Are You Developing Your Child’s Musical Talent and Confidence?
Music lessons can help your child build confidence, take advantage of their free time, and develop their love of music!
Do you want to know our prices and schedule? Download our InfoPack brochure now and get a free Exploration Chat to get your questions answered fast.
We help kids love themselves, love music, and love each other.
Sound good to you?
Maybe you’ve thought about hiring a music teacher near you but you have no idea who or if you’d be making the right decision.
Not to mention the one-on-one fees can get a little pricey or wondering if your kids would even like it.
At the end of the day, you want to improve your singing or give your kids an outlet to develop their singing, piano, guitar, or violin.
That’s where Confident Voice Studio comes in.
Owner & Voice Teacher
Confident Voice Studio
We’re Confident Voice Studio.
We are 7 AMAZING teachers who can help with voice lessons, piano lessons, and songwriting. Our expertise ranges from preschool to adult. From the first lesson to nailing an audition or preparing for performances.
We specialize in healthy technique, confidence and fun with music. We teach in classes, private lessons, workshops, and more for children and adults.
We have performance experiences in concerts, plays, musicals, nightclubs, and events. We have been on stages across the country including the The Crystal Ballroom, The Bite of Oregon, Boston Conservatory, Oregon Symphony, and Oregon Ballet.
I’m Deanna Maio, the Founder, a Teacher, a Certified Professional Coach, and Certified Hypnotherapist.
I’ve coached countless singers and instrumentalists for auditions, concert prep, solo concerts, collaborations with large bands, and much more.
“Confident Voice Studio gets 10 out of 10.
My child loves them and has grown so much as a person and as a performer.”
“I love seeing how happy he is after every class!”
He races through the door to begin the lessons.
Anyone who helps my kid (or anyone’s kid) learn to love music gets 5 stars.
You’ve Got Questions. We’ve Got Answers.
Q: Do I need to be a naturally talented musician?
No. It’s a common myth that you have to have a natural talent to sing or play well. You don’t. You’d be amazed how well your music can sound after training and practice.
Q: Do you offer virtual or in-person classes?
Q: Can my child join a class even if they have no experience?
A: Yes! Our kids’ classes are designed to build individual confidence while they work to make music together. At the beginning (preschool), this is just making noise, and grasping the basics. The beginner classes are a lot of fun.
Q: My child already has some experience. Will this be good for them?
A: Yes! All of our teachers are professionally trained performers as well as teachers. If your child has shown a love for music and working towards performing regularly, they’d be right at home.
Q: Are your programs interactive classes or one-on-one?
A: Both! This all comes down to what’s best for the client. Most of our kids’ lessons are interactive classes with the benefits of individual attention and making friends with others. Each child is on their own learning journey and can move as fast or as slow as you want. Making together is a great opportunity to develop other musical skills at a younger age. And one-on-one can be the perfect solution for a pro, recovering from an injury or in prep mode for a big show.
Q: How much time do I need to block off for this?
A: This all comes down to what the client needs. Most of our kids’ classes are roughly 45 minutes a week. And some of our clients are with us 2 hours a week. It really depends on what the end goal is.
Q: Will there be recitals?
A: Yes. We call them Performance Parties. We do them in person, virtually, and at local community events. You can have the opportunity to perform in front of a live audience.
Q: Is there a performance or recital fee?
A: No. All of our performances and recitals are free to our clients.
Q: Is there anything else for me to buy?
A: No. You just show up to your lessons ready to sing. You will need to have access to an instrument at home eventually if your goal is to play piano, guitar, uke or violin. We can recommend a great instrument to get started with.
Q: Will I be put into a contract?
A: No. You can be a customer of ours for 30 minutes or 30 years. We hope it’s the latter 🙂
Would it be a ridiculous idea to see if we are the perfect fit for what you’re looking for?
So how does this all work?
The Confident Music Process
In 45 minutes or less, you’ll discover the best solution for you and your situation.
1. Your FREE Exploration Chat
We’ll share a bit, you’ll share a bit and we’ll discover if we’re a good fit by answering your any questions fast.
2. Sign Up for Your Confident Musician Trial Package
We’ll make sure your child loves to come to their lessons. You’ll never have to force them.
See how your child falls in love with music.
3. Join Our Studio Family
Joy, excitement and the satisfaction of having made the best decision, is what you will feel when you enroll your child, knowing that now they will be making the most of their time and potential.
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