Becoming a Really Good Singer
Learning to Sing ‘from Scratch’
You can build and broaden your ability to sing with expressive skill in any style of music.
All necessary fundamental voice skills are learned and refined, plus a lot more:
- your voice integrated within your human coordinating systems
- efficient breathflow and efficient vocal soundflow
- efficient vocal ‘sound-shaping’ for full-voice singing (resonance)
- integration of vocal sound shaping with word ‘shaping’ (enunciation)
- health and voice protection
- being in charge of yourself
The ultimate goal is free-flowing, expressive singing—with each and every song—that gets to the core of every song’s ‘soul.’ To do that, vocal coordinations need to happen automatically (with no ‘conscious control,’ or very little).
I work with:
- professional singers
- amateur singers* of any age who want to sing even more skillfully and expressively than they already do
- beginning singers who have never sung very much but want to learn how
- people who have never been able to “carry a tune in a bucket!”
- people who believe they cannot learn to sing
“SINGING IS A PHYSICAL COORDINATION SKILL; NO DIFFERENT FROM LEARNING HOW TO WALK, RIDE A BIKE, OR DRIVE A CAR OR AN 18-WHEELER.
ALMOST EVERY HUMAN BEING** IS CAPABLE OF LEARNING HOW TO SING AND SING VERY WELL.”
* The term refers to people who sing for the love of singing.
** The only exceptions are people who have abnormal vocal anatomy and/or physiology (includes brains) because of an injury or a congenital malformation (estimated 2-5% of human beings).