• Professional music lessons in Cologne: teacher Lenny Pojarov will teach you piano and singing!



Singing lessons in Cologne

One of the most fundamental components of modern pop and world music is the voice. When used correctly, the voice is a full-fledged and multifaceted instrument that provides many different colors and nuances within a song.

Do you think can anyone sing? Do you believe not? The answer is yes, anyone can learn how to sing, technically. It is a question of practice and training. Whether you are a beginner or advanced, depending on your level and goals, we will work out the right content for your singing lessons. Of course, I will also work with you and teach you the valuable tools of expression, performance, and soft skills that make singing in front of people very easy.

Piano lessons in Cologne

From the very beginning, the piano has captured people’s attention. In classical music, jazz as well as in modern pop music it has the most important melody and rhythm amongst instruments worldwide. Some people like to refer to it as “the mother of all instruments”.

Whether you are a beginner or an advanced player, I will work out the correct approach to strengthen, support, and challenge you in your piano playing – individually and precisely.

Where do the music lessons take place in Cologne?

My singing and piano lessons take place in my little studio in the heart of Cologne – in the northern part of the old town!

It is a 10-15 minute walk from the Central Station, 9 minutes by tram (line 18. to Appellhofplatz). The north-eastern city center (pedestrian zone) can be reached on foot in about 5 minutes.

Since the parking situation around my teaching space is always tight, I recommend you to come by bus, metro or bicycle. Due to the proximity of the city center, parking spaces are scarce and you should allow yourself 15-20 minutes to find a parking spot + walk.

You can easily find the route from Cologne’s central station to my teaching space on the website of the Kölner Verkehrsbetriebe (KVB). Click this link to find the KVB route planner!