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This course will briefly review the very basics of sight singing (musical alphabet, note names on the lines and spaces of the staff, and solfege syllables (do re mi fa sol la ti do). We will expand upon this by introducing basic rhythms as well as new key signatures. This class is a lecture style with slides, as well as class participation (students will be asked to read examples and there is a lot of question and answers). There will be an informal "quiz" at the end of class to ensure that...
Students will be able to read basic sight singing examples by understanding the pitches, rhythms, and how to place them in their voice. Although this is level 1, it is still a beginner course in sight reading. Students should come prepared knowing the names of the lines and spaces on the staff. If students are absolute beginners, they can take the "Introduction to sight singing" course, or any other course that will familiarize them with those concepts prior to attending this class.
19 years teaching choir, music theory, sight singing, and musical theatre in a performing arts high school; undergraduate degree in music eduction from NYU; masters of the arts in teaching from City University of New York, Lehman College; member New York State School Music Association; member American Choral Directors Association; member National Music Educators Association
While there is no formal homework, students should understand that sight singing requires practice. They will acquire the skills necessary to read beginner level music and with practice will strengthen their sight singing skills.
Students will be assessed at the end of class by reading exercises that combine all of the elements we have learned in class. This is an informal assessment and is simply to ensure that each learner has left with the skills necessary to begin their journey in reading music!
40 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
MAT; NYC Music Educator, Singer, Musical Theatre performer here to help you become a stronger performer!
🇺🇸Lives in the United States
4 completed classes
Hello! My name is Lisa and I am a voice teacher at a performing arts high school in New York City. I hold an undergraduate degree in Music Education with a concentration in Musical Theatre Voice from New York University, and a Masters of the Arts...