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Main Line School Voted “Best Music and Dance Studio

by the Main Line Times and News of Delaware County


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If you are looking for fun, educational, and inspiring voice lessons from top-notch teachers, you don’t have to look any further. The Main Line School of Music and Dance has been teaching thousands of students of all ages and all levels how to sing since 1988.


“At the ripe old age of 29, I decided to return to school. Considering my profession, a health and physical education teacher in Radnor School District, that may not sound too unusual – except that the school was the Main Line Music School. I did participate in my Junior High music program fifteen years ago, but since that time my musical training has been singing solos in my car. Since starting voice lessons with the Main Line Music School, I have learned a great deal about breathing techniques and voice in general. I choose music which I enjoy singing, therefore making practicing something I look forward to. I have even had the opportunity to sing in public, which boosted my confidence and inspired me to continue my weekly lessons. I would recommend the Main Line Music School to anyone interested in pursuing music at any age!” -Debbie Keyser, B.S. (Physical Education Teacher-Ithan Elementary School)

Click the video below to see some our vocal students perform.

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Our Recipe For Your SuccessLower Merion Voice Lessons and Classes

Part of our recipe for helping you achieve success with your vocal lessons is that we utilize proven methods of study to maximize your progress. This makes the learning curve for you as short as possible and helps to facilitate a much faster progression for you. Whether you want to sing rock music like your favorite artists, pop styles, jazz, or classical repertoire, we will teach you the vocal skills that you can apply to any style of music. We will also match you up with the teacher that is perfect for you. Our approach to voice lessons helps to create a fun, balanced music experience for you and helps you to become a well-rounded musician. We include a wide variety of topics into your singing lessons that include scales, arpeggios, reading music, ear training and a myriad of other topics that will pique your interests. Singing lessons are provided in our Ardmore location, our Springfield location, or in the convenience of your own home.

Our Vocal Instructors

The Main Line staff of voice teachers have earned music degrees from universities, have
performance experience, and are very patient with their students. Many of our vocal instructors have a Master’s degree or a Ph.D., but most importantly, our instructors vary their teaching methods to match your individual learning style. Main Line Music School voice teachers are youthful, fun and will engage you with material that is both interesting and exciting while tempering it with the necessary amount of structure. Additionally, you get to select your own repertoire so you can learn the songs that inspire you. Our voice teachers combine a mixture of learning how to read music while also teaching you how to incorporate your ear so you can hear and recognize notes and melodies. Our Main Line and Delaware County vocal lessons are all private one-on-one instruction and lessons are available for thirty (30) minute, forty-five (45) minute or sixty (60) minute sessions.

Performance Opportunities

We offer you a minimum of two performance opportunities each year at our music showcases. Students perform on a variety of instruments including the piano, keyboard, voice, woodwinds, electric guitar, acoustic guitar, bass, drums, and strings. Performers also range from beginner to advanced abilities. Some of the benefits that you get from performing in the showcase include:

The Main Line Advantage

Since 1988, we have helped thousands of students learn to sing or play a music instrument. From experience, we know what is effective and what is not effective. We pride ourselves on the fact that we cater to each student’s needs, not only with top rate vocal instruction, but with excellent customer service. Our full time office staff takes care of all the scheduling, billing and other questions that you might have. This allows our teachers to concentrate 100% on teaching lessons. They do not have to use valuable lesson time to do scheduling and collect tuition.

Ardmore Location (610-658-5284)

692 Pont Reading Road
Ardmore, PA 19003
(down the street from Chestnutwold Elementary School)

This location is in Ardmore, but is also convenient to Bala Cynwyd, Broomall, Bryn Mawr, Gladwyne, Havertown, Lower Merion, Narberth (Penn Valley) and Wynnewood.

Springfield Location (610-658-5284)

353 Baltimore Pike (2nd floor)
Springfield, PA 19064
(next to Chuck. E Cheese)

This location is in Springfield, but it is also convenient to Drexel Hill, Media, Lansdowne, Secane and Swarthmore.

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These Main Line, Delaware and Montgomery County voice lessons
are given in the convenience of your own home.

Why Choose Us?

Five Ways To Get The Most Out Of Your Singing Lessons

1. Insist On Private Lessons When Learning to Sing

Group lessons work well for preschool music programs, choruses and theory lessons.
However, when learning to sing, private lessons are far superior. In a private voice lesson, your teacher can focus all of their efforts on you and this allows you to learn at your own pace. Additionally, your vocal teacher does not have to instruct a class at a certain level, but has the time and focus to work on your strengths and weaknesses. This is beneficial to your teacher because they don’t have to divide their attention between five or ten voice students at one time. With private singing lessons your teacher can help you be the best that you can be.

2. Help Your Child to Set Goals
Goal setting is one of the most important skills to develop in order to be successful in singing (and life in general). To be effective, make your goals specific, measurable, and attainable. An example of setting a musical goal for yourself would be to sing a particular scale in a high register or to have a certain number of songs memorized. Another goal might be to perform in a recital. Goals are always easier to achieve when you set a deadline for them. Try setting some goals of your own and watch your progress soar!

3. Make Practicing Voice Easier
As with anything else in life, improving on singing takes practice. One of the main problems with vocal lessons can be the drudgery of practicing and the ensuing “fight” between parents and students to practice every day. Here are some ways to make practicing voice easier:

4. How Young is Too Young. Starting at the Right Age
Adults can start any instrument at any time. An adult’s success is based on how willing they are committed to practicing. We teach many beginner vocal students in their sixties and their seventies. For children, starting to sing at the right age is a key element to their success. If a child starts voice lessons too soon, they may feel overwhelmed and frustrated and want to stop their lessons. The last thing that you want to do is to turn a child off to singing because they had one unpleasant experience (which could have been prevented). Sometimes if the child waits a year to start their voice lessons, frustrations may be avoided and progress may be much faster. The following are some guidelines we have found to be successful in determining how young a child can start taking music lessons on a particular instrument.

5. How Much Should I Be Reading the Notes?Voice Instruction 19072
This is a very interesting topic. There are several different approaches to the study of voice. Some involve pure note reading and rhythms, while others utilize the ability of the ear. The bottom line is how well you sing. This may be achieved by note reading, using the ear, or a mix of the two. If your voice teacher determines that you are a visual learner, an approach based heavily on note and rhythm reading with some ear training mixed in would work well. If your teacher determines that you are an aural (ear) learner, a program based heavily on ear playing tempered with some note and rhythm reading would be appropriate. The right frame of mind is crucial for optimal learning. Therefore, catering to your learning strengths will ensure that you get the most out of your singing lessons.

6. Bonus – Have Fun Singing!
Singing should be something that you enjoy for a lifetime. Try not to put unrealistic expectations on yourself or your children to learn too quickly. Everyone learns at a different pace. The key is to be able to enjoy the journey.

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Ardmore Location
692 Pont Reading Road
Ardmore, PA 19003
(next to John’s Sneakers)

Springfield Location
353 Baltimore Pike (2nd floor)
Springfield, PA 19064
(next to Chuck E. Cheese)

In Home Singing Lessons
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voice lessons are given in the convenience of your own home.