Do you want to be a more powerful performer?
Do you want your songs to touch the heart of your audience?
Do you desire to make a greater impact with your voice?
Then you are in the right place...
Rejoice In Your Voice™ Singer's Master Class is the perfect environment to take your song to a new level.
Under the guidance of master singing instructor and professional performer, Tricia Pine, you will focus on some of the finer details of your performance: tone, phrasing, and musical line, interpretation, and audience connection.
You will leave with powerful tools to transform your performances.
What the evening looks like:
6:30 Arrive, settle in and sign-up to perform
6:45 Group Introductions
6:55 Master class begins with first singer
8:30 Master class ends
What you need to do:
1. Keep your RSVP current... if you are coming, great! If not, be courteous and immediately change your RSVP.
2. Arrive on time
3. Come completely memorized. No one will perform looking at sheet music or lyric sheets.
Bring your own accompanist; guitar, pianist, harmonica, or mp3. There will be a set of small speakers to plug in your device and a computer with access to youtube karaoke accompaniments. You may also email me your MP3 so it is queued up when you arrive.
Do you have to sing?
No. A wonderful element about the master class format is that observers benefit greatly. I have attended 100's of master classes as an observer and walked away with copious notes to add to and enhance my vocal study.
About your Master Instructor
Tricia Pine, soprano, has starred in many operas, operettas, and musical theater productions and was a member of the Actors Equity Association. She has performed leading roles including Julie in Carousel, Maria in West Side Story, lead role in Swing! She sang Josephine in H.M.S. Pinafore, Mabel in The Pirates of Penzance, Gretel in Hansel and Gretel, Cunegonde in Candide, Musetta in La Bohème, and Adele in Die Fledermaus. Tricia has appeared as a soloist in Japan, Austria, and England. She has a Master of Music degree from the Manhattan School of Music. While living in New York City, Tricia performed various roles throughout Manhattan, Long Island, and Rhode Island, and was a supernumerary with The Metropolitan Opera in New York City. Tricia is a former Miss Oregon and second runner-up to Miss America 1997. She currently resides in Boulder County where she continues to perform, as well as teach private voice in her studio. For more information about Tricia and her studio you may visit her website www.Rejoice In Your Voice.com.
Looking forward to meeting you!