Voice (Singing)

Voice (Singing) from Waltons New School Of Music

By: Waltons New School Of Music  13/07/2010
Keywords: Music Classes, Music Centre

The New School's voice programme is designed to help new and experienced singers of all ages to get the most outof the instrument they were born with. Instruction for adults and teens is two-part,concentrating on both vocal technique and interpretation. The technique portionworks on breathing, range development, vocal strength, flexibility, intonationand tonal quality. The material chosen for interpretation work – which mayinclude classical, jazz/blues, rock/pop, traditional music or musical theatre –is chosen with each student's unique goals (and voice) in mind. (The also offers Jazz Voice lessons, focusing specifically on the skills andtechniques of jazz singing.) As it is not generally advisable to begintechnical work before the age of 15, lessons for younger students concentrateon musicianship and interpretation skills. Weekly private(one-to-one) lessons are 30, 45 or 60 minutes in length. Group lessons,designed for students at the same level of proficiency who enroll together, areavailable as 30-, 45- or 60-minute ‘partner’ lessons, as well as 60-minutelessons for 3 or 4 students. Single 1- or 2-hour Intensive Lessons forboth individuals and small groups are also available for any singing style.

Group Courses for Beginners
One of the school's most popular courses, Introducing Singing for Adults is designed to takesome of the mystery out of singing, improve your confidence in singing beforean audience and introduce you to the fundamentals of voice training.

Workshops for Intermediate-Advanced Students
The Contemporary Vocal Workshop isdesigned for individuals who want to improve their ability to perform and singcontemporary music with (and in front of) others. The Jazz Vocal Workshop provides an intensive introduction to the range of skills and techniquesrequired to sing in the jazz style. The Musical Theatre Workshop isdesigned for anyone interested in performing in musicals and is an excellentopportunity to develop your vocal abilities, song/audition repertoire anddramatic skills. Aimed at both amateur and professional singers working in anystyle, Performance Techniques for Singers provides participants with an essential toolkit of proven techniques that will help you to get the most outof any audition, recital, amateur or professional performance.

Sight Singing
Designed especially for voice students andchoristers, Sight Singing Made Easy simultaneously developstheir music reading skills and practical sight singing – incorporating suchelements as pitch, tuning, rhythm and solfege (do-re-mi, etc.). It is highly recommended for beginning voice students.

Keywords: Music Centre, Music Classes

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