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You will begin by learning to:


  • Find your voice and vocal range

  • Get used to the sound of your own tone

  • Understand how the voice resonates in the body.

  • Begin with good posture and muscle relaxation for singing

  • Feel and use the different parts of the voice (or parts of your vocal register)

  • Do simple ear training techniques to test tuning and pitch

  • Do breathing exercises to locate and engage the diaphragm, lungs and abdominal muscles

  • Do vocal warmups to prepare the voice to sing as a beginner.

  • Build a good, healthy foundation in singing from the beginning therefore avoiding bad habits

  • Start singing your favourite songs





 You will learn to:


  • Use good breath work and sustainability

  • Expand your vocal range to its full potential.

  • Use the different parts of the voice (or vocal register) and to “Blend” or transition between them with ease.

  • Avoid vocal “cracking”

  • Strengthen the individual parts of the voice or vocal register.

  • Recover from strain or bad habits you may have developed in the past.

  • Use the face, Jaw, mouth and expression to create a clearer sound and better articulation and diction

  • Learn how to project the voice

  • Work with your own tone, range and style and develop your individual sound.

  • Find songs that suits your voice and learning how to make other songs your own.





You will learn to:


  • Use the full range of your vocal capability

  • Use dynamics when singing 

  • Create texture and emotion in the voice while singing

  • Use and play with advanced techniques such as vibrato, Falsetto, belting, Back phrasing, dialect, runs, etc.

  • Learn exercises to recover from fatigue and strain

  • Learn to engage body language and emotional expression to enhance performance

  • Use advanced breath support and breath work.


Advanced singers can also learn to:


  • Use harmonies

  • Build confidence with improvisation

  • Build song writing skills

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