From Christina Aguilera's MasterClass


Expand your vocal range with Christina. Learn her secrets for nailing those high notes and building your range. Use the Range Finder tool at the end of the lesson to put into practice what you've learned.

Topics include: Build your range • Secret to hitting high notes


Expand your vocal range with Christina. Learn her secrets for nailing those high notes and building your range. Use the Range Finder tool at the end of the lesson to put into practice what you've learned.

Topics include: Build your range • Secret to hitting high notes

Christina Aguilera

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Every singer's main concern is how do I build my range? How do I hit higher notes? The real simple, basic answer to that is you gotta practice. You really have to know how to just try and experiment. Know where your comfort zone lies and then try to grow from there. And that's through, as I say, listen to singers, listen to different styles, listen and try out different things that your voice might be capable of doing. Singing along with singers always did help me in just seeing how low I could go. But that helps us to see where you're at, what you need to work on, and if there are certain notes you can't hit with some of your favorite singers then maybe you do want to see if a vocal teacher can help you with that. There are certain tricks that do and can help you mentally achieve what you're going for. The question I get asked a lot is how to hit your high notes better, stronger, more impactful. So much really is mental, and the way we start to tense and we think about that high note too much and we think about oh my god, here it's coming, it's coming up, this is a big one. It's a mental game. You kind of have to psych yourself out that you have it and you own it and you have to just again prepare your body for that stance, that confidence that comes from your core, and having the right breath to back it up. During my vocal scales, if you're doing-- [SINGING] Ave Maria. And then say the next note higher-- [SINGING] Ave Maria. Is like the "e," the poignant part, say, in what you're really trying to hit. If you can try an approach that without thinking like, [SINGING] Ave Maria. Like I'm oh, I'm going to go up there right now, if you can almost think of the note prior to it as being your most important note, so-- [SINGING] Ave Maria. If "ma" being the note right before "e," if you can almost think of that being like the most troublesome point and if you nail that then you're golden. It will take the pressure and the strain off of the impact you're going to give that super high note that you're worried about. If you can mentally psych yourself to think of the note right before the high note is the hardest thing you're going to hit. One of the pointers that has helped me sometimes in even being in the recording studio and trying to hit certain high notes is like anything else, like an athlete, like a sport, it's so mental. It really is, even your capability in singing. It's all in sort of how you see things. I knew I was capable of certain notes, but sometimes you're mentally so fatigued or nervous or stressed about hitting it that you don't even allow yourself the opportunity to relax and reach the note because you're compressing and straining your vocal chords thinking about how hard it is to reach. So some of the tips he gave me was as we venture into the higher notes of the scale because this goes actually much higher later on down-- we're not going to go there today, but t...

Your New Voice Teacher

Christina Aguilera teaches you how to expand your range, find your voice, and master the techniques that have earned her five Grammy Awards. In her first-ever online singing class, you’ll learn warm-up exercises, breath control, vibrato, her signature growls, and hear Christina break down her biggest hits. You’ve never had vocal lessons like this before.


Students give MasterClass an average rating of 4.7 out of 5 stars.

I have learned so much from Christina's class! I enjoyed seeing the comparison between genres and different vocal styles. It was all so empowering.

I improved my voice skills and found new goal! Thank you from my heart.

Cantar no es lo mío, solo quería aprender sobre la voz pero termine aprendiendo mucho más. Siempre me ha impactado la profundidad de los pensamientos de los cantantes y su nobleza. Christina, fue una clase increíble. Siempre he sido una grande fan tuya. Gracias 🙏

Singing is a lot like running a marathon - there is a lot more to it than just running. This class covers a lot of ground and introduces you to a lot of those other those things. It also provides useful lessons and strategies to move forward. And it was fun!



Christina is excellent. I'm a fan of her teaching style and her music. Super inspiring.

Robert C.

My god this is awesome class thank you I’m a filmmaker it’s hreat to know these tricks

A fellow student

This is great, but also could be condensed. Good tips for beginners. Not so good realistically. Most of the teaching is geared towards the lifestyle of someone who is an already touring artist. Examples, what to take with you on the road, tips for how to stay away from things on the road, etc. she should have taught performance art. I think she would have really done well with that spectrum. Don’t get me wrong, the lessons are okay, but need someone who is taken out of the mindset of on the road, touring, waking up for shows, aspect away from it. Thanks, I enjoyed.

Jennifer M.

? Duh question. How long will a normal warm-up last before you need to re-warm up again? Example: You warm-up an hour or so before a performance and then the performance gets pushed another hour or two later - should you do a mini warm-up again to keep you limber without pushing it?

Waseem S.

love this assignment! educational...I actually don't know the notes very well so a good learning for me...I want to do this one again once I learn the notes. to those unable to find the assignment - use google chrome.

Sandra Solis

ja ja ja. I cant find this, but I´ll open the masterclass in chrome and Idid it, ja ja ja

Stuart G.

Move the mouse over the black area, around the bottom middle the pointer will become a hand for clicking, click and the vocal range finder will appear

Mariandrea B.

Ishaan; the link works but it doesnt download the personalized warm up according to your range :( Anyone with the same problem?


Yo if you're still getting a black screen try using this link, it might help :)


Thanks for giving me this song to master. I can see how it can lead to proper breaths and note control. I've taken voice lessons, which have been basically practice sessions. You teach on another level. Like the difference between a person with just book smart and a person out there, in the streets, at the theater, booking shows and hustling every week to keep that instrument called a voice in great shape, while keeping the mind sharp. The love and respect that you have for your profession shines through. And I guess the one most important thing (to me) is save the emotions and excitement for the performance.