Learn To Sing Like A Pro: Voice & Performance Technique for the Aspiring Singer
Melanie Leibner Perkins, M.M. Musical Theatre
In this beginning singing lesson club, train in voice technique for your favorite pop, Disney, and musical songs. Learn the vocal technique of the week and sing solo for personalized feedback to increase power, range, and confidence!
NOTE: You can also check out my other class VOICE & PERFORMANCE TECHNIQUE II for all levels at ages 10-15! Ages 10-12 are welcome in either VOICE I or II! In this ongoing voice lesson class students will learn the FUNdamentals of singing and how their voice works - including how to breathe properly, how to place the voice, and how to navigate through their vocal registers. Students will learn about chest voice, mix, and head voice and how to sing through and connect their vocal registers with...
Students will develop a strong vocal and performance technique and expand their repertoire of songs so they can become the performer they want to be. They will also gain confidence from singing weekly and build their toolbox of tools so they can sing and perform any song armed with the knowledge they learn in class!
Melanie Leibner Perkins holds her Masters in Musical Theatre from Boston Conservatory and BA from University of Pennsylvania. She is an adjunct faculty member at Nova Southeastern University and runs Perkins Performance Studio where she has taught hundreds of students to sing to their full potential. Students have gone on to perform internationally and star in national tours as well as study at NYU, Boston Conservatory, PACE, Elon, Shenandoah, Penn State, and more. She has distinguished herself as an actress, singer, director, and teacher with her work in theatres in Philadelphia, Boston, and South Florida. As an instructor, Melanie has taught for over 20 years, teaching voice, acting, audition prep, monologue, scene study, and improv to students aged 4-74!
Homework OfferedStudents may be sent video, audio files, or pdfs with exercises they can utilize at home. Students can choose to use these on their own for personal growth - no graded or formal assignments. Students should ideally practice for a minimum of 20 minutes 4 times a week. You get what you put in. Everyone has different time constraints so this is just a suggestion for ideal practice.
0 - 1 hours per week outside of class
Assessments OfferedLearners will be assessed by the teacher and given feedback in class or through messages.
Learners will not need to use any apps or websites beyond the standard Outschool tools.
Meet the teacher
Hi! My name is Melanie Leibner Perkins. I am a voice and acting coach and professor who has spent 20 spent years honing my craft on and off the stage and mastering how to impart my knowledge to others. I earned my Masters in Musical Theatre from...
1x per week
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Live video meetings
3-8 learners per class