HOW MUCH DO LESSONS COST?
$35 per half hour
$70 per hour. 
Cash, check, credit card and paypal accepted.
Checks are made to Celia's Voice Studio. 
Paypal is to celia@celiasvoicestudio.com.

STUDIO HOURS?
Lessons are booked in half-hour or hour sessions afternoon and evening Mondays-Fridays.

DO YOU TEACH ONLINE?
Celia teaches on Skype. Skype audio quality has improved a lot over the last few years so that you receive the same quality of lesson over Skype as you would in person. Try it and see. Celia's Skype ID is celiasvoicestudio.com. Indicate when booking if you want a Skype or In Person lesson.

WHY SHOULD I TAKE WEEKLY REGULAR LESSONS?
For new students I suggest weekly lessons for at least 8 weeks. This will give you a chance to really grasp physically and conceptually the vocal coordination I teach you.

DO I HAVE TO TAKE A REGULAR LESSON?
No. You can book as you go, when you want.

WHAT ARE YOUR POLICIES FOR CANCELING, PAYMENT, AND SCHEDULING?
24 hours cancelation notice required to earn either refund or make-up. 1 week preferred.
Payment in advance of lessons is requested. For students who hold a regular spot at least one week in advance must be paid.

WHAT AGES DO YOU TEACH?
All ages. Anyone with some focus can learn good technique and prepare age and level-appropriate songs. 6 or 7 is probably about the youngest to gain something from the lessons.
We have to improve our shot in basketball, our serve in tennis, our fretting in guitar playing. It’s no different with the voice. Almost every famous singer has a vocal coach. Regina Spektor, Stevie Wonder, Linkin Park, and other famous artists from various genres work with vocal coaches to get the most out of their voice.

DO YOU TEACH GUITAR AND PIANO TOO?
I teach both children and adults in beginner guitar and piano. Voice students massively benefit from learning at least some basic piano. I will adapt the lessons for your abilities and for your interests whether you are an adult or child. I love to teach reading music as well but I also love to teach playing by ear. Guitar students generally will find more success if they start at 7 years old. I can teach you classical with a nylon string guitar or contemporary guitar, using an electric or acoustic. We will use a book to help your reading and learn tablature and chart reading too. I tend to use Russ Shipton's classical book for teenage and adult students and Alfred's Guitar Complete for a contemporary approach.