Students perform live to improve their performance skills. By performing in front of a crowd it allows them to engage with their audience and use their talents to entertain their friends and family. Practicing techniques allows for growth, and a live performance is often the perfect challenge to utilize good vocal techniques. Intonation, pitch, volume, and other exercises are used to strengthen a targeted vocal response or skill. Students can expect to expand these skills and add new ones to their repertoire to make their performance compelling and believable.
At SingOut school, we pride ourselves in growing our students to their full potential. Practical exercises are personally tailored to each student’s singing level. Using scales, moderation of timbre, control of vibrato and feedback are highlighted in SingOut’s curriculum. Our singers learn to develop clear vowels, dynamic control, a wide range of pitches, the ability to move, and maximized resonance. It takes time to build these abilities, and it takes time for a voice to mature. Our aim is to build confidence and effortlessness in your chosen musical field to develop technique and give students a wide range of tools to access when performing musically.
Posted on Tue, August 12, 2014
by Maria Pellicano filed under