Welcome to Voice Lessons in Mississauga
It is believed that singing originated before spoken language developed. Our voice is supposed to be the first-ever original instrument of music.
While it is generally believed that almost anybody can sing, not everyone can sing well. And that’s where qualified vocal training can make a significant difference. Similarly, people who believe they are “tone-deaf” simply lack the training to hear & reproduce relative pitch. Again, that’s where qualified vocal training can make a significant difference.
It’s important to realize that the human voice emanates from a muscle and that this muscle develops as we grow, and sadly deteriorates as we age. The formidable years are between 8 and 19 years of age when vocalists can best benefit from structured vocal training. For more mature singers, proper training can correct bad habits and slow down the deterioration of vocal cords – which will let you “sing your heart out”, without people having to stick their fingers in their ears – for many years to come!