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My favorite thing as a child was watching musicals, especially the classic ones. I performed in many musicals when I was younger and absolutely love this style of music.
I teach all styles of music including Opera, Classical, Broadway, Pop, R&B, Gospel, Folk, Jazz, Country and Rock. I work with all levels of students, beginners, intermediate and advanced.
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I have taught singing (all genres, including broadway belting), since 1991 and am available for students of all experience levels, ages 9 - 100!
In your lessons, we will explore breathing for singing; tuning your resonance for belting and being able to adequately project your voice in all ranges; your body alignment; and, performance techniques. You will be given specific breathing and vocal exercises, and then be asked to bring in songs of your choosing that challenge you technically and/or artistically. We will also work on ways to connect with and express the character and subtext of songs.
I can help you prepare for auditions and competitions and can offer you piano practice backtracks (created in Finale), if needed.
My approach is holistic in that I work with your whole person (physical, psychological, emotional) to help you achieve your artistic goals of expression. I use a lot of imagery and engage you in activities designed to help increase your awareness and ...
The voice is the grandest instrument of all instruments. For 20 years, Steven B is one of the best instructors out there. He teaches in students’ homes across the United States as easily as in the Coronado Music Studio. Provide teaching at all stages. All skill levels taught. Complete beginners are welcome. Mr. Bruce intersects methodologies of Bel Canto, Alexander's technique, and the secrets of singing. By the way, Alexander’s technique can bring back to health a damaged speaking voice, as well as keeping the singer’s voice sound and pain free. Broken down, singing involves three areas: mind, technique, and performance. There are many technical concepts to train in singing. From vowel shapes, to understanding consonants, to landing gently on high notes. Great technique leads to great expression. Steven B is skilled in educating a student for an audition or performance. The chief purpose of singing is to bring oneself joy. Prepare to learn a lot and have fun!
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