Voice Lessons

Voice Faculty

Joy Barnum

Jane Farge

Rachel Hardman


Individual voice skills are based on muscle memory, which is an extension of speech. To become a “good” singer you must be able to breathe properly, sing with power (resonance) and sing on pitch. To become a “great” singer you’ll need to add musicality that only comes with incessant practice.


There are numerous persons within our world that absolutely love to sing and are excited by the proposal of training their voice. While there are vast and various distinguishing methods, demonstrations are a productive and safe style to train one’s vocals. Please note that these steps take quite some time and commitment. You may practice these techniques in your own time with further professional vocal training or for your own talent development to branch off into finding what works for you as an individual. Celebrate the gift of singing you have, as all of our voices are unique and beautiful in their own way. Enjoy your time practicing and training your voice.


In addition to classical training, vocal lessons can also cover jazz, reggae and pop styles, at the request of the student. The Bermuda School of Music also offers choir programmes for both children and adults.

Programme Details

Min. Age: 8

Adult Lessons: Available

Class Length: 30, 45 & 60 minutes

Class Times Available: Limited

Materials Needed: TBD

Download our application form (–> link to application .pdf) or contact us to get started. To find out more about the BSM, review our faculty, upcoming events, schedules and fees.

Our Programmes


Piano Lessons Piano lessons suitable for all ages are taught at the Bermuda School of Music.   In piano, the


Strings Although traditional string instruction is regularly taught by the Bermuda School of Music’s faculty, our focus is the Suzuki


Guitar Lessons Taught by Steve Crawford and Jerremiah Smith, the Bermuda School of Music offers tutorials in classical guitar and


Voice Lessons Individual voice skills are based on muscle memory, which is an extension of speech. To become a “good”


Percussion Learning to play the drums and percussion can be a lot of fun, while also providing self discipline and


Brass Led by Kent Hayward , the Bermuda School of Music’s brass department provides instruction in trumpet, french horn, trombone,


Woodwinds The Bermuda School of Music’s woodwind teachers make saxophone, flute and clarinet lessons fun! Concentrating on music reading and

Steel Pan

Steel Pan Lessons   Taught by Janice Pearman and Kent Hayward, the steel pan (also known as steel drums, pans,


Bermuda Choir Chamber Choir The Bermuda Chamber Choir brings the choral fine arts to life in our community. Through performances

Group Lessons and Performance Ensembles

Group Music Lessons and Performance Ensembles Led by the specific discipline’s faculty , the Bermuda School of Music’s group music

Movement and Music – Mini Music Makers

Movement and Music – Mini Music Makers Imagine whirling, creating, storytelling, singing. Nowhere else is learning so much fun! The