Pop Singing Group Class – Group Class Available for Registration


Welcome to our Pop Singing Group Lesson Schedule!

Are you looking for a fun and engaging way to learn how to sing? Well, look no further than our group lessons! Our group lessons are the perfect way to meet new friends and hone your skills as a singer.

We offer group lessons for our Pop Singing Course, and our lesson times are based on the number of students in each group. For groups with 3 to 4 students, the lesson time is 1 hour, and for groups with 5 to 6 students, the lesson time is 1.5 hours. The course fees for each group lesson package of 4 lessons is just $170.

To ensure an engaging and interactive learning experience, we do have a minimum requirement of 3 students per class for our Pop Singing Group lessons.

Based on the number of students enrolled, the lesson duration will be as follows:

  1. If there are 3 to 4 students in the class, the lesson duration will be 1 hour.
  2. If there are 4 to 6 students in the class, the lesson duration will be extended to 1.5 hours.

This approach allows us to optimize the group dynamics and provide sufficient individual attention to each participant. Our aim is to create an environment where you can thrive as a singer and develop your skills alongside other talented individuals.

Please keep in mind that while these are the initial time allocations, they may be subject to adjustments based on the final number of students enrolled and the instructor’s discretion. We will do our best to keep you informed of any changes to the schedule.

We hope this information helps you in planning your participation in our Pop Singing Group lessons. We look forward to having you as part of our musical community!

Group singing lessons provide a unique opportunity for individuals to develop their vocal abilities while enjoying the social aspect of singing with others. Here are some benefits of group singing lessons:

  1. Supportive Environment: In a group singing lesson, individuals can feel supported by their fellow singers, which can help build confidence and self-esteem.
  2. Harmonizing: Group lessons allow individuals to practice harmonizing with others, which can improve their ability to blend their voice with others and create a cohesive sound.
  3. Learning from others: In a group setting, individuals can learn from their peers, which can be an effective way to pick up new techniques and styles.
  4. Motivation: In a group lesson, individuals are motivated by the group and the instructor, which can inspire them to practice and improve.
  5. Fun and enjoyment: Group singing lessons are a fun and enjoyable way to learn and improve vocal skills while also meeting new people and building relationships.
  6. Cost-effective: Group lessons are often more cost-effective than private lessons, which makes them accessible to more people who may not be able to afford individual instruction.

Overall, group singing lessons offer a supportive and fun environment for individuals to develop their vocal abilities while also building relationships with others who share their passion for singing.

So, what are you waiting for? Sign up for our Pop Singing Group Lesson today and discover your inner pop star!

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Q: I’m interested in group lesson, is there a group class that I can join? 

Yes! We do have group lessons for our courses, but we do need at least 3 students to start a group class. Once you give us your availability for group lessons, we’ll work our magic and get the other students who are eagerly waiting to join you. And don’t worry, we won’t put you in a group with your great-grandma or your little brother – we’ll group you with people who are on the same wavelength as you.

Now, we could try to squeeze you into a pre-existing group or pair you up with a different age group, but that’s like trying to fit a square peg into a round hole. It’s just not the right fit, and we believe in providing you with the perfect fit for high-quality music lessons.

And speaking of perfect fits, we’ve got a scheduling system that’s more organized than Marie Kondo’s sock drawer! Before we start our group lessons, we’ll be setting dates four by four, and everyone will agree in advance. That way, there’ll be no confusion or last-minute shenanigans – we’ll all be on the same page! We take our lesson scheduling seriously, because we know your time is precious.

We get it, life happens. Maybe you have a wedding to attend or because of work issue – we know they can throw a wrench in your schedule. We just ask that you give us a heads up if you need to reschedule a group lesson. You’ll need the approval of your groupmates, and we’ll need at two days’ notice, so we can make sure everyone’s on the same page. After all, we want to be fair to everyone who’s already reserved their time slot for the class. If any student is not agreeable and/or late notice, your “ticket” will be unfortunately be forfeited like a movie that you paid for but didn’t show up to.

We know it’s tough juggling everything at once, but we’re here to help. Let us know ahead of time, and we’ll work with you and your groupmates to find a new time that works for everyone. We’re all in this together, like a big musical family. So, if you need to reschedule, don’t be afraid to speak up – we’re here to support you!

Q: What if I’m in a group of 3 and one person decides to ditch the band?

A: Don’t worry, the show must go on! We have two options to keep the lessons rocking: 1) reduce the lesson time down to 45 minutes or 2) transfer the course to duo lessons fees. It’s your call!

Q: Can I switch to a different group?

A: Though as much as we want to, our belief is in providing quality music lessons, and we value your participation in our program. But if you’re considering switching to a different group, we’ll do our best to accommodate your request. However, keep in mind that each group has a unique pace and dynamics, and switching might affect your lesson progression. We’ll work with you to ensure that you continue to receive high-quality music lessons while considering the availability of open slots and necessary adjustments to the lesson schedule and fees.