Group Voice Lessons with Greg McQuade

Group voice lessons are a great opportunity for singers (and people who enjoy singing) to gain some basic knowledge and skills in a pressure-free setting, in a relatively short amount of  time, and at an affordable price!

Students who are unable to commit to long-term vocal study can still take one of these four-week sessions with Greg McQuade, and gain a sense of whether or not voice lessons are for them, and learn a little something about good singing technique with like minded people!

Each lesson lasts one hour.

Session 1:

Monday, November 6 – 7:00 – 8:00pm
Monday, November 13, 7:00 – 8:00pm
Monday, November 20, 7:00 – 8:00pm
Monday, November 27, 7:00 – 8:00pm

Session 2:

DATES COMING SOON!

Total: $5 per person/lesson (payment plans available) – Please make your payments at the Center for the Arts box office.

Instructor: Greg McQuade

To register, please fill out the online form below, or stop into the Box Office Monday – Friday, 10:00am – 5:00pm. Payments can be accepted by check, cash, or credit card. Please makes checks payable to Center for the Arts of Homer. Those using the online registration option will be contacted about payment plans prior to the start of classes.

Group Voice Lesson Registration

0056-bwGreg is a graduate of Ithaca College with a Master’s degree in Vocal Education.  He skillfully combines his more than thirty-five years of experience with teaching voice, piano and music theory.  Prior to teaching in the public-school system, Greg owned and operated Audio Arts Recording Studio where he wrote and produced radio jingles, along with professional recordings for local and regional talent.  Since his retirement from public school, Greg has devoted much of his time to performing and private teaching.  He has also been the musical director for numerous musicals and dramatic productions, the most recent being Annie.
“I look forward to my continued partnership with The Center for the Arts, and embracing their commitment to promote the Arts in our community.”