Before starting singing lessons at Fox Music of Virginia Beach, there is a lot of thought that goes into it. You may think one day that you want to sing popular music. The next day you may decide that classical is more your style. You may even like reggae for a minute. Whatever your genre of choice is, one thing is certain. When deciding to start on your vocal journey, the thought of whether it is really that easy to use your instrument and begin to perform will pop into your head. The answer is yes and no! Although having the commitment to start using your instrument is a major half of the process, the biggest factor in your musical growth is practice. Taking singing lessons with the right teacher is very important to growing as a musician, but at the end of the day in order to nurture your skills you must practice as well. Taking home the new songs, scales, and exercises you learned in your singing lessons cannot be fully helpful if you do not practice!
Singing lessons and growing through practice
Practicing what you learn in your singing lessons helps your voice muscles grow big and strong. It also helps you adjust to the memorization that you will need to work on. It might seem like there is a lot to know at first, but luckily practice becomes contagious when you start taking singing lessons! Our instructors help to steer your newly found interest in your voice into something that you can soon become very passionate about, and therefore you won’t want to stop your practice! The more you practice outside of singing lessons, the more rewarding they will be. You will be able to go farther because of what you have accomplished and grown during your practice time. So don’t put your passions in a box, limiting them to only a few times a week! Let them out with practice!