How to sing in tune - Tone deaf?
A person with so called 'tone deafness' only thinks they can't hear the pitch of the notes. In actual fact their only problem is that they just don't know how it feels to be in tune, so don't know whether they have hit the right note or not.
I know how to approach this problem and help you feel when you are in tune.
It is easy to sing higher than you would have thought possible by removing all tension from your throat.
It is important to be able to project your voice to fill the biggest venues. A more powerful voice will sound better when amplified and grab your audience’s attention.
Singing is a great way of building confidence. You’ll be surprised at how quickly you are able to sing in front of an audience in a relaxed and confident way.
IMPROVE YOUR RANGE
With the correct technique it is easy to smoothly sing over a range of at least three octaves, whilst retaining the beauty and individuality of your voice.
Using the correct technique I will work with you to ensure you are able to perform as frequently, and for as long as you like. Caring for your voice ensures your career won’t be cut short unnecessarily.
- I teach from home (or a fixed venue)
- I travel to students
HOW LONG: 50 Minutes