Singing class teachers about using the voice to express many things.  We explore how the human voice has been used as an instrument by different nations and generations.    Through voice training, you will have the opportunity to develop both the psychological and physiological skills needed to perform.  As you try both solo and group singing, you will be exposed to many essential terms and many music types.

We want to create an atmosphere where singing happens naturally.  When, students sing with others and for others, both performing and listening are rewarding experiences.  These skills will help you if you want to pursue further musical education, if you're going to sing in a local choir, or if you enjoy singing in the shower!

The singing class also discusses how to care for your instrumement—we teach you how to use your voice and your body to produce the best sound without straining. By learning about your body's autonomy, you will have greater freedom and pleasure when using your voice in speech and in song.


Kristian Ravn

Kristian Ravn graduated from the Conservatory of Music in 2003 with a master's in music.  He has also completed postgraduate studies in France and with Voice Embodiment. His studies have focused on the close connection between body, mind, emotion and voice.   This holistic method encourages his students to use their entire body to sing. This approach incorporates vocal performance and music technicality with body awareness.

Kristian has previously been a vocal teacher and examiner at the Conservatory of Music in Esbjerg as well as a high school teacher at Testrup High School.  In addition, he performs as a singer in the band 'Gaderengene'. His Leonard Cohen-inspired and Reumert-nominated performance in Granhøj Dans' has been running successfully since 2010.  He hopes that his students discover that the skills learned in music class can continue beyond their hojskole days. Learning about performance, voice skills, and body awareness are important throughout everyone's life.