Singing Lessons for anyone who has a passion for singing!
Seeking to discover the secret to great singing and realising your potential? The voice is the most powerful of instruments and with the right instructions you can learn to sing the music you love, whatever your style!
Private Voice Lessons in The Hague
Soprano Leonie van Veen gives private singing lessons for both beginners and advanced students. The lessons take place in the Bezuidenhout neighbourhood of The Hague.
Online Singing Classes
I also offer fun, comprehensive and motivating online voice lessons for beginners, intermediate and advanced singers. Live feedback and instructions! Book a trial lesson or buy & try the 3 lesson Starter's Package!
Passion for singing!
Leonie has a big passion for singing. Finding the pleasure in singing and love for the text are key points in her lessons.
The lessons focus on posture, presentation, breathing, pronunciation of different languages, diction/ speech, intonation, expression and interpretation of the text. By working on these different aspects you develop a better awareness of your body and learn to sing with a flexible voice.
Classical, Opera, Art Song, Musical, Pop
The lessons will be adjusted to the student. Repertoire is flexible. This can be either classical, opera, art song, musical and/ or pop song. Leonie can also help you with studying a choir piece or a song you sing with your band.
Leonie has several years of experience in giving singing lessons and coaching Lied duos. She can also accommodate students who wish to bring a pianist or play the piano themselves or play the guitar while singing; please contact Leonie for more information.
About Leonie van Veen
Leonie studied at the Royal Conservatory of The Hague and the Dutch National Opera Academy in Amsterdam. Besides teaching, she has an active concert practice. She has appeared in several opera productions and regularly performs as a soloist. For more information about Leonie, visit www.leonievanveen.nl.
When music fails to agree to the ear, to soothe the ear and the heart and the senses, then it has missed the point. Maria Callas