The Singer's Laboratory
~A refreshing gathering of artists in heart, spirit, mind, and song~
You are invited to come and be invigorated by the bond of singing, the strength of sharing, the focus of mindfulness, the excitement of musical exploration and discovery, and the enrichment of togetherness with those of like mind -- all while creating beautiful art in song!
What to Expect:
Principles of Focused Self Care
Learning How Singing Fosters Introspection, Thoughtful Listening, and Self Reflection
Purity of Intention and Awareness: What does MUSIC have to do with it?
Critical Principles of Vocal Technique: Resonance, Placement, Breathing, Support/Resistance and Strength in a Relaxed Physical Frame
Increasing Skill: Vocal Agility, Ear for Harmony, Intonation, Stamina, Control, Blending in Ensemble
Embracing Your Own Voice and Vocal Color
A Recording of Singing Sessions
An Outing of Caroling or Singing for our Beloved Retirement Community
... and much more! Join us to find out!!
Saturdays in October and November
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To build a community
of vocal artists who
who are enriched
by and in tune to the
world around them,
and who are aware
of the great opportunity
for growth through
this powerful medium
Bringing singers together to practice mindfulness, purity of intention, self care, confidence, and balance -- all culminated in the inner strength and beauty to create the most impactful music.
A Comprehensive Vocal Workshop for Young Singers
Who would like to:
Find and Embrace Their Own True
Sing With a Group, Learn Harmony
& Music Theory
Develop Critical Vocal Technique
Learn Different Styles of Music
Make New Friends
Sing in Italian and Learn to Sight-Read
Conquer Stage-Fright and Inspire Others
Add Movement and Acting to
Their Vocal Skills
Participate in An Outing of Caroling or Singing for our Beloved Retirement Community
Le Voicery for the
The Singer's Laboratory
Our goal is to “foster development of the whole person as we explore the art of the voice”. We will begin by learning vocal technique, sight-reading, and how to blend our voices. From there we will explore various genres of vocal music, and how to perform them well. We will also incorporate movement, speaking, and stage presence. At the end of the workshop, each student will have learned one classical song in Italian, a show tune, a jazz piece, and one ensemble piece. Some major goals of the workshop will be to encourage the students to use music as a means for growing as a person and an artist; expressing the genuine “self”; defeating stage fright; developing articulation and posture; and being an inspiration and a gift to others, and in turn, to themselves. We’ll record parts of the camp sessions for parents to get a peek inside of the fun!