Singing Lessons


A class for those who need to be alone because they believe this is the best way to develop their voices. Beginners, intermediate and advanced singers welcome.

Semi Private (2 Students)

A good opportunity to share a unique space with someone you choose. (Best friends, couples, siblings, mothers or fathers and children).

Group Classes

60 minute-class for not more than 4 or 5 students Perfect for those who want to have fun together, improve voice technique while starting to overcome stage fright.


As human beings, we are constantly challenging ourselves and asking what we should and what we should not do. Among those things, our wishes keep an important part of these thoughts.

Usually, we are eager to develop those activities that make us feel better but sometimes our eagerness vanishes when we think we cannot be good at what we do without even giving these wishes a try.

Sometimes our own prejudices, others’ opinion about ourselves or disappointing previous experiences lead us to give up before even trying.

Now, speaking about our voices we have one phrase that puts everything together: WE ARE THE INSTRUMENT.. for bad and for good.. in the first case, our voices can carry bad feelings, among which we can count, as I said before, our own prejudices, fears, bad experiences, sad moments in our lives, things others have told us about our singing, etc. The good part is that we can reverse that! As with any other activity, a good technique can help you improve what you do and the voice is not an exception…

Speaking about feelings, this is a little bit more challenging but fascinating and rewarding as well. When you start training your voice, many other processes can start or continue inside your mind, soul and heart and you will realize that every song is an opportunity to look at you facing the most magical and clear mirror: YOUR VOICE

At Vocal Roads, we are committed to help you stand in front of your own mirror, being by your side to guide your vocal and personal growth, immerse in a community that thrives to look at each other in the same way, knowing that we may have some differences in our everyday activities, beliefs, origins and tastes but we have one thing in common that makes all those “apparent” differences disappear… we are looking at our own mirrors trying to discover what we are, what we feel, who we want to be… which songs we are singing, and which songs we want to sing for our lives…