Winter Blues getting you down... Let's Sing those Blues Away!
If you want to sing better, or just feel better, it's your lucky month-It's the January Voice Lesson Sale at Audrey Bernstein Vocal Studios!

Purchase before January 31st and receive 20% off first 2 lessons for all new vocal students.

Code: “Winter Blues Special 2020”.

More info about why singing is good for you below!

Stay warm... and Sing!

 

If you or your loved ones have been dreaming about singing, let's work together to make the dreams come true!

From vocal warm ups to correct posture, breath support, ear training, vocal range, dynamics, diction, stamina, confidence, and performance. I can help you with all aspects of voice training, tailoring each lesson to help you achieve the results you want with the songs you want. My goal is to help you build a healthy vocal technique that will allow you to find YOUR voice!

Singers young and old, beginner to advanced, are empowered by this coaching.
Coaching can be provided in an array of genres: Jazz, Pop, Folk, Choral, Rock, etc.

Studio Locations:
Underhill VT, Burlington VT
, Waterbury VT

In-Home and Skype lessons are also available.
 

For more information, testimonials, and more,

please go to https://www.audreybernsteinjazz.com/voice-coach

 

Why Singing Makes You Feel Better!!

Here are just a few examples of why singing makes you feel better-

“Singing can have some of the same effects as exercise, like the release of endorphins, which give the singer an overall "lifted" feeling and are associated with stress reduction. It's also an aerobic activity, meaning it gets more oxygen into the blood for better circulation, which tends to promote a good mood.”  

“Singing lowers stress levels. Making music in any form is relaxing. Singing releases stored muscle tension and decreases the levels of a stress hormone called cortisol in your blood stream.”

“Singing actually changes the brain by moving musical vibrations through you thereby altering both your physical and emotional landscape. ... The endorphins which are released through singing will give you an immediate feeling of pleasure.”