The Adult Singer

21st Century Singing

Susan’s philosophy is simple. Learn how to break your bad vocal habits and find out what’s standing in the way of getting the singing voice you always wanted. Then develop your vocal technique to its fullest. Next, obtain performance skills and confidence.

Because you learn how to sing and not what to sing, 21st Century Singing can be applied to any type of music; Broadway, Country, Rock, Jazz, Pop, Contemporary, R&B and classical! Learn how to control your voice and make the sounds you want without unnecessary strain.

21st Century Singing is for children and adults; amateurs and professionals. Whether you are learning to sing for your own pleasure, or in a band working 5 nights a week, 21st Century Singing can help you.

Do You Want To Hit Unbelievable High Notes?

Do You Want A Voice With Power And Loudness?

Do You Want To Be Able To Do All Of That As Easily As You Hum?

Small group, workshops and private lessons available.

For more information please contact the studio at 519-633-7556.

Online lessons are available. High speed internet and a webcam with microphone are needed.

THE PROFESSIONAL SINGER

If singing is your business, then consider becoming a vocal athlete.

There is a right way and a wrong way to make extreme vocal sounds. Minimize the potential for vocal damage. If the voice is your instrument of choice, you should seriously consider becoming a vocal athlete.

If you are good at what you do then getting in shape shouldn’t take long!

Check out beemusicstudios at www.soundcloud.com for FREE vocal exercises!!

(Teacher/coach Susan has 25 years performing/gigging experience. Over 20 years training in the latest voice methods from around the world for contemporary voice. Susan’s method is based on proven Bel Canto and Speech Level Singing Techniques, as well as components of Estill Voice Technique).

Leave a comment!

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

You may use these HTML tags and attributes: <a href="" title=""> <abbr title=""> <acronym title=""> <b> <blockquote cite=""> <cite> <code> <del datetime=""> <em> <i> <q cite=""> <strike> <strong>