There is a lot to consider when working with young singers.
A student just getting started in reading music. A growing, changing voice.
First performances. Don’t forget the challenge of working with tuition-paying families and finding age-appropriate music that both you and the student enjoy. (it’s possible!)
With the right resources, teaching kids to sing can be rewarding for student and teacher. We have organized hands on, professional voice studio experience from teachers across Canada and the United States in the new FULL VOICE Teacher Guide.
Mine came this morning...read it cover-to-cover already!!!! Excellent resource! ~ S. Howell-Stuebing
Voice Teacher Handbook for 2019
The new FULL VOICE Teacher Guide is a soft cover 7 x 10 full colour book with 102 pages of ideas, strategies and inspiration for the private voice teacher. It includes:
simple and effective teaching strategies that you can use immediately.
helpful strategies for getting started with new students and first lessons.
multi-sensory warm-up activities for singers of all abilities.
MORE singing games for beginner singers to help develop independent singing skills from the very first lesson.
NEW! FULL VOICE Small group lesson curriculum and planning.
NEW! Age appropriate repertoire recommendations for young singers.
Includes articles from expert voice teachers and music educators who love working with young singers.
Understanding Vocal Anatomy: The Young Singing Larynx by Dana Lentini
Navigating Repertoire Challenges: Choosing Repertoire for Auditions by Nate Plummer
Learning new music: Tell the Story First by Donna Rhodenizer
The FULL VOICE Teacher Guide is not available in stores. Get it here or on Amazon worldwide.