Voice Training You Can Trust

   Jordan Scholl   at the University of Guelph presenting a lecture demonstration on how the anatomy of the voice changes to support healthy singing in a variety of different styles.

Jordan Scholl at the University of Guelph presenting a lecture demonstration on how the anatomy of the voice changes to support healthy singing in a variety of different styles.

 

Why come to TASC for your Voice Lessons? 

At TASC, we have a passion for the voice. From the anatomical and physiological components of singing to the emotional and psychological aspects. While we offer a variety of voice therapy and singing voice therapy options at TASC, our speech-language pathologist, Jordan Scholl, is also trained as a voice teacher with over a decade of teaching experience. In addition, Jordan is a professional singer who is active in Toronto, with Juno and Grammy nominations to his credit. This combined background in voice training, performance experience, and speech-language pathology means your voice is supported and cared for when you choose to study singing at TASC.

What is your teaching philosophy?

Jordan's teaching philosophy with singing is similar to his approach when providing speech, voice, or language therapy: "Know your machine." This philosophy is rooted in a deep understanding of anatomy and physiology of the voice as a whole body system, as well as how changes at any point along this system influence the sound that is produced. By teaching a voice student to understand their instrument on both a fundamental and functional level, they are empowered to sing with a balanced and healthy voice that is true to who they are.

how do You know if You need voice therapy or voice lessons?

Just ask! The best way to find out if you need voice therapy or voice lessons is to contact us. You can also read our blog post on how we differentiate the two services here at TASC (Voice Therapy or Voice Lessons?).

We also offer the option of coming for an initial consultation in order to have a vocal screening/preliminary assessment conducted. This is a speech-language pathology service and would be covered by private insurance plans that cover speech therapy or speech-language pathology. To book an initial consultation, please visit our contact page or visit tasc.janeapp.com and select "Speech Therapy" to find an appointment time that works for you.

What is the cost of voice lessons?

At TASC, we offer two different lengths for voice lessons:

30 minutes- $50

60 minutes- $70

You can pay for your lessons by cash, e-transfer, or credit.* Receipts available upon request.

*If you pay for your lesson using a credit card, there is a small processing fee of 2%.

How can I book a Lesson?

There are several options for booking a voice lesson at TASC:

1) Use our convenient online booking portal, to book an initial consultation.

2) Complete the contact form at the bottom of this page.

3) Contact us directly by e-mail at jordanschollvoice@gmail.com or by phone at 647-633-3325

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   Jordan Scholl   presenting at TEDx GuelphU on why he believes "Anyone Can Sing!"

Jordan Scholl presenting at TEDx GuelphU on why he believes "Anyone Can Sing!"