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Top 10 singing classes in Revere, MA

Students agree: these Revere singing lessons are highly rated for knowledge, experience, communication, and more.
Fallon Vocal Studios

Fallon Vocal Studios

5.0(2)
3 hires on Lessons
43+ years in business
Serves Revere, MA
Divine M. says, "Very insightful and thorough he also provided help. Thought me some great breathing techniques and vocal exercises." Read more
Lisette Studios

Lisette Studios

New on Lessons
Offers online services
13+ years in business
Serves Revere, MA
Lisette Studios is a sanctuary for musical exploration and growth. Established over a decade ago within the warmth of a private residence, we've been nurturing musical talents with care and dedication. Our intimate boutique music studio specializes in offering personalized lessons in singing and piano for individuals of all levels, from seasoned professionals to aspiring beginners. Experience the comfort and convenience of learning in a private home setting, where creativity flourishes and talents blossom. Whether you're preparing for auditions, refining your skills, or embarking on your musical journey, April Lisette is here to support you.
Bob Wolfman Guitar/Bass/Voice

Bob Wolfman Guitar/Bass/Voice

5.0Exceptional(23)
Top Pro
Offers online services
41 hires on Lessons
41+ years in business
Serves Revere, MA
Joe C. says, "Reposting my review due to some grammar errors! My experience with Bob Wolfman has been fantastic. I’ve gotten so much better at playing the guitar and I’ve learned more in the past 3 months with Bob than all my previous years before studying with him. As an almost intermediate player, I didn’t have a lot of music theory knowledge, and couldn’t improvise very well. Learning music theory with Bob was actually fun, and he explains things that initially seem super complicated in a way that’s easy to understand. Not only that, but now I’m applying the theory I've learned from Bob in actual music, and being able to implement things he taught me on the fly. This has given me a ton of confidence as a player. In addition to the music theory, my chord vocabulary and licks I can play on the fly have astronomically increased as well. I can’t recommend Wolfman’s School of Music enough! If you’re at all serious about learning to play guitar, work with Bob!" Read more
Traveling Music Lessons- Boston- In Home/In Person

Traveling Music Lessons- Boston- In Home/In Person

5.0(2)
7+ years in business
Serves Revere, MA
Nate C. says, "Having your teacher come to you is so convenient! I never realized taking guitar lessons could be this easy!" Read more

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 Lessons.com 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 Revere singing classes

Recent success stories from people in the Revere area.
Vitor C.
Very knowledge professor and also good instructor. Passionate about his work and patient.
Fallon Vocal Studios
Joe C.
My experience with Bob Wolfman has been fantastic. I’ve gotten so much better at playing the guitar and I’ve learned more in the past 3 months with Bob than all my previous years before studying with him. As an almost intermediate player, I didn’t have a lot of music theory knowledge, and couldn’t improvise very well. Learning music theory with Bob was actually fun, and he explains things that initially seem super complicated in a way that’s sleazy to understand. Not only that, but now I’m applying the theory I've learned from Bob in actual music, and being able to implement things he taught me on the fly. This has given me a ton of confidence as a player. In addition to the music theory, my chord vocabulary and licks I can play on the fly have astronomically increased as well. I can’t recommend Wolfman’s School of Music enough! If you’re at all serious about learning to play guitar, work with Bob!
Bob Wolfman Guitar/Bass/Voice
Tess H.
Traveling Music Lessons has been awesome. Our teacher is great and it's so convenient they come to you. 10/10. That's my son rocking out :) :) :).
Traveling Music Lessons- Boston- In home/In Person
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