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How to Teach Voice Lessons Online

FREE recording

In these challenging times, we at IVA want to support you, the global community of singing teachers, as much as possible and keep your studios alive and singing!

Our international IVA Teacher Training Program delivers high-quality education to hundreds of teachers online every day, and we want to share our online teaching knowledge with you!

IVA Master Teacher Stephanie Borm-Krüger has 15 years of experience teaching and receiving lessons online herself, and she is hosting this free webinar for all voice teachers who want to learn more about teaching virtually:

"How to Teach Voice Lessons Online"

  • Advice on what to keep in mind when teaching online
  • Tips for being a successful "virtual" teacher
  • Lots of shared experience to keep your studios running during this challenging time
  • Q&A session to answer specific questions

Register for the free recording here.

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