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Singing (Vocal / Solo)

Why you should choose Lorraine Music Academy

Lorraine Music Academy’s Singing / Vocal Classes & Lessons for children, teenagers, youth & adults

Our Singing classes, programs & courses, will help you bring out your hidden musical talents. You will receive Vocal training that will help develop your singing training skills. Out trained singing teachers will help you to learn singing the right way. Our programs include singing classes for kids / children, singing lessons for beginners, singing lessons for teenagers / youth and adults.


  • Do you wish you could sing?

  • Do you wish you could sing better?

  • Do you love to sing?

  • Do you desire to be a singer?

  • Do you believe that you cannot sing because you think you do not have a singing voice?

  • Has someone discouraged you from singing or not encouraged you enough, but you still really want to sing?

Whatever are your answers to the questions above, the time has come to raise your voice and sing. At the Lorraine Music Academy, we will show how. Shiv Khera says, “You can win” and Lorraine says, “You can sing”!

You should know that singing is good for you. You may or may not wish to become a popular singer like Julie Andrews, Elvis Presley, Celine Dion, Justin Bibber, Adele, Kishore Kumar, Sunidhi Chauhan. However, when you sing, you will experience a high in life because:

  • singing benefits you physically

    When you sing, the amount of oxygen you take into the body increases as you take deep breaths. Thus more oxygen gets to your brain and you become more alert. Singing makes you articulate and use facial expressions that improve the muscle tone in the face, throat, neck, jaw, thus creating a youthful experience. Improved muscle tone on the larynx also helps to calm snoring, thereby improving sleeping and countering insomnia, increasing your well-being and health. Your thyroid gland, which helps balance metabolism, gets stimulated. It brings improvement in the muscle tone of your rib cage, your abdominals and back, as these muscles stabilise the larynx and control the outflow of air when you sing. Singing enables us to fight disease as it boosts our immune system. It helps reduce anger, anxiety and depression. Singing gives you a ‘molecular massage’ as it vibrates, shakes and resonates your core, thereby detoxifying you at a ‘sub-atomic’ level

  • singing benefits you mentally

    As you learn to sing songs from the beginning to the end, the coordination between your brain and your body develops thereby increasing your reading skills and motor skills. Singing exercises our structural capabilities bringing in discipline and method. It helps us focus, avoid distraction, and calm negative thoughts. It shifts our mind from stressful and pressurising thoughts and is hence a great stress management tool. Singing helps us to listen better and increases our levels of listening. Singing, especially in a group, brings about a great motivational level is us. It increases our self-esteem. It expands our mind into the world of poetry and language. It enhances our appreciation and awareness of the world around us.

  • singing benefits you emotionally

    Singing softens us deep inside. Singing helps release locked-in feelings and passions, and can open the hardest of hearts. Repressed emotions and blocked feelings get released. Singing ignites your passion, can make you cry, and make you laugh. Singing releases endorphins and natural opiates in our body making us feel good and creating a similar effect that we experience when we exercise physically. It helps people who are grieving or come to terms with loss. Singing is a natural pain killer.

  • singing benefits you spiritually

    “When you surrender to your voice within, you transcend your physical self,” – Sally Garozzo.

    It is a form of meditation. Singing helps us to shift our focus from our usual life circumstances towards something ‘other-worldly’. Singing is wonderful as it helps relationships, connecting with people and bringing them together. Singing brings about a unity of factions, cultures, religions and races. It induces a happy mood and a positive energy that is infectious and helps everyone around.


Singing solo means that you play the lead part in a band, orchestra or just with an accompanist like a piano or a guitar or any other musical instrument. Your voice is the main musical component. In order to be a great solo singer, you need great training. We at the Lorraine Music Academy will teach you how to hold an audience spell bound by singing solo. This takes tons of training and practise.

Through our education programs and courses we bring to our students musical experiences and musical memories that will last for a life time. Our students get excellent training and develop great confidence by being exposed to wide range of musical and creative opportunities through our training programs, workshops, recitals, concerts and public performances. Through music education we wish to provide children with social, educational and skill development opportunities. We also aim to promote in them a sense of self-esteem, accomplishment and pride. We maintain a special learning environment designed to provide a rich and rewarding musical experience for each student. We have various programs for a student to learn SINGING ranging from the Beginners level to Grade­8 level. We have a faculty of internationally qualified musicians under the talented leadership of Lorraine Fiona Aloysius, our Creative Director & Principal. Lorraine also oversees a regular visiting faculty that comes in from across the globe including some of the top global Colleges of Music & Drama, to teach our students during various periods of the year. As our student’s singing skills progress, development in music theory and musicianship becomes increasingly important in helping him/her to perform with sensitivity, understanding and confidence. Lorraine Music Academy aims to give all our students a thorough understanding of the building blocks of music, starting with the basics of rhythm and notes, and going on to cover harmony and counterpoint, composition, and a broad knowledge of western music, including composers and their works, structure, style and period. They are also equipped to prepare for scales and arpeggios, sight-reading and aural tests. All students of Lorraine Music Academy get assessed through our periodic Internal Examinations. We also prepare our students for International Examinations conducted at our Music Centres by world renowned & globally accredited organisations such as Trinity College London, U.K., U.K., RockSchool, U.K., etc. Graded Music Exams are great for developing a full range of skills and techniques, learning new styles of music and also nurturing your performance skills. Grade Exams and Performance Certificates are available from Entry Level (Debut) up to Grade 8.

It is essential for a student to practice regularly. Regular practise at home after each learning session at the Lorraine Music Academy Learning Centre is imperative in order for the student to get ready for the next learning session.

Join us on this journey to making learning fun. Sing your heart out and hear the applause.

Transform yourself within 30 weeks to be a talented musician of great potential, even if you are little! Age is no bar (4 years to 84+ years). It is never too early or too late to begin. Dive right in. Enrol for this program by fixing an appointment for a Musical Evaluation Session.