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Caroline Spaeth
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Caroline Spaeth
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Singing Lessons

Offers remote services
  • Serves Roswell, GA
The core of my teaching philosophy is to let each student develop at an individual pace and discover a personalized connection to the music being performed. The studio is YOUR space, where YOUR growth and comfort are the #1 priority. Breath awareness and physical connection are key components of my instruction. This can even be found in an online setting! Many of my students have performed in leading and supporting roles with companies such as Reagle Music Theatre, Alexander Children’s Theatre, and CIC Theatre. Others have been featured as soloists in Waltham High School Show Choir, Waltham Idol, Newton Family Singers, and their own local churches WHAT STUDENTS ARE SAYING: “Caroline is a clear communicator who always creates a positive and encouraging learning environment. Her teaching methods are very grounded in physical movements and sensations, which has helped me to become a more consistent performer and to engage with my entire body while I am singing.”-Alison, voice student "Caroline is a terrific voice coach who provides you with fantastic training"- Lunbo, voice student “[Caroline] improved my form and confidence greatly”-Anon voice student "Caroline is an excellent voice coach! She is conveys the techniques important to singing in a clear and understandable way. She is experienced, punctual, approachable and very patient! "- Rachael, voice studentSee more

$40

starting cost

$40

starting cost

The core of my teaching philosophy is to let each student develop at an individual pace and discover a personalized connection to the music being performed. The studio is YOUR space, where YOUR growth and comfort are the #1 priority. Breath awareness and physical connection are key components of my instruction. This can even be found in an online setting! Many of my students have performed in leading and supporting roles with companies such as Reagle Music Theatre, Alexander Children’s Theatre, and CIC Theatre. Others have been featured as soloists in Waltham High School Show Choir, Waltham Idol, Newton Family Singers, and their own local churches WHAT STUDENTS ARE SAYING: “Caroline is a clear communicator who always creates a positive and encouraging learning environment. Her teaching methods are very grounded in physical movements and sensations, which has helped me to become a more consistent performer and to engage with my entire body while I am singing.”-Alison, voice student "Caroline is a terrific voice coach who provides you with fantastic training"- Lunbo, voice student “[Caroline] improved my form and confidence greatly”-Anon voice student "Caroline is an excellent voice coach! She is conveys the techniques important to singing in a clear and understandable way. She is experienced, punctual, approachable and very patient! "- Rachael, voice student

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Answers to commonly asked questions from the experts on Thumbtack.

What do you wear to swing dance lessons?

Swing dance is an increasingly popular style of ballroom dance with a dress code that reflects its roots in the 1920s-1940s jazz era. Although many studios don’t require historically accurate costumes for their private dance lessons, many dancers want to dress the part. You can wear clothes that are comfortable to move — and sweat — in, such as T-shirts and loose skirts or khakis. Or for an appropriately vintage look, women often wear shirt dresses with a knee-length A-line or circle skirt that allows for plenty of swishy movement. Men usually opt for a button-down shirt and trousers. The most important part of a swing dance outfit is the shoes. Both men and women can opt for simple sneakers, like Keds, or leather dance shoes, such as saddle shoes. Until you have several dance lessons under your belt, stay away from heels.

How much are singing lessons?

Singing lessons cost $50 per hour, on average. Hourly rates can range anywhere from $40-$80. However, some vocal instructors may charge flat rates or offer packages. They may also offer 30-minute lessons for a lower price. Or, they might require monthly tuition for ongoing classes. It depends on the voice coach. 

Contact vocal instructors near you to get a sense of how much singing lessons cost in your area.

How much do dance lessons cost?

Adults who want to learn to dance, whether to prepare for a wedding or to meet new people, often enjoy taking dance lessons from an experienced dance instructor. Instructors may offer classes one-on-one to individual students or couples, or to small groups. The national average cost for a dance instructor ranges from $30 to $50. Some studios offer a discounted introductory lessons or group lessons, as well as package deals that are more affordable than paying for individual lessons. Some dance instructors will travel to the student’s home, which usually costs more, while others hold small-group sessions in their studios. If you choose a small-group class, expect to pay less than for individual dance lessons.

How can I find a good voice teacher?

Use Thumbtack to find a good, top-rated voice teacher near you. With Thumbtack, you can view the teachers’ profiles, read their client testimonials and check their ratings. To ensure you hire the best instructor, ask them questions about their credentials and success with other students. You should also get cost estimates from at least three instructors before you make your decision.

What is a good age to start vocal lessons?

Whether you’re a novice or experienced singer, it’s never too late to start taking vocal lessons.

If you’re thinking about signing up your child for voice lessons, keep in mind that some instructors recommend waiting until their voice settles after puberty. Talk to voice coaches near you to find out if now's the time for you (or your child) to start taking lessons.

What are singing lessons like?

Every voice coach may have a different style of teaching, but here are a few things you'll likely experience during a singing lesson: 

  • Explaining to the instructor what you want to improve on.
  • Going through a few breathing and riff exercises.
  • Receiving constructive feedback and criticism from the instructor.

Before your first voice lesson, you can ask your instructor what you should expect and how to prepare.

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