Baritone Singing Lessons

Baritone Singing Lessons

Do you have a deep voice? Learning how to sing as a Baritone comes with unique challenges that singers with higher voice types might not face. While this isn’t a problem in itself, it unfortunately creates many vocal methods that are without consideration to your unique needs and issues as a singer. You wouldn’t take lessons with an driving instructor in an automatic car if you intend to drive manual/stick, right? The same goes for learning how to sing as a baritone. If you’re finding it hard to learn how to sing, or you’ve tried courses and lessons before without much progress, it’s likely you’re using the wrong instruction manual for your voice, and what you really need is Baritone singing Lessons with an experienced voice coach who not only understands your unique voice type, but IS a baritone as well.

Baritone Voice Coach – Increase Your Range

Welcome to Bohemian Vocal Studio! Hi, I’m Kegan – I too struggled to learn how to sing care of my naturally low voice. I bought books, courses, CD’s and took lessons with some of the most well respected singing teachers out there (well, at least the ones I could afford at the time!), and saw very little progress in my singing, until I became so frustrated with the process that I considered giving up – until I developed this simple and effective process for teaching anyone to sing better, yes, even Baritone singers like you and me!
[one_half padding=”0 10px 0 0″][/one_half]My approach to singing, the “Foundation, Growth, Balance” method is designed specifically from the perspective of a Baritone who struggled to find a method that really worked for my deep voice. I found a few things that worked and a couple of exercises that seemed to get better themselves with time, but ultimately nothing that really made me sing in better. Along the way, I identified the specific issues that most baritone singers face when learning how to sing, both physical and in a mental sense, things like;

  • Excess and unnecessary contraction of the Vocalis muscle
  • Lack of efficient resonance
  • “Morning Voice” aka “The Barry White Effect” first thing in the morning
  • A lack of range
  • A nasal or muddy vocal tone
  • Lack of balance between the TA and CT muscles
  • Lack of resonant connection between chest and head voice
  • Tension, strain and wear on the voice

Identifying these issues has allowed me to develop an approach specifically designed to help you balance and coordinate each aspect of the voice, from vocal onsets right through to connecting chest and head voice. This approach is perfect for Baritone singers and has been designed with over 20 years of singing experience and a decade of coaching expertise under my belt.

A great place to start is the free Baritone Singing Lesson which will share with you the unique and simple process that is helping Baritone singers like you all around the world learn how to turn their limited Baritone voice into an extensive, expressive and impressively powerful vocal range. The Foundation, Growth and Balance approach to singing has absolutely changed my life and changed my voice – I can’t wait to see how it’s going to change yours too!

If you have any questions about baritone Singing Lessons or learning how to sing, feel free to leave any feedback or questions below!

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