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Top 10 singing classes in Monterey Park, CA

Students agree: these Monterey Park singing lessons are highly rated for knowledge, experience, communication, and more.
Michelle Rice, Soprano, Private Voice Lessons

Michelle Rice, Soprano, Private Voice Lessons

Offers online services
1 hire on Lessons
17+ years in business
Serves Monterey Park, CA
Gabrielle O. says, "Michelle is incredibly knowledgeable about the voice and the mechanics of the instrument. She is able to explain complex ideas in ways that make it very approachable and has multiple methods and imagery for making a connection to the concept. I am classically trained, haven't sung for a while and am interested in Musical Theatre and Michelle has done such a wonderful job of blending together my interests with our goals for the lessons. My voice has grown so much since we started lessons together and I am so grateful for her ability to share her wisdom in a way that is meaningful and personable as well as her ability to encourage me. I learn so much every lesson and throughly enjoy my time learning with Michelle! I cannot recommend her enough!" Read more
Voice Studio Of David Way

Voice Studio Of David Way

New on Lessons
Offers online services
2 hires on Lessons
18+ years in business
Serves Monterey Park, CA
Voice/singing development based upon functional principles of vocal mechanics. I love combining the analysis and "prescription" in figuring out how to build various voices and impart knowledge of vocal mechanics with students.


New on Lessons
Offers online services
Serves Monterey Park, CA
Hi there, I was classically trained from the age of 3 to 13. I passed grade 8 exams on ABRSM by the time I turned 11. I can teach anything of the works from classical composer, to pop music and musicals to basic creative songwriting. I am 36 and still play the piano at home and in church settings or for friends and family. I believe my understanding of the classical training will give you great foundations for your musical path that will set you up for life for further advancements.

Your Singing Lessons questions, answered

Answers to commonly asked questions from the experts on Lessons.

How much are singing lessons?

Singing lessons cost $50 to $90 per hour on average. Prices vary depending on the teacher's location, experience, reputation, and whether you're taking a private or group lesson. Group lessons typically cost less per person than private lessons, but you may not get as much personal attention and feedback in a group setting.

  • Some singing teachers charge a flat rate for a specified increment of time, typically in 30-minute, 45-minute, or 60-minute increments.
  • Many coaches offer package deals to purchase 2 to 10+ lessons at a time and reduce the cost per lesson.

Do singing lessons work?

Singing lessons won't change your sound completely, but they can help improve your sound by strengthening your vocal cords and improving your range and tone.

What do singing lessons teach you?

Singing lessons involve more than just your voice. A vocal coach will teach you how to hold and improve your posture, which gives your diaphragm optimal room to expand. You also learn proper breathing techniques and how to use your breath to improve your tone. Singing lessons also help you improve your diction—the way you articulate your words when singing—as well as your ability to match specific pitches.

Can adults take singing lessons?

Yes, adults can absolutely take singing lessons. While starting singing lessons at a young age gives you more time to develop your voice, it's never too late to begin learning and improve your singing voice.

How do I find the best singing lessons near me?

Follow these guidelines to help you choose the best singing lessons near you:

  • Check out their reviews on and Google.
  • Get at least three estimates from teachers with similar credentials.
  • Ask for recommendations from others in the local music community.
  • Do a trial meeting or lesson if possible with several teachers to find the best fit for your goals.
  • Ask them about their training and credentials.
  • Ask about what specific methods and techniques they teach.
  • Ask about the specific progress they've made with other students.
  • Make sure their schedule matches your availability.

What questions should I ask when choosing a singing teacher?

Ask these questions to help you choose the best singing teacher for you:

  • How long have you been teaching singing?
  • Can you share any success stories?
  • Do I need to have a good voice already to become a better singer?
  • How long does it typically take to see improvement?
  • Do you offer any package deals?
  • What is your teaching schedule?
  • How long are your singing lessons? 
  • How often should I practice?
  • Do you offer private or group lessons?
  • Where do you teach?
  • Do you offer online lessons using video calling?

Reviews for Monterey Park singing classes

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Michelle Rice, soprano, Private Voice Lessons
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