That’s what Inga believes and, in a nutshell, it is her vocal teaching philosophy.
Inga Synnestvedt is a classically trained soprano and has been teaching voice lessons in Framingham MA for over 30 years. She is a graduate of the prestigious Julliard School of Music and studied vocal performance and teaching at the Boston Conservatory of Music where she earned her Masters degree.
The classical voice technique is an important part of Inga’s teaching approach to learning how to sing.
Inga is currently involved in the music program at the New Church of Concord and a long standing member of The National Association of Teachers of Singing (NATS) where she served as a board member for the Boston Chapter. In addition, she is a member of the Framingham Cultural Council. In the late 1990’s Inga served as the Executive Director of the Performing Arts Center of MetroWest (PAC). She is also a lifetime member of Sigma Alpha Iota (SAI).
Benefits of Voice Lessons
Voice lessons help students gain confidence and become more comfortable being in front of an audience. Performance is encouraged to help each student learn to deal with performance preparation and anxiety. On occasion Inga’s students will gather together to sing for an audience in a recital. Inga’s students have gone on to take lead roles in their school musical or local community theater and have attended colleges like New England Conservatory and Berklee College of Music. Some students have formed their own bands and find the skills they have learned by studying with Metro West Singing Lessons very useful because they have learned breath control, resonance, pitch, increased range and confidence.
For children Inga likes to include piano lessons because it helps them learn more about music and engages them even more.