Pop vocals

Today there are quite a few methods of teaching pop singing. This is because pop singing includes elements of a huge number of vocal styles – pop, rock and folk music; rap, R & B and soul; jazz, swing and blues … Each style has its own way of performing and specific vocal techniques. The task of the teacher is to help the student not only in mastering various vocal techniques, but also in finding their own individual sound.

Jazz, Soul, Blues

Vocal jazz involves the maximum use of voice capabilities. However, novice jazz vocalists need to actively develop not only singing skills, but also to pay serious attention to exercises for a sense of rhythm and harmonic hearing. Such complex knowledge is necessary for mastering the art of improvisation and swing.

Young woman singing
Classic vocals

Training in classical vocal allows you to turn your voice into a unique instrument, to maximize its sonority and flight. The method of teaching in our school is based on the Belcanto Italian technique with elements of Russian and Georgian vocal schools. Classical vocals primarily include opera singing, performance of operetta, musical, and romance.


The genre of the musical implies the possession of both academic and pop vocal styles, the use of specific techniques (whisper, colloquial sound) and work with a microphone.

Symphonic metal, Pop-opera

Interesting subgenres of pop music that require a combination of vocalist skills. Pop songs performed in opera style, or, conversely, themes from classical music, stylized pop.

Learning process

Vocal lessons are accompanied by piano (exercises, learning, classical music) or a phonogram (instrumental).

Working with a microphone is included in the lesson.
We use the best equipment (Kawai piano, Yamaha sound equipment, Shure microphones).

The lesson lasts 50 minutes.

The optimal frequency of classes is 2 times a week, especially at the initial stage,
since vocals are in many ways a muscular exercise, and with large intervals between classes the skills are lost.

Education in Russian, Czech and English.

Vocal lessons are mostly individual, but there are also group options (from 2 people and more). Group classes consist of 2 parts – collective warm up exercises, with the correction of individual errors, and learning songs. In the second part, the form of work is different – or the performance of one song in turn, or together, or ensemble work – learning songs by several voices. Work in Ensemble – one of the most interesting! You can choose numbers from musicals, jazz pieces, or immortal classics.

Often come few friends who want to learn how to sing their favorite karaoke song, or want to create their own group. This form of work is often chosen by participants, for example, church choirs who want to improve the quality of their performance. You can also learn songs for some events, such as weddings or birthdays, when guests want to surprise the hosts with a special musical greeting.
Many options!