Voice Lessons Pittsburgh | N Stuff Music

Private Voice Lessons at the N Stuff School of Music

Who doesn’t dream about being a singer? You know you sing along with the car radio when you are driving, and we are willing to bet you sing in the shower too! Why not learn how to sing if you love it so much? N Stuff Music offers lessons for beginners and intermediate level singers. Our vocal coach can teach the fundamentals of pitch, warming up and technique to anyone from child to senior citizen in a private 30 minute lesson. You'll learn that your voice is as much an instrument as a guitar, drums or a keyboard, so we will teach you how to maintain that instrument so it never lets you down.

We can have you closet singers out on the karaoke circuit in no time! Don’t be shy, let that voice fly!!!!

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Voice Lesson Tuition

All lesson tuitions are $25 per half hour session

Voice Lesson Times

Monday, Tuesday and Thursday:
- 3:00 p.m. to 7:30 p.m.
- 10:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.

Lesson Policy

Lessons are scheduled at a set day and time and occur once a week. Payment for lessons is due at the beginning of the month for the entire month. Payment is for all scheduled lessons regardless of attendance. Payment is to be made via cash or check directly to the instructor.

Attendance Policy

In an event you cannot attend your lesson as it is scheduled, 24 hours’ notice must be given in order to be eligible for a make- up lesson. No exceptions. (1) Make-up per calendar month. These make-ups do not accrue if they are not used within 30 days.

We Observe the Following Holidays

Thanksgiving | Christmas Eve | Christmas Day | New Year's Eve | New Year's Day | Labor Day | Memorial Day | Fourth of July

Frequently Asked Questions About Our Lesson Program

Q: Do you offer make-ups for missed lessons?
A: Lessons cancelled with at least 24 hours’ notice are able to be rescheduled, subject to the instructor’s availability. (1 Make-up per calendar month)

Q: What if my teacher is absent?
A: If your instructor cancels a lesson (meaning the lesson is totally cancelled for the week, and not re-scheduled) you are not liable for the lesson fee. You will receive a credit for that lesson in the tuition for the following month.

Q: If I miss a lesson, do I still have to pay?
A: Because we have committed to reserving a specific time slot for you, that appointment time cannot be otherwise filled, and therefore payment cannot be refunded.

Q: How do I change my day or time?
A: Permanent lesson change forms are available at the rental counter and have to be turned in to our Lesson Manager.

Q: How do I withdraw from lessons?
A: In order to withdraw from lessons permanently, please let your instructor know when your last lesson date will be. A minimum 14-Day notice is required. No refunds will be given for early withdrawal.

Q: If I want to pull out of lessons, can you guarantee that my day, time and teacher will still be available when I return?
A: Keep in mind that if you choose to pull out of lessons, that spot is now available to other students to book into. We will do our best to work with your schedule and your request for specific teachers, but we cannot guarantee that there will be a spot for you when you return. If you are extremely inflexible with your day, time and teacher choice, then we suggest you stay in lessons even if you are going to miss a few classes. Remember that make-up lessons can be arranged for classes you miss. Throughout the year, those few lessons that you miss will not hinder your learning to play as much as it would to stop your lessons entirely.

Voice Instructors at The N Stuff School of Music

Chris Catone | Voice Lessons

Chris Catone - Voice | Piano

Chris Catone is a composer, producer and multi-instrumentalist from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. He studied music technology at Northeastern University in Boston and received his graduate degree in composition from Duquesne University. He is an active composer of choral, chamber and film music, in addition to working as a freelance pianist and organist throughout the region. His concert music has been performed by Alia Musica Pittsburgh, Trillium Ensemble, A Far Cry Ensemble, The Heinz Chapel Compline Choir, The Freya String Quartet and Kassia Ensemble. His music for short and feature films have won awards at prominent film festivals such as the Los Angeles 48 Hour Film Fest and Filmapalooza. Chris worked on various projects with film composer/producer Junkie XL at Hans Zimmer's Remote Control Productions in Los Angeles. Chris also serves as Director of Music at Saint Athanasius Church in West View, PA. In his free time, Chris loves to travel and hang out with his dog Callahan.