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Real life lessons in Amsterdam and Utrecht, Netherlands.
Also online lessons.
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One 1 hour lesson (online or in person) is € 69, – ex VAT. First time students: after you schedule, I’ll mail you with more info.
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Unless there was damage done to your vocal cords, I don’t see why you wouldn’t be able to learn how to sing. It will probably take time, because either you are out of shape physically, or maybe you have gotten some bad vocal habits over the years.
In the course there are two moment where I ask you to send me a video of yourself singing, and I personally give you feedback on it. You can also always ask questions and I answer them personally.
I’m a lover of languages, and I would love to learn a ton more. But presently, I teach in:
Yes. Private lessons are either online or offline. Online I use Skype or another application that you prefer, as long as it has video.
I teach both in Amsterdam and Utrecht AND online. Locations might differ so contact me.
Yes! About half of my students are singers who have never taken lessons.
The most recent project I did was in the winter of 2017, performing in Das Phantom der Oper, a 3 months tour of Germany, Austria and Switzerland. After moving to Amsterdam, I focused on teaching, only doing an open mic here and there. I’ll get back in the ring soon. Keep you posted 🙂
“Your natural talent will take you to a point. But if you are lucky enough to come across Linor as your vocal trainer, you will understand many things about singing in a short time. She taught me the exact positioning of my vocal instrument and how to control it in couple of minutes. Highly recommended!”
“Linor is an incredible professional – if anybody will get the best singing out of you, it will be her. She’s equally awesome on a personal level too!! The kindest, most patient and sweet person you will ever meet… but make no mistake – you will not be able to cut any corners in your lessons because she doesn’t compromise on quality and can literary hear every breath you take.”