Here is a list of singing lesson/class options and their cost.

Toddler Group Class: $25
Kids Group Class: $31
Kids Duo Lesson: $33.50
Private Half Hour Lesson (Kids and Adults): $44
Private Hour Lesson (Kids and Adults): $88
Adult Group Class: $40

These fees include the face to face tuition, any necessary resources and access to our exclusive Student Portal for home singing practice. 


Singing is a skill and just like any other skill, if you learn how to do it the right way and practice it, anyone can learn and even master it.

There is a misconception out there that “you have it or you don’t” or that you even need to be born with it. These aren’t true at all.

Yes, some people are naturally more talented than others. But this definitely doesn’t disqualify those who aren’t from learning to sing.

Absolutely not. There are many vocal teachers out there who will not teach young children due to their lower levels of concentration and their still developing voices. But we are not of that belief.

There is so much scientific research about the pros of singing and music for children as young as 2. These include brain and language development, gross and fine motor skills, auditory memory and social skills.

Our private singing lessons and group classes are tailored to ensure our students are learning to sing in a way that best suits their age.

There is no such thing as “too old”. It is never too late to start singing!

Some of our students decided to tick “learn to sing” off their bucket list in their 80s. You only need 2 things to learn to sing, at any age: a willingness to learn something new and a great teacher. You bring the will, we’ll bring the great teachers!

The general outline for a singing lessons is:

  • Singing warm ups
  • Singing exercises
  • Repertoire

This will change slightly from teacher to teacher, but in each lesson you will warm up your voice, learn vocal techniques through exercises or repertoire, and learn how to correctly sing songs.

Learning to sing is a process and a journey, and the best way to improve your singing is to do it regularly.

This means not just singing once a week at your lesson, but taking time to do some practice during the week. The more you sing, the more improvement you’ll see.

This is a common question that we unfortunately have no straight answer for.

Most of our students will hear improvements in their voice after just 1 lesson. But there are a lot of factors that contribute to how quickly your general singing ability will improve:

  • the condition of your voice when starting lessons,
  • how open minded you are to understanding new techniques and trying new exercises,
  • how often you practice,
  • the list can go on…

Not to mention the fact that “well” is relative. But we’d like to challenge you to think about it differently.

For us, singing has no finish line. It is something that is limitless. Your voice can always improve and grow. We like
to think of singing as a journey. Enjoy the process and be proud of the growth, at whatever rate it comes.

We suggest weekly lessons. You are better off having a half hour weekly lesson than a 2 hour lesson once a month.

This is because singing is something that improves over time, and you’ll gain much more from regular singing for short periods than singing once every now and then for longer periods.

If a weekly lesson is not feasible for you, don’t let that stop you. Our teachers will meet you where you are at.

For example, if a fortnightly lesson is all you can manage right now, your teacher will help you develop a practice routine to ensure you can schedule singing time in between your lessons.

Yes, you can. We offer online lessons via Zoom.

The world has changed over the past few years, and the need to go online for school, for work, and to keep in touch with family and friends has been a game changer.

Our teachers have perfected the art of delivering a singing lesson online to ensure that each student is still receiving the same high quality training as if they were in the studio face to face. 

So if coming to Cronulla isn’t an option, or even if you just prefer singing in the comfort of your own home, why not try an online lesson?

We believe that having goals as a singer and opportunities to perform are incredibly beneficial. So we like to do that little bit extra to give our students the best opportunities.

Sutherland Shire Singing has teamed up with some incredible local venues, restaurants and events, including The Brass Monkey, Croydon Lane and the Cronulla Jazz and Blues Festival, where our students have the opportunity to perform!

No, you don’t have to perform. Some of our students have singing lessons for the simple fact that it’s fun and brings them joy. We absolutely love that!

So, if performing is going to be an anxiety ridden experience for you, then no, you don’t have to perform. However, once we get to know our students a bit more, as teachers we can often tell if someone would like to perform but is scared to. In that situation, we would give them a little nudge, support them, believe in them and ensure their performance opportunity is encouraging and uplifting. Because we have seen it time and time again. A student is terrified to perform, but gets up on stage and does it anyway! Their applause is always the loudest and their sense of pride and accomplishment is something they can hold onto forever.

When it comes to practicing singing, something is always better than nothing. So even if it is just singing along to some exercises in the car or singing your song a few times at home, over time you’ll start to see improvement.

But if you really want to see some big results and get the most out of your lessons, the best thing to do is to schedule your practicing in. If you can schedule in 15-30 minutes of practice 2-3 times a week, you will quickly start to see improvements in your voice.

As a student of Sutherland Shire Singing, you will receive access to our password protected Student Portal for you to use for your home practice.

This can be a confusing topic when it comes to singing. The scientific and anatomical understanding of singing and the breath required for singing has changed and developed over the years.

This means that one teacher may teach one method, and another teacher may teach a different method. Or it could even be that both teachers are teaching the same method but explaining it in different ways. That doesn’t mean that either is right or wrong. Our answer to that question is, try both and see what works best for you.

Singing isn’t black and white, or right and wrong. As long as you are not causing any strain or damage to your vocal cords, you can choose what works best for your voice.

Yes, we do! When you book in for lessons, all you need to do is email through the voucher number and we’ll deduct it from your invoice.

Just get in touch and we’ll get you started on your singing journey.

We suggest starting with an introductory lesson. That way you only need to pay the cost of one lesson and see if you enjoy it before deciding to continue. You can use the Let’s Sing button or email [email protected]. We can’t wait to hear from you.

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