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Frequently Asked Questions

  • Are all classes virtual?
    Yes. All classes are done through Zoom Meetings. If you have never used it, you can easily download from The App Store or Google Play Store. We strive to keep our lessons as interactive and fun as possible, so as to try to avoid a boring, uncreative atmosphere. We also use best practices from around the industry to give kids the best chance at a communicative experience. In this time, it's important to remain social, and to give kids the chance to socialize with leaders and fellow students, thereby keeping them on a healthy path to socialization and communication.
  • Do teachers have their Vulnerable Sector Screening (VSS)?
    All teachers must maintain their Vulnerable Sector Screening (VSS) on a yearly basis.
  • How are you different from every other virtual lesson?
    At the de Souza School of Music, we want artists to find vocal discovery through education as a way to grow their life skills: self-expression, self-discovery, gut instinct, and self-confidence are all goals for our students. We set goals together with students, and build the tools they need to achieve those goals at their pace, and at their level, thereby instilling a self-confidence through success. Young artists see that their choices can directly affect their ability to grow and improve.
  • As a virtual school, where do you find opportunities for students to perform?"
    One of the central focuses at the de Souza School of Music is responsible content creation. This means we tailor material choices to each and every singer, using all the tools we have at our disposal to make a song fit seamlessly to a singer's current level and comfort. That, combined with our focus on learning how to properly and responsibly create content, means our students can focus on what it takes to get a song from planning to performance. Final products show the kids the incredible growth they are capable of.
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