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The center
Greg Delson

Everyone can sing! Vocalizing is communicating; if you can talk, you can sing. Whether we are communicating lyrics in song, reading lines from a script, or speaking publicly, feeling comfortable and secure vocally requires a healthy working technique.


Yet, technique is just one aspect of what we teach at the LANDLIGHTS Center for Voice. At LCV, we help pro, semi-pro, hobbyist and beginner vocalists build consistency, reliability and flexibility in their voices by working with our Three Pillars: Technique, Uninhibitedness and Interpretation. Together, we build each of these, and use them to help enhance the other, leading to a healthy, enjoyable and expressive communication that works every time.

Located in Los Angeles, CA, the center offers learning for all skill levels and ages through live events, workshops, group classes and private coaching. Led by our founder and renowned vocal educator, Greg Delson, all instruction weaves a holistic  philosophy of mind, body and spirit into everything we teach.

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Greg Delson, the LANDLIGHTS Center for Voice founder and head instructor, has been performing, researching, mastering and teaching vocals for over two decades. Greg received his BA in Music from UC Berkeley, his Masters of Music in Music Education from Boston University, and the 3-year Singing Teacher's Diploma from the Complete Vocal Institute in Copenhagen, Denmark.  He believes and has proven that everyone can sing. Coining the phrase, "Singing is not a talent, it's a skill," Greg focuses on vocal pedagogy with the same philosophy that one would use to teach any other craft: with the right coaching, technique,

practice and time, anyone can master anything. Greg teaches everyone from GRAMMY award winners to beginners. In addition to teaching, he has recorded and toured for years with various bands, collectives and music projects, and brings his experience as an active working professional into his sessions. Greg is also currently researching the many psychological and physiological benefits that come from singing, group singing and music performance in general.

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