Jeffrey D. Ballard, D.M.A.
Exceptional Vocal Training for Singers of All Ages, Vocal Styles, and Levels
Ballard Music Studio students range from beginners to professionals, from ages 5 to 80. They include a wide array of backgrounds and musical interests. I can truly say that I enjoy working with each and every one of them. The opportunity to help singers build confidence and vocal skills in pursuit of their personal musical goals is my life’s work, and I love it!
Ballard Music Studio was founded in 2004. There are three locations: two private studios in Indianapolis, and one in Muncie. All studios are open to singers of all backgrounds, ages, and levels.
As a Tenor, I have performed in concert, opera, musical theatre, and recitals in several regions of the U.S. and Italy. Now, I devote most of my creativity to my private students. Some have won various competitive awards, including first place at NATS and others. Additionally, I have judged for state and district ISSMA since 1999.
Can Anyone Learn To Sing?
People often ask me, “Can anyone learn to sing?” The short answer is, Yes! That is, if they devote themselves to the process and practice diligently. As with most skill sets, vocal technique that leads to optimal singing can be developed, assuming a healthy voice and a willing student.
Everyone can sing – like everyone can drive, or shoot a basketball – but how well is determined by technique and application. My goal is to help people discover and develop their best singing voice through a personalized, technique-based, creative, and supportive process.
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- Over 30 years’ teaching experience
- Extensive university faculty teaching since 1988
- Over 800 students taught
- Students sing throughout the U.S. and abroad
- Instruction is goal-focused and technique-based
- Private one-on-one lessons
- From beginners to professionals
- Studio recitals, small group workshops, and social gatherings
- Three Indiana locations and Skype available
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