Evidence Based Singing Lessons

Training available for Trinity College or RockSchool examinations, and singing competitions.

Voice Lessons

In vocal lessons, we will work on various aspects of your vocal performance.

In addition to the technical aspects of singing, vocal lessons may also cover other topics related to music and performance, such as voice function and anatomy, music theory, ear training, stage presence, and interpretation.

Vocal lessons are beneficial for singers of all levels, from beginners to professionals, and can help students to develop a strong foundation for their singing skills, as well as refine their vocal abilities to achieve their musical goals.

What you will learn:
Safe & Efficient Technique & Vocal Versatility – Learn how to use your voice safely, ensure longevity, and develop a versatile range of skills and approaches to singing.
Vocal Anatomy & Production – Great for singers, but also extremely beneficial for teachers, lecturers, sports coaches, public speakers, anyone who uses their voice for their career! Understanding how the voice works is essential to protecting and ensuring the longevity of your voice.
Stage Performance & Confidence – Do you struggle with performance anxiety and want to maximise your abilities when performing? These lessons are great for any performer and will help you feel confident on stage, at work and in life. Performance skills are essential for any musical artist.
Music Theory & Keyboard skills – Music theory is an essential tool for all instruments, including the voice. Keyboard skills are essential for vocal exercises, song writing, and self-accompanying.

Vocal Coaching

This type of coaching is for professional singers and aspiring artists.

Designed to improve your vocal abilities and performance skills in order to excel in the competitive world of music.

Industry vocal coaching may cover a variety of topics, including:
Vocal technique – improving breath control, pitch accuracy, range, tone quality, and overall vocal performance.
Style and genre – developing the skills and techniques required for different types of music, such as musical theatre, pop, rock, classical, country, or jazz.
Performance skills – developing stage presence, microphone technique, and other performance skills such as improvisation, interpretation, and connection with the audience.
Recording and studio work – guidance on how to prepare for and execute successful studio sessions, including techniques for recording vocals, working with producers, and creating compelling performances for recordings.
Industry knowledge and career development – guidance on industry trends, networking strategies, marketing techniques, and other essential skills needed to succeed as a professional singer.


Violin, Keyboard & Guitar.

Beginner Level:
Intermediate Level:

Ready to Elevate Your Voice?

Contact us now to start your musical journey with Kallysion Voice Studio. Let’s make music together!


12 Barrowclough Street
Hoon Hay, Christchurch 8025

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