Things to Look for in a Vocal Coach


You may not have thought about it before, but there are a lot of things to consider when looking for a vocal coach. You want someone who is qualified and experienced with teaching singing lessons as well as someone you can trust to be honest with you about your progress.

The best singers know that developing the voice doesn’t stop when you start belting those high notes, and voice coaches can teach them so much more than just how to sing. Having strong vocal training has been shown time after time as the foundation for success with audiences- whether it’s on American Idol or gathered around your piano during an afternoon downpour.

Meticulous lessons in correct pronunciation will help carry yourself with confidence while enunciating every syllable clearly; sound production skills are crucial if one desires rich tones which project their message across room full of people without distortion coming through loud speakers -or even worse yet: lost mayhem due entirely too much noise.

More importantly, you want someone who will be able to work with your schedule! With that in mind, here are some great questions to ask any potential coaches:

  1. What are your goals in studying voice?

Interested in going from being a pretty good singer to an awesome vocalist? A great way is by investing yourself into learning with the help of a coach. Not only does this person have knowledge on how you can improve your skills, they will spot potential problems before it becomes too late and work around-the-clock until all obstacles are removed from singing.

Whether you want someone to help train for a vocal studio, feel more confident in public speaking or extend your range and boost performance – knowing what we’re aiming at is the first step in the right direction.

  1. Check their background training.

While looking for a vocal coach, it’s important to ask about their qualifications and experience. If they have relevant training in reputable institutions like universities or conservatoires then you will feel more at ease that the knowledge your singer is working with has been passed down through many generations of professionals who were also trained by these same teachers.

Alongside this information on past education may come other clues as well – how long has he/she spent teaching students? What are his averages when dealing specifically with weeks per student overall years worked together (or months)?

  1. Check their passion for teaching voice.

It is important to seek out vocal coaches who have a passion for the craft and can teach you more than just technical terms. Passion and in-depth understanding of how your singing voice works will help guide you through this journey

The best vocal coaches don’t always come with accolades after their name or decades worth of experience – but learning about them early on may be beneficial if only because it’s good research material! A great teacher also needs knowledge gained from other sources such as books, articles & blog posts which we often overlook at first glance when meeting someone new.