To provide excellence in music education and performance
for all levels through the development of artistic talent and creative
Being of Light Music Studios is truly one of its kind serving the Atlanta metro area offering with customized teaching methods that encourage aspiring talent and music lovers to nurture their love for music with a keen mind, healthy body, and loving spirit.
We are music educators, musicians, and performers specializing in Vocal Technique & Performance, Piano, Percussion, Songwriting & Music Theory. Group classes and Guitar Lessons coming soon!
We personalize your lesson objectives to suit your music interests and educational needs. We want you to grow as musicians, and most importantly, enjoy learning.
We provide knowledge of music as a business and supply you with information key to making sound choices in your music career.
Our direction and mentorship is based on our love for music and our love to teach and bring out the best musician in you.
Canda Daryl Fisher, Owner, Voice & Piano Instructor
My goal as Voice Instructor, Vocal Coach and Piano Instructor is to push
talent to go a step further in each lesson, because I see and hear what
they could be capable of if challenged. I motivate and embrace each
student’s originality as musicians and performers while helping them
improve and have fun! A little about me, I received a Master's
in Vocal Performance with a primary focus on vocal technique, breath
coordination, crossover vocal style, coaching, and dramatic
interpretation. As an experienced voice instructor for
developing technique and restoring voices of all genres, and a vocal
coach specializing in crossover and and contemporary talent (pop,
alternative rock, R&B/urban, gospel,etc.). I have also had the
opportunity to coach rap lyricists and spoken word artists into
developing vocal stamina with proper vocal technique and exercises to
help reduce strain and fatigue while doing shows. My music
curriculum includes honing technique, projection and stamina, breath and
body coordination, dramatization and stage presence, as well as
learning and applying concepts in music theory, and music appreciation. I also advise and provide holistic resources on nutrition and
diet, maintaining vocal and physical health, ways to relieve vocal
strain, muscle tension and anxiety, artist development, and lyrical
analysis of songs.
teach my students to not focus on the length of their practice, but
work productively so that they become better musicians, and aid in
setting goals and discipline for them. After 3 or 6 months students
would have learned a foundation of vocal technique and/or beginning
piano, basic concepts of music theory, and how to approach a new song
with a new mindset of study and performance. In my sessions, I enjoy
empowering students to develop self-esteem, confidence, and discipline
as they set goals for themselves. Overall I help students help
themselves instill a positive work ethic, and encourage students to
discover who they are through their innate abilities to perform and make
music. For more advanced vocalists, it is rewarding to see and hear
them perform at their peak as we troubleshoot technical areas together
and how to emote honestly through our music. As a songwriter and vocal
arranger, I also advise musicians that need help designing song
structures or hearing vocal harmonies and advise on stylings/riffs that
fit one's vocal style and am available to work with you if you are
seeking songwriting sessions as well. Since vocal training is
very focused on creating musical sounds internally versus externally, I
accept students ages 10 - Adult, as young voices are still developing,
and if he/she is comfortable receiving instruction and taking direction
on their voice. For ages under 10 that enjoy singing, I incorporate a
combination of learning piano and singing along, that way they can learn
basic music theory while training their musical ear to establish pitch.
I also offer beginning piano along with music theory for children and
adults ages 5-Adult, and especially enjoying helping vocalists learn how
to play piano so they can become better musicians.
Kevin Fisher, Percussion Instructor, Songwriting Advisor, & Producer
Since 1998 Kevin Fisher has been involved in various concert and symphony
competitions as well as teaching those instruments to other
percussionists as part of the band. Having started drums at the early age of ten, his passion to play and his talent led him to leadership roles such as Captain of over 20 band students
in 1996 at Druid Hills High School and was appointed Drumline Captain of over 45
colleagues each year of 1998-2000 at Fort Valley State University.
Mr. Fisher, husband of Canda Daryl, is also an instructor at Being of Light Music Studio in which he
teaches percussion to children. He loves to teach those who want to
learn and loves to motivate those with the slightest ambitions of being a
percussionist. Mr. Fisher is also a performing artist, hip hop and spoken
word lyricist, songwriter, DJ and producer. He is also available for consulting
services in songwriting for individuals and workshops.