FLEX Singing Class Level 2 - Voice Lessons for Pop, Broadway & Beyond!
Elevate your singing skills in Intermediate Voice Lessons! With engaging lessons, practical assignments, and personalized feedback, you'll hone your vocal skills, expand your repertoire, and gain confidence in your abilities.
Hayley Travers Voice/Singing/Piano/Acting Teacher
94 total reviews for this teacher
Completed by 2 learners
year old learners
learners per class
Over 4 weeks
No live meetings
In this intermediate voice lesson class, learners will be taught advanced vocal techniques, explore different vocal styles, develop performance skills and stage presence, and learn about recording and studio techniques. Topics covered will include breath control, vocal placement, resonance, vocal fry, vocal runs, melisma, adapting vocal technique to different styles, engaging with the audience, microphone technique, stage movement, recording equipment, recording software, optimizing vocal...
Advanced Vocal Techniques: Learners will develop advanced vocal techniques, such as vocal fry, vocal runs, and melisma, to further expand their vocal skills and versatility. Vocal Stylistic Adaptation: Learners will learn how to adapt their vocal technique and expression to different vocal styles, such as jazz, pop, rock, classical, etc., to enhance their versatility and adaptability as singers. Performance Skills and Stage Presence: Learners will develop performance skills and stage presence, including engaging with the audience, microphone technique, stage movement, and conveying emotions and nuances of different vocal styles to create a compelling performance. Recording and Studio Techniques: Learners will learn about recording equipment, software, and techniques for recording vocals, optimizing vocal performance in a studio setting, and working with recording professionals to prepare for recording sessions. Application and Practice: Learners will have opportunities to practice and apply the learned techniques through exercises, demonstrations, and recording assignments, and receive feedback for improvement. Confidence and Self-expression: Learners will build confidence in their vocal abilities, express their own unique style, and develop their own artistic interpretation of songs. Collaboration and Interaction: Learners will have opportunities to interact with the instructor and fellow learners through discussion forums or Q&A sessions, fostering a collaborative and supportive learning community. By the end of the class, learners will have a deeper understanding of advanced vocal techniques, be able to adapt their vocal style to different genres, develop performance skills, understand recording and studio techniques, and gain confidence in their own vocal abilities.
The homework for this intermediate voice lesson class will consist of assignments that allow learners to apply and practice the techniques and skills learned in the lessons. Homework assignments may include: Vocal Exercises: Learners may be assigned specific vocal exercises to practice, focusing on breath control, vocal placement, resonance, vocal fry, vocal runs, melisma, and other advanced vocal techniques. Song Interpretation: Learners may be assigned songs from different vocal styles, such as jazz, pop, rock, classical, etc., to interpret and practice adapting their vocal technique and expression to different genres. Performance Practice: Learners may be asked to perform a song of their choice or a designated song, incorporating the performance skills and stage presence techniques learned in class, and record themselves for self-assessment or feedback from the instructor. Recording Assignments: Learners may be given recording assignments to practice recording their vocals using recording equipment and software, optimizing their vocal performance in a studio setting, and submitting their recorded tracks for feedback or evaluation. Discussion Forums: Learners may participate in online discussion forums or group discussions to share their progress, ask questions, and engage with fellow learners in discussing different vocal techniques, performance skills, and recording techniques. The homework assignments will be designed to be light and manageable, allowing learners to practice and reinforce the learned skills at their own pace, while providing opportunities for self-assessment and feedback from the instructor to aid in their skill development.
No live meetings, and an estimated 0 - 1 hours per week outside of class.
Hayley Travers Voice/Singing/Piano/Acting Teacher
New Yorker with a love of Music, Broadway, Singing and Piano!
🇺🇸Lives in the United States
94 total reviews
295 completed classes
Welcome to my online music and acting lessons! My name is Hayley, and I am an experienced online music teacher with a passion for theater, music, and storytelling. As a professional Union actor and graduate of New England Conservatory and...