ELECTRIC MOON vocal students will learn the fundamentals of singing, such as breathing, posture and diction.  These three elements together are the keys behind every great Singer!  Our experienced and knowledgeable instructors will guide each student through the early stages of vocal progression, assisting with pitch training, developing timbre and maintaining steady tempo.  As the student progresses in the program, they will learn more intermediate and  advanced singing techniques.  Students will be asked to select a few songs they would like to work on and learn with their instructor.  It is a key philosophy here at the ELECTRIC MOON that heart and soul is at the foundation of every great Musician, Singer and Performer.  We will help tap into that imagination!  Private lessons are available for every ELECTRIC MOON class.

Here at the ELECTRIC MOON we realize that all students will be different, each will be interested in different genres, and all will learn at a different pace.  We also understand that all instructors will have their own unique and creative way of teaching and inspiring the student. We encourage that!  What we have included here is just a basic agenda, and areas we think should be reached. All of this is flexible and can be interchanged according to the students needs and interests. We want to encourage and inspire future leaders and give them the musical tools to change the World in their own way.  That is at the heartbeat of the ELECTRIC MOON.

*Include a checklist of all the things students are most interested in learning @ the top of class.

*1st 10-20 minutes in each lesson used to get to know the student and go over what was taught in previous lessons, and how practice went.  

*Next go over the new lesson plan and determine what will be practiced for the next lesson.  

*1st 10-20 minutes in each lesson is used to get to know the student and go over what was taught in previous lessons, and how practice went.  

*Next go over the new lesson plan and determine what will be practiced for the next lesson.  

*Last 20 minutes discuss how these music lessons can be applied to everyday life and watch live performances of Artists that have influenced both the instructor and student to help inspire and encourage practice and future lessons.  It is very important to the ELECTRIC MOON that everything that is learned in the lessons is applied to creating something new and unique that interests both the student and instructor.   It is very important to the ELECTRIC MOON  and the basis of our foundation that diversity is always front and center.  We believe that just like in any profession, research and study should hold great importance to a well rounded musician.  We want our students to be well rounded and all instructors are encouraged to include all forms of music, soul, blues, country, hip hop, jazz, metal, rock and roll, world music and beyond into their lesson plans.


*Assess what the student knows, get to know them and learn about what inspires them, and what they would like to learn.

*Discuss the students’ vocal/singer influences.

*Learning warm ups/warm downs and vocal exercises. 

*Begin by figuring out how the student will learn best.

*The origin of singing and the universal language.

*The mechanics of the voice.

*Distinguish the difference between head voice and chest voice.

*Breathing exercises.



*The importance of singing from the diaphragm and vocal health.

*Practice matching notes from piano.

*Express the importance of finding ones own voice and to sing with heart and soul and inflection.

*Go through songs the student is interested in learning to sing with the instructor.


*Expand upon what was learned in beginner lessons and work to improve upon that.

*Learn and develop vocal scales.

*Pitch training and develop timbre.

*Develop the use of harmony and tips on how to harmonize with others.

*Vocal conditioning.

*If the student plays an instrument, begin working with the student to begin to play and sing at the same time.


*Assess where the student has developed and set course structure from there. 

*Cover music theory at length.

*Find the students octave range, and what type of voice they have.

*Mastering breath control.

*Firm understanding of harmony and harmonizing with other voices.

*Continue strength training and proper projection.

*Help and encourage the student to find their own voice and remind them that heart and soul is the truest ingredient in being a great singer.

*Master the songs the student was interested in learning with the instructor.

*Compose songs with the instructor.

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