The Musical Theatre performer should be able to belt, sing legit, and sing pop, and should be able to do all three really well. There are a few students who are magically gifted at performing these feats. However, most of us must take voice lessons, whether that be online singing lessons or from a local singing instructor, and learn how to sing each facet of musical theatre.
Usually, I use my online voice lessons blog about things that sound somewhat scholarly – usually about topics like “how to sing” or “musical theatre auditions”. I typically use the education my parents paid for and turn those expensive Musical Theatre undergrad and graduate courses into a topic that I think my “Voice Lessons Fort Worth” students and internet readers may benefit from. However, this blog entry is for me! It is my rant.
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So many people seem to search google for “free voice lessons”. As an online voice teacher, my coaching sessions are how I pay my bills and put food on my table. However, my blog entries should be regarded and valued as the best free voice lessons and I should be in the running for best online voice teacher due to these free vocal sessions in the form of blogs and short videos. If you would like a voice lesson, please e-mail me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
There are a lot of bad vocal habits that enter my voice studio doors in Fort Worth. A lot of online singing lessons are devoted to ridding the vocalist of their bad habits. One such habit, is the grovel of the vocal chords.
A common void I have noticed in the Fort Worth singing lessons and the online voice lessons that I teach, is a lack of connection between the text of the song and the vocalist’s emotional performance. As a vocal coach focussing on Musical Theatre styles, I try to get the best performance out of my students.