Study Voice with Ian Howell Online

By  | July 25, 2012 | 5 Comments | Filed under:

Hello, my name is Ian Howell.  I am a singer and voice pedogogue, and I have been the driving force behind this blog for almost two years. Having received countless comments from readers that they cannot find good teachers (especially good countertenor teachers) in their communities, I have set up an online voice studio!

If you have access to a web camera, a high-speed internet connection, a computer, and a quality USB microphone (such as the Blue Snowball), you can join my online studio. We can work on fundamental technique, repertory, and style; there is very little we cannot do in an online lesson.

I keep my prices intentionally low, in part to give young singers a chance to study, and in part to reflect the various standards of living across the readership of this blog. If you are interested in learning more, please fill out the short form below.

If you would like to read more about my teaching philosophy, please go to my website.  To read my articles on this blog (both about vocal technique and the singing life more generally) click here.

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About

Ian Howell is a countertenor based in Boston, Massachusetts. He regularly performs as a concert and operatic soloist all across North America and writes from time to time. He was educated at Yale and Capital Universities, sang with Chanticleer from 2000-04, and is currently a Doctor of Musical Arts student at the New England Conservatory of Music. Follow him on Twitter or Facebook.

http://www.ianhowellcountertenor.com

  • Charity Williams

    This fool better be good. I’m terrible and i need help!!!!

    • sadfsad

      lol same

  • CMickelson

    Hello Ian!
    I recently filled out the form above. I hope to hear from you soon!

  • Renz Rumell Borja

    I’m interested. What should I do?

    • Anonymous

      Hi Renz, just send me a note through the form above.

      ~Ian