If you've always wanted to hone your skills as a rock, pop, country, jazz, gospel or R&B singer, Jim Beaver's School of Music has the voice teacher for you. Our voice faculty focuses on popular music, musical theater, and classical styles. Each week, students are led through physical exercises to improve their vocal range, ear training, breath control, enunciation and more. Each student set goals with their teacher, either to sound like their favorite recording artist, or to develop their own unique voice. We also teach TV and radio personalities who want to enhance their speaking voices.
What’s the #1 reason to take voice lessons at the JBSOM?
Our voice instructors work with each student and parent on a personal level to craft a lesson plan that fits the student's individual needs and favorite type of music. Whether you’re a singer in a band, a seven year old taking their first lesson, or a fifty year old returning to singing after many years, our friendly, dedicated teachers will share their love of popular music and help you set goals to achieve your musical aspirations.
What styles of singing do you teach?
Our voice teachers primarily focus on popular music. If you've always wanted to be a better rock, pop, country, jazz, gospel or R&B singer, we have the right voice teachers for you.
How qualified are your voice instructors?
Our voice lesson instructors have received their education from prestigious institutions such as Appalachian State University, East Carolina University, the University of North Carolina School of the Arts, and Mars Hill University, among others. Many have toured the US, are published songwriters, adjunct professors at local Colleges, and bring over 40 years of professional performance and teaching experience to your lessons.
What will I learn from voice lessons at JBSOM?
Voice students spend time each week doing physical exercises to improve their vocal range, ear training, breath control, vibrato, tone production, enunciation and more. All voice students set goals with their teacher to work on sounding like their favorite recording artists, or if they prefer, to develop their own unique voice.