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Tracy Edwards - Online Music
Tracy Edwards - Online Music




Offers remote services
  • Serves Lansing, MI
*Please note that I teach online lessons only.* Tracy is a joyful arts advocate, and believes that even the youngest or most beginning student can learn to be expressive and musical. Offers piano lessons, solfege/singing training, music theory, ear training, music history & appreciation, and ukulele lessons. -15 years teaching experience. -Studied piano, piano pedagogy (the art of teaching piano), singing, and general music in college. -The Outstanding Pianist Award, Portland Community College -Music Teacher’s National Association, and Oregon Music Teacher’s Association Member. -Teaching Certificate from the Royal Academy of Dance. Tracy is a classical ballet instructor turned music teacher, and grew up studying ballet, the piano, and music. She also grew up singing in her church choir. After a period of intense training in classical ballet, she was accepted into the prestigious Royal Academy of Dance’s Teaching Certificate Program. In addition to teaching ballet, her teacher’s training included the study of music, kinesiology, folk music and dance, modern dance, and other aspects of the performing and fine arts. Later on she went back to college for the second time and studied the piano, piano pedagogy (piano teacher's training), and singing more intensely. She also enjoys playing the ukulele and the Celtic harp, and has a special interest in both church music and music therapy.See more


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Q & A

Answers to commonly asked questions from the experts on Thumbtack.

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.

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.

How many singing lessons do I need?

It depends on what you’re hoping to accomplish with your singing lessons. Consult a highly rated vocal instructor to determine how many lessons you should take — and how often you should take them.

Do singing lessons actually work?

Yes, many students who’ve taken singing lessons say that their singing has gotten better. To find out if voice coaches near you have successfully taught others how to sing, read their customer reviews on Thumbtack.

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.

Where can you get singing lessons?

You can receive singing lessons from a vocal instructor or voice coach on Thumbtack. Some instructors offer virtual lessons, while others may require you to come into a studio for instruction. 

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.

Reviews for Lansing voice instructors
Greg D.
I just enjoyed my fourth voice lesson with Bev Finch, and I am very pleased with the experience so far. I’m an adult student (54), coming at this as a long-time musician and song leader at my church who recognizes there is room for growth and improvement with my singing - breath control, articulation, pitch placement, tone, etc. Bev started working with me “right where I was,” and I have every confidence she will lead me effectively toward my goals (as long as I put in the work, of course). I look forward to the progress I am sure to make with Bev as a voice teacher.
Beverly Finch MusicBeverly Finch Music
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