (i.e. we can run a bit beyond the scheduled ending time). However my teaching schedule is usually full, and I can't bend it too much.


Please do not attend your lesson if you are feeling sick.   NO coughs, runny noses or sneezing- even if you feel it is mild.  We can do an online lesson if you feel like singing, but it is better to cancel. 


I am following recommended CDC guidelines and asking that ALL  students MUST be vaccinated- new students need to show a vaccine card before lessons can begin.  I am fully vaccinated and boosted.  


Please note that if you do not give me 24 hours notice, or a reasonable excuse, you are still responsible to pay for lessons that you miss.  


If you are ill... ... please do not come to your lesson. For your sake as well as mine. Especially if you have a cold, flu, or other respiratory illness. If you think you are too sick to sing, please phone me right away. We can always reschedule. No lesson, audition, rehearsal, or performance is more important than your own health. And I don't want to get sick, either!



I recommend a three ring binder dedicated to your vocal repertoire, exercises, and other material. You will use it to keep your music organized and to store your lesson and practice records and other handouts I give you. I record all your lessons and then send them to you via GOOGLE DRIVE.   You may also bring your own recording device if you wish. You will improve much quicker if you can listen to yourself and our lessons for reference. 


Whatever is good for your body and mind is also good for your voice and singing. Stay healthy and physically active. Eat well, get enough rest, and try to include a program of exercise and movement in your daily routine. I highly recommend Yoga for singers. It is a wonderful way to enhance body and breath awareness, factors which are crucial to good singing. If you find yourself experiencing vocal difficulty, discomfort, illness, or any other problem related to your physical or emotional vocal health, please phone me! I am always on call to answer questions, give advice, and offer emotional and artistic support.



Your lessons are only one element of your total vocal program. Without regular practice, you will not make progress. I will always try to be clear about your realistic vocal goals and I will always explain how the exercises I give you will help you reach them. It’s your responsibility to practice and make that happen. This is where the real improvement happens... Try to practice at least 15-20 minutes every day!

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