Have you ever walked in the park by the opera house of your hometown and listened to the sopranos practice their voices? Their voices would carry over the waters of the duck pond and be clear as a bell. Maybe their heavenly sounds inspired you to think about taking a class so you could learn to sing as well, but then perhaps reality got in the way, and you were discouraged by your feeling that you could not carry a tune in a bucket. Do not despair, because there are many options available for you to learn to sing, and many of those who offer lessons assure students that anyone and everyone can learn to sing.
If you are ready to learn to sing in your church choir or simply at karaoke night at the local bar, you will quite possibly be intimidated by the sheer number of programs and techniques out there that promise you quick success. The reality is very clear: learning to sign is a process that can be learned by anyone, but it does require time and patience, and even though natural talent may help to speed things up a bit, it is not required for you.
Probably the best way to learn to sing is to join a singing class. They are often offered as part of the evening program at the local college, or maybe even the adult education programs around town. Find an instructor who is well versed in vocal techniques, pitching, as well as breathing. In the beginning, do not limit yourself to one kind of style but instead allow yourself to explore the various different styles of music and songs that you can sing. You will soon discover which kind of music is a good match for you, and at that time you will be able to specialize.