What is vocal mastery?
It’s a mix of art, science and practice…with a little sprinkle of magic!
The vocal tract is a wonderful piece of machinery- originally designed to protect our lungs and keep us alive but evolved over millennia to become a complex and beautiful instrument.
As a voice artist, your instrument is your most valuable resource. It’s a great feeling when it’s playing well but we are all human and human beings have wobbly bits and wobbly moments!
Each voice is unique but all voices have a treasure chest of potential to discover and explore.
Are you starting out in your VO career and just finding your voice? Are you experienced in VO and want to explore what your voice is capable of? Have you had problems with your voice or are you having difficulty with vocal fatigue, discomfort or getting your tone just right?
You are in the right place!
Karen Esposito, a qualified and experienced speech and language therapist, vocal coach and fellow voice artist, will guide you through the TREASURE method-each workshop packed with priceless gems.
WHAT YOU'LL LEARN
How your voice works
How to take care of your instrument
How to deal with any vocal problems and future proof your voice
How to safely explore your true potential and range
How the secret is to NEVER stop exploring and learning about your voice
Please note that if you have bought the Participants or the Watchers package, you will still need to sign in for the course, you still have to book in to your session. Click Book Now and under payment type choose GOLD membership. If you are not a Gold subscriber, please choose 'Pay For This Session'.
Vocal Mastery 1
8th March 2023: 6pm - 9pm (UK)
In this intensive, interactive 3 hour workshop, we’ll cover the first 3 gems in our TREASURE chest.
We will cover the theory behind the techniques and paid participants will all have a chance to put theory into practise during the session.
Take care: An introduction into how the body produces voice and how best to take care of it (vocal health)
Respiration: Breathing-sound easy, but how do we do it? Why is it important for voice? How do we control it? Practical techniques to improve breathing control, coordination and support.
Escape: set yourself free from unhelpful tension! Work on relaxation of excess tension or constriction in the body, focusing particularly on shoulders, neck, face, mouth and larynx (voice box) to free your voice and deal with the effects of nerves and performance anxiety.
Learn why this matters and the effects it can have on your sound and performance.
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