Unparalleled Singing Lessons in Toronto!
If you’ve ever wondered: “Where are the best music lessons near me?” you’re in luck! Elite Music Academy’s voice lessons will give you the confidence to turn your voice into a work of art! Under the expert guidance of our experienced vocal teachers, students can learn to sing better in the shower, prepare for an upcoming performance, or simply expand their knowledge of singing. Our voice teachers will customize your singing lessons any way you want.
If you’ve always wanted voice lessons but would prefer to learn from home, you’re in luck! Elite Music Academy now offers online voice lessons from a wide selection of some of the most experienced and talented musicians in Toronto.
In fact, with online music lessons, now you have the opportunity to take part in our musical community no matter where you live! Pick a time and choose your teacher, it’s as simple as that. We even offer a 30 minute trial lesson for only $25 to help you find the right fit.
To learn more, check out our Online Music Lessons page today.
We offer singing lessons in pop, R&B, jazz, and operatic styles. You’re welcome to take a trial lesson to meet the teacher first with no obligation to register.. Our vocal coaches will teach you everything you need to know from how read music, perform voice warm-up techniques, improve your vocal style, and how to sing in harmony.
Our voice teachers prepare students to sing at established venues around Toronto, and we often pair them with other students to learn how to sing with other instruments. Students have the option of booking recording sessions with our professional audio engineer. Voice lessons are capped off each semester with our winter and spring showcases. Kids and teens also love our summer Toronto Music Camp, where students produce a music video every week.
When you search “voice lessons Toronto” and “singing lessons Toronto”, you’ll find hundreds of vocal teachers all claiming to be the best. But Elite Music Academy is the only place to learn singing under the instruction of expert vocal coaches in a friendly, interactive, and supportive environment.
The Best Singing Lessons Toronto Provides
- Private singing lessons with top-notch vocal teachers
Our vocal teachers are professional musicians with years of teaching experience.
- Take a trial singing lesson
Find the right voice teacher, ask questions, and set goals.
- Record your voice. Perform around Toronto.
Record your singing professionally in our studio or show it off on stage.
- Sing in a band
Record and perform in our Rock Band, Musical Theatre School, or Toronto Music Camp.
- Fair and affordable
We’ve got great lesson rates and policies and we’re open 7 days a week.
- Tidy and professional classrooms
Our nicely renovated voice studios are equipped with mics and PAs.
- Safety is our priority
All our voice instructors must pass a police background check.
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With Toronto’s Renowned Vocal Teachers!
Compliment Your Singing Lessons by Joining Musical Theatre
Private singing lessons are crucial for developing a marvellous voice but they aren’t the be-all and end-all of becoming a competent, well-rounded singer. Can you sing in 3-part-harmony while staying in tune? What about improvising a solo on top of other singers? Do you have stage presence? Can you hear your own volume and balance it with other singers? Can you communicate musically with other musicians? Our musical theatre program these skills while making friends and having fun! This year, we’re performing Legally Blonde Jr!
Our Voice Teachers
Theo Tams is a Canadian Radio Music Award and Gemini nominated singer/songwriter now living in Toronto after winning the 6th and final season of Canadian Idol. He’s had 3 top 10 hits on AC radio in Canada including the number 1 song “Do You Hear What I Hear”. With almost a decade of professional industry experience, Theo knows how to bring the best out of the students he teaches ensuring that they reach their full potential not only as a vocalist but as an artist.
Gabriel is a graduate of The Glenn Gould School of The Royal Conservatory of Music, and The Aspen Opera Centre of The Aspen Music Festival and School, one of the premier opera programs in North America. Gabriel aims at teaching his students the fundamentals of a healthy singing technique, essential for all styles of singing. Through a careful study of the music and the text, he seeks to give his students the tools to grow consistently in the art of vocal performance, and in the path of artistic authenticity.
Bailey Dalton is a graduate of the Randolph Academy for the Performing Arts and Triple Threat Performer. At Randolph, she was trained extensively in voice, acting, dance (musical theatre, jazz, tap, ballet) and theory. She feels there is nothing better than passing her passion on to others. It is most important for Bailey that her students leave the class feeling good about his or her work and enjoy what they are learning. It is Bailey’s desire to pass on her knowledge and understanding to her students so that they can become an accomplished musician. Training with Bailey will ensure the student develops a dynamic skill set that will prepare them for multiple dimensions of the industry.
A multi-instrumentalist and innovative teacher, Cory has crafted his own unique methods for teaching music over the last ten years. Immersing students in multiple genres, he combines many elements of the fine arts and modern research in cognitive science to ensure that every student has a unique and enriching experience that will direct them towards musical success.
Madison is a Toronto based triple threat firecracker. Known best for her portrayal as Cinderella in the National Tour of “Disenchanted” and as Elle Woods in the Toronto production of “Legally Blonde: The Musical.” Madison is thrilled to bring her passion for performance and music to the next generation of performers. Bubbly and driven Madison gives her students the technical and performance skills they need to help them reach their goals in a safe, fun environment.
DJP is an Electro/Synthwave artist and musical theatre actress from Toronto. You can hear her original music in movies and TV shows on Netflix, Comedy Central, VH1, and Bravo. Trained in Jazz and honed in Funk and R&B, Dana was lead singer of the Juno Nominated Funk band ‘God Made ME Funky’, and backing vocalist for Juno Award Winning R&B Singer, Jully Black. Dana’s theatre credits include: Mirvish, Nightwood Theatre, Stage West Calgary, and The Musical Stage Company. Dana is a versatile singer/pianist able to cater to your unique individual interest!
