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323-251-5467

Studio City - Los Angeles Voice coach.  Teaching vocal technique for all styles of music and all levels of singing.  Questions about singing lessons?  Call 323-251-5467.  

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Studio Policies

Read my studio policies here!

STUDIO POLICIES & PROCEDURES

1. I booked my lesson, now what?

After reserving a lesson, first time students must fill out a New Student Form here.  Studio is located in Studio City.  Address and other information will be emailed once this form is received.  

2. What is the normal cancellation policy?

There is a 24 Hour Cancellation Policy, so please let us know at least 24 hours before your appointment if you need to cancel or reschedule.  There are no refunds for cancelled lessons.  There is studio credit for all lessons that have been cancelled with more than 24 hours notice, which may be rescheduled.  Please remember the full rate is charged for any lesson that is cancelled or rescheduled with less than 24 hours notice. 

3. How do I book and pay for my lesson? 

The simplest way to book lessons with me is by submitting your information HERE, or you may also book your lessons directly by calling the studio at (323)251-5467.  I accept PayPal, Venmo, or Chase QuickPay, or credit cards.  Lessons must be paid for at the time of scheduling.  

4. I need to coach an audition or performance, can I use the free introductory lesson?

The free introductory lesson is reserved for those interested in ongoing private lessons and does not apply to this type of coaching.

5. How do Skype lessons work?

Please request me on Skype (annielittle) prior to lesson time and send me a message that you are ready a few minutes before your lesson time.  Or, FaceTime is also fine.  I’ll call you at our appointed time. 

6. Should I bring music?

Yes!  If you are just beginning, try to have an idea of something you might want to learn to sing.  One place to find sheet music online is at www.musicnotes.com.  If you can, please bring the sheet music to the songs you’d like to work on in your lesson.  This allows us both to review details, in addition to giving the student the opportunity to learn about music.  If you have tracks, please bring them on a CD or on your playing device and print out the lyrics prior to your lesson.  If you really don't know where to start, I can give you some suggestions, but I would start with the something you really love and want to sing.  Half of the lesson is spent doing vocal exercises which help to build strength, correct problem areas and give you routines to follow on your own. The other half is spent allowing you to implement these techniques into song.  We don't want to waste any of your lesson time searching for music online.  This is your lesson and I want to spend it singing with you.  At the very least, try to bring a copy of your lyrics so you don't have to read them off your phone because they are difficult to read and it's also nice to be able to make a note on your paper if need be.  

7.  Should parents sit in on the lessons?   

For younger students, there is a lounge area just outside the studio where parents can hear everything, but the child will have a little space to learn on her or his own without feeling self-conscious; however, parents are welcome to stay in the studio room if the child prefers. 

THANK YOU for taking the time to read my policies and procedures.  They are the least fun part of the lesson, but they are there for us both to have the most successful lesson possible.  If you have any questions at all, please don’t hesitate to ask!  I look forward to singing together. 

With passion & patience,

Annie