Did you know that you use the same muscles in speaking as in singing? So unless you speak in a complete monotone like a science fiction robot, you already hear and use different pitches when you speak. In our workshops we learn more about this and explore the physical foundations of singing using anatomy, movement, breath, vocal exploration, resonance and sounds. If you've been afraid to sing or 'not liked' your voice in the past, you will see that it's simply a learned physical task, and if you've sung for years you will learn something new about your voice.
You and your loved one will learn some fun partner vocal warm ups
Plan to tell us the name of your chosen song (any genre).
It is best to pick a song you both know fairly well, and have it cued up on another device (that you aren't using zoom on).
Have lyrics nearby if you need them.
You and your partner will breakout and try your song!
We will then regroup and I will answer questions and offer tips about making your song better, and we will practice those tips as a group.
Then I will have you perform it again together (or for each other).
I have taught voice for over 20 years and I am an authorized Complete Vocal Technique teacher.
When my wedding was postponed this year due to Covid-19, my fiance’ (who had previously had no singing experience) asked me to teach him to sing a solo song for our wedding. It has been one of our favorite date night activities during Shelter in Place!