The best way to help your young child learn how to sing is in a choral setting. Breathing, technique, pronunciation, and the love of singing are all taught in a fun community of supportive teachers and peers. Also, young voices haven't matured yet! Singing together with friends is a much better way to instill the love of singing in your child. 


However, if your middle-school age child is interested in taking individual lessons, we do have some recommendations to offer:


Kayla Johnson

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Kayla teaches voice lessons that focus on healthy singing and the development of foundational techniques that can be used for any type of singing whether it be classical, musical theater, pop, or for fun. Kayla takes students that are in 6th grade or older. Younger students are taken on a case-by-case basis.

Kayla also teaches piano lessons for any age.


Alchemy Music School

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An entirely online music school based on creating community and strong, well-rounded musicians. BYC recommends Michelle Brayson as a teacher for both vocals and keys.


Emily DenBleyker

Emily DenBleyker, soprano, has been singing and acting professionally since she was 10 years old. Equally comfortable singing musical theatre, opera, pop, jazz, and sacred music, she has performed internationally on stages of all sizes. Born in South Jersey, Emily also enjoys knitting and reading books about archaeology. BA Music and Communication Arts, Gordon College. Emily only offers online lessons.