Melanie is a classically-trained vocalist and pianist originally from Nova Scotia. While she specializes in classical vocal performance, she loves performing and teaching a variety of styles, including musical theatre, jazz, and pop. She feels it is important that her students have fun in their lessons, while also developing healthy techniques, comprehensive understanding, and pride in what they are able to accomplish.
Gavin holds an Honor’s Degree in Music Theatre Performance from Sheridan College. He is an experienced and versatile vocalist, focusing on Musical Theatre, Pop, Jazz and Classical genres. He has performed in over 30 productions, including appearing on stage at the Stratford Festival. Gavin Teaches both voice and piano and works to tailor lessons to suit each students learning style and goals.
Deena is an opera singer and classically trained pianist who loves to pour her passion into her students. Motivating and encouraging, she also knows how to push her students to their fullest potential. Though she shines in the classical genre, she loves teaching musical theater and pop. Deena recognizes that every student is different and never tries to fit them into a specific mold! In Deena you will get theory, proper technique and lots of laughs!
Moulan creates a fun and safe space for learning, laughter, and growth with her effervescent and goofy vibes. She has over 10 years of teaching experience and is an active performer in Toronto. Moulan strives to inspire voices to tell their stories through songs of musical theatre, jazz, oldies, and songs of today!
Some may consider Mary a chameleon; she is a fun, creative and encouraging teacher who sings, raps, writes songs/poetry, records/mixes vocals, dances, plays piano & guitar, acts, meditates, performs as a Disney Princess, helps aspiring songwriters in their career/creative goals at the Songwriters Association of Canada, and is the author of an inspiring book about mental health and resiliency.
With nine years of teaching experience and a degree in Jazz Vocal Performance from the University of Toronto, Alex specializes in teaching contemporary vocal styles including pop, jazz, R&B, Broadway, rock, folk, choral, and alternative. Since 2015 Alex has been working professionally as a vocalist performing across the GTA and recording for various albums, television shows, and movies. Alex’s most recent and notable experience has been recording vocal music for movies The Witch and In the Tall Grass produced by Netflix, and The Terror produced by AMC.
Sappho is a Toronto-based performer, producer, and vocal coach currently teaching voice and music theory online (with plans to resume in-person lessons when it is safe to do so). Helping musicians of all ages improve their confidence, technical ability, and overall laryngeal health is her passion, and with 10+ years of performance experience and 4 years of teaching experience, she will do whatever it takes to help students see results! She specializes in Musical Theatre, Pop, and Classical, but her vocal exercises can help students thrive in any genre.
Chris Harvey is a singer, actor, multiple instrumentalist, songwriter and teacher based in Toronto. Hailing from Vancouver B.C. Chris graduated from Capilano university studying classical music and musical theatre. Chris is trained not only in musical performance but also theory, ear training, music history, acting, dance and movement allowing him to offer a variety of assistance to students from singing technique and rhythm studies to movement and performance coaching. Having studied and performed music for almost 20 years Chris has sung and played in many bands, musicals, operas, choirs and productions in Vancouver and Toronto as well as abroad and has shared the stage with many talented artists such as Colin James, Dal Richards, The Nathaniel Dett Choral, and the Sojourners to name a few. Starting his musical journey as a classical percussionist and vocalist Chris has a strong grasp of the fundamentals that make up a solid musical education. As his interests expanded he became well versed in rock, pop, musical theatre, soul, funk, blues and r&b and is capable of delivering a wide ranging and balanced musical education.
Emily Zixin Wang is a classically trained vocalist and pianist. A recent graduate of the University of Toronto Master of Music program in Voice Performance, she has sung on stages all across the GTA in recital and in opera. While specializing in classical/operatic voice, she also loves teaching musical theatre and piano. Emily has a passion for teaching and is excited to share
her knowledge and love of music to her students. She offers her students the technical, theoretical and artistic tools required to reach their full potential as artists in a fun, encouraging
Kade is a performer and coach who loves fusing together his experience in musical theatre, pop, and classical styles to create an all-encompassing teaching style tailored to each student’s individual needs. Kade has performed extensively in Canada and the U.S. in a number of genres and is passionate about sharing his experience to students of any and all levels.
Top Reasons to Learn to Sing
1. When singing with someone else, your heart rates can sync. How romantic!
2. Singing releases endorphins, which make you feel instantly happier.
3. Singing has the same calming health benefits as yoga, study finds.
4. Singing burns extra calories and increases lung capacity.
5. Singing boosts immune systems and reduces stress levels.
6. Everyone loves a musician who can sing and play at the same time.
7. Singing is easy and natural to learn.
8. Singing is free! There’s no instrument to buy or rent!
9. It’s portable! There’s no need to drag your vocal chords around in a case.
10. You’ll always have the leading role in a band!
Singing Lessons FAQ
How do I chose the right voice teacher?
Personality, experience, and references are very important. Singing like a superstar isn’t everything. Here’s how to chose the right singing teacher.
Will singing lessons make me a competent musician?
It depends. Having the ability to play an instrument gives a singer more value as a musician.
Do singing lessons provide the same neurological and psychological benefits as piano lessons?
Yes! Singing has been shown to lower stress, relieve anxiety, improve social skills, and elevate endorphins.
If I take singing lessons, can I learn to play an instrument too?
Yes! We have voice instructors that also teach piano and guitar. Here’s a few tips on playing and singing at the same time.
Will I be able to perform anywhere through your music school?
Is it true that it’s never too late to learn to sing?
Adults face different challenges than kids when taking singing lessons for the first time. Here some great tips to succeed.