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What we cover:


- ABRSM exams (Grade 1-8), Trinity exams (ATCL and LTCL) materials 

- Pop Singing Song

What we learn:

- Easy approach to fundamental vocal technique

- Interpretation of different musical styles

- Diction skills for different languages

- Confident and pleasant stage presentation




V O I C E   L E S S O N

" T E C H N I Q U E "

Quote Mr. Maitland Peters, chariman of Voice department of Manhattan School of Music for more than 20 years, whom I have studied with for a good 4 years in New York , from an article about Pavarotti's glories High C's - "it’s based on the human cry,”  "the chest voice, the strongest source of sound, and the head voice, where the sound vibrates in the head’s cavities, must be perfectly balanced. The base of the tongue, the jaw, the larynx must all lie in just the right position, unrestricted by tension."  - That sort of briefly explained how a healthy voice should be produced, a perfect blend of chest and head voice with a tension free mechanism. The theory is simple and easy, every singer knows it well, but not every one of them can execute it.


Singing is a highly multitasking sports, you have to manage your body, direct your voice, and deliver the text at the same time, and sometimes, well, most of the time, you will find it impossible to accomplish everything at the same time. In my theory, delivery of text is the most important part of singing, as what differentiates singing from instrumental music is, the text. However, in order to really put yourself in the song and have the story told, you have to physically master the song; you have to feel extremely comfortable while singing every phrase, every note, without worrying anything about the technical issues. Therefore, before the most important thing - delivery of text, a good technique, thus trouble-free singing is what you need,  and that is what I am going to introduce to you.

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