Vocal Coaching: Everyone is at a different stage in their vocal development; there isn’t anything I haven’t seen when it comes to singing. You won’t surprise me! The studio is the perfect place to learn, experiment, explore and develop your voice.
During this introductory lesson, I’ll evaluate your voice and learn your goals as a singer. After getting a good understanding of your current vocal ability, we will set goals and create an action plan to reach those goals.
Once you’ve decided that taking lessons from me is going to be right for you, the next step is to discuss studio policies, expectations and schedule a weekly lesson time. Meeting once a week is imperative for a singer’s consistent vocal development.
Mindy Hart has been a vocal coach since 1992. Classically trained at Central Methodist University, Mindy has experience in all genres of music (country, contemporary Christian, rock, jazz, blues and more!). She also has experience in recording and producing instrumentals and vocals.
Mindy’s music journey is full of twists and turns but probably the most significant plot twist was losing the ability to sing (from complications of stomach cancer) and the road to full vocal recovery.
Here are what some of her clients have to say:
Mindy Hart’s vocal coaching has been very instrumental in my music career. Her attention to what I needed to perfect such as range, breathing, exercising my voice has enhanced my abilities. I highly recommend her!
“Mindy took the time to fully understand my goals and where I was before we ever started with lessons. Her approach was exactly what I needed; a hands-on, practical approach to singing. Day one I was in front of a microphone and working out kinks to some of my original songs and songs I aspired to sing, interweaved with solid technical warm-up methods and getting my mouth shape right. Mindy understands that every voice is different and she is able to nurture every voice she teaches to get the best out of them.” ~Jonathan Tucker