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21 Questions

I am so proud of you! You asked around, did the research and You Found The One. You picked your consultation day and time and now you are prepping. But what you should you ask? How do you know if they are the best fit for you? Asking the right questions during the consultation with a vocal coach can make a huge difference in the success of your vocal training.


Here are a few key questions to consider asking during your consultation:

  1. How much experience do you have as a vocal coach?

  2. Do you have experience working with different types of singing styles?

  3. How often will we have lessons?

  4. Can you help me prepare for an audition or performance?

  5. How do you help with stage presence and performance anxiety?

  6. Are you comfortable working with beginner singers or only more experienced singers?

  7. What specific areas do you think I need to focus on in my vocal training? Your vocal coach will likely have a good sense of your current strengths and weaknesses and can offer specific guidance on what to work on to improve your singing.

  8. How do you typically structure vocal lessons? Understanding the structure of your vocal coach's lessons will help you better prepare for them and know what to expect.

  9. How do you measure progress in vocal training? It's essential to have a clear idea of how progress will be measured in your vocal training so that you can track your progress and adjust your approach as needed.

  10. Can you provide any specific exercises or techniques to help me improve my singing? Your vocal coach will likely have a variety of exercises and techniques to help you improve your singing, and asking for specific examples can give you a better idea of what to expect in your training.

  11. How do you communicate with your students during lessons? Knowing how your vocal coach communicates during lessons will help you understand what to expect and how to take advantage of your time.

  12. Are you available for online or virtual lessons? With the current situation, it's important to know if your coach is able to provide online or virtual lessons.


The key to getting the most out of your vocal training is asking the right questions and actively engaging in the process. Asking these questions during your consultation gives you a better understanding of what to expect and makes the most of your time with your vocal coach.


I know you are ready to take the next steps and invest in your vocal health today. Visit our website at www.lovemoremusicllc.com to schedule your FREE consultation. Love More Music is ready to UNLOCK YOUR SOUND!


Happy Singing!


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