Group Voice Classes @ Fort Mason

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Blue Bear’s vocal technique classes combine exercises to strengthen your voice along with the singing of songs. Our Learn to Sing class is for “car and shower” singers.   More experienced singers with no previous instruction can take our Can Sing class.  And if you’re satisfied with your vocal technique, we also offer small classes where you’ll receive individualized coaching on both vocal technique and performance, working on songs that you want to sing. Scroll down for our group singing class schedule, or click here for private voice lessons.

Not finding the right voice class for you?  Private lessons may be your best bet.  Check out some of our voice teacher bios – Blue Bear has some of San Francisco’s best instructors!

Learn more about private voice lessons – tuition, policies, and how to schedule.

  • $440 for most 75-minute, 11-week classes
  • Purchase $35 annual Membership and take $20 off class tuition, plus discounted private tutorials with your class teacher (one hour at $50 or two half-hours at $25 each)
  • 3-Pay option available to spread tuition over three months
Class Drops & Refunds
  • To drop and get a refund you must let us know two days before the second class meeting.
  • We will be happy to refund 85% of the entire class tuition.
  • After the second meeting, there will be no refunds or transfers of credit.
  • Note that Memberships are non-refundable and non-transferable.

Questions? Please visit our FAQs or contact us at 415.673.3600.

Wondering which of our vocal technique classes is right for you?

Little to no singing experience?
  • Learn to Sing: Group Singing for Beginners
Previous singing experience (bands, musical theatre, choral, etc.) with no formal instruction in how to sing?
  • Singing for People Who Can Sing
Previous instruction but out of shape and wanting to get back into singing?
  • Singing for People Who Can Sing
Previous voice instruction in basic concepts of breathing and support, tone production, articulation, projection, etc.?