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Strengthen Your Vocal Skills

Are you interested in growing your vocal skills? Adults and children (aged 4+) are welcome to join our expert-led vocal and voice lessons in the Bronx, NY area. Singing programs at the Bronx School For Music are designed specifically towards the skills and interests of each student through private one-on-one instruction.

Hone Your Musical Voice In A Safe Space

The Bronx School For Music seeks to create a safe, nurturing space for students to practice their singing skills, honing and growing their vocal range throughout each lesson. Through high-quality instruction, students are encouraged to explore their own imaginations as they advance their skills throughout their time at BSM.

Enroll In Private Voice Lessons Today

BSM offers vocal performance instruction in either 30-minute or 60-minute time periods and has three terms each year: Two 16-week academic-year semesters (Fall and Spring) and one seven-week summer session. Lessons and group musical development classes are held Monday through Friday, from 2 p.m. to 8 p.m., and Saturday from 9 a.m. to 7 p.m. The fall Semester begins after Labor Day; the spring semester begins the first week of February.

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Singing Lessons Led By A Passionate Instructor

Our vocal performance programs are led by Christopher Robin Sapp. Pursuing his passion for vocal performances and live theatre, Christopher has utilized his vocal skills to bring iconic characters to life, such as Matt in The Fantasticks, Anthony in Sweeney Todd, and Jamie in The Last Five Years. Christopher brings his experience into every lesson that he teaches at the Bronx School For Music, passing that knowledge onto his students.