I got a scam e-mail this past week from “Jeffrey Meyers” in “Canada” wanting Fort Worth voice lessons for his daughter. If you receive an e-mail from firstname.lastname@example.org know that it is indeed a scam.
by Fort Worth Voice (D’Lytha Myers) Google+ Google+ It has been a while since I posted my series of blogs and videos discussing Musical Theatre auditions. I just thought I would write a quick note and revisit some posts, videos, and other fun links. Please click on the following links…
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.
SKYPE Lessons – You can now have the freedom to continue voice lessons this summer, no matter where you go!
4 (thirty minute) lessons are discounted! You pay only $120 for the month! That’s $5 off each lesson! *If you cannot make all four lessons, D’Lytha will try to reschedule with you – but her schedule is filling up quickly. These lessons are only good for the month you buy & they do not transfer.
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.
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.
As a singing teacher, I work with my voice students on their audition books. (I have already mentioned needing a binder and matte sheet protectors in another “Fort Worth voice lesson” blog entry.) One of the keys to having a successful Musical Theatre audition book, is having clearly marked cuts of your Broadway songs. If you do not have an online vocal coach or music instructor in your local area that you are working with, you can follow the advice in this blog entry and create your own unique Broadway songbook.
Want to know how to sing “Let it Go” from Frozen with alternate notes (lower notes) that are easier to sing then the high notes Idina Menzel has in her vocal range? I have made a series of videos that give you an option to sing a slightly different melody…
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.
I have had several inquiries about how the Online Singing Lessons work. For your Musical Theatre Vocal Coaching session, you should first contact D’Lytha either via e-mail at email@example.com or text/call at 817-455-3408. This first contact will establish the day and time you will have your lesson.