SINGING PRO VOCAL STUDIO

FAQs

FAQs
Q 1 : What if I have fears about singing or have little to no experience in music?
Answer: Before Konstantin A. Grigoriou (Co-Founder and Business Director of Singingpro.com) knew and began taking singing lessons from Ashley Jordan (Co-Founder & Lead Instructor of Singingpro.com), he was paralyzed with fear at the thought of singing in front of another person. In fact, one of the main reasons Konstantin spearheaded the launch of SingingPro.com is because his personal experience was so rewarding and he learned first-hand what a positive impact great voice teaching can have on one's singing and confidence. So PLEASE, do not let fear hold you back.
Q 2 : What if I want to take lessons but have no time?
Answer: Try our Special Voucher and make sure this is right for you.
Q 3 : Is there a catch or commitment to the FREE Introductory Lesson?
Answer: Not at all!!! We are offering the Special Voucher, so that people can try it out, get over their fears, improve their singing and performance, and see if it's something that’s right for them.
Q 4 : What Type or Style of music can I learn to sing?
Answer: Our instructors are experts at coaching in the styles of Pop, R&B, Country,  Rock, Broadway, Jazz, Gospel and Doo-wop.
Q 5 : Is it possible to sound like my favorite artist?
Answer: Our singing lessons are designed to bring out the best in you. If you are consistent and stay committed you are more likely to reach your goals.
Q 6 : Do I need a Singing Coach in order to lmprove?
Answer: It can be very hard to progress without direct outside feedback and a great vocal coach will help identify and work through areas that need improvement.
Q 7 : How long are Courses with Singing Pro?
Answer: The duration of the courses can vary from a month to a year, depending on which plan you opt for. We recommend that you continue to take lessons consistently, no matter your level of talent or experience, so that you can continue to grow and improve.
Q 8 : Do I need to know how to read music or play an instrument in order to take singing lessons?
Answer: You do not need to know how to read music or play an instrument in order to take singing lessons.


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