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If you are taking singing lessons in Cleveland, there are a number of ways to find inspiration around town. Whether you want to sing in front of a crowd or enjoy one of Cleveland’s festivals, the city has many different locations to find musical stimulation. If you don’t like crowds, there are plenty of other ways to get inspired by live music. Keep an open mind and you will soon find the right supplement for your singing lessons in Cleveland’s diverse musical scene.
Music and Dining
One of the best ways to be inspired is to actually get out and hear other singers in a live setting. Cleveland has a wealth of restaurants that invite live entertainment to the stage on a regular basis. Places like House of Blues Cleveland frequently have live music, so you can make dinner and live entertainment a regular part of your schedule. Make sure to check in once a month or so to get an idea of who is playing and singing at which restaurants so you can get a wide range of styles.
Here are a few of Cleveland's most prominent places.
Live Music Scene
If you prefer to talk over dinner, Cleveland has a fantastic live music scene that you can enjoy without trying to multi-task. With a large number of venues, you will have your choice of style, genre, and time to choose from. If you really like something you hear, you can always see about working it into your music lessons. http://www.thisiscleveland.com/things-to-do/nightlife/music-venues/
This Is Cleveland is a great resource for music lovers new to the city’s theatre scene. Find out all the information you need about current plays and performances and happening in Cleveland. http://www.thisiscleveland.com/events/?e_ViewBy=search&e_submit=1&e_sortBy=eventDate&e_pagesize=25&e_catID=77&e_sDate=&e_eDate=&e_keyword=&e_submitBtn=Search
Practice While listening to music is a great way to be inspired, it isn’t quite the same as actually getting up there and singing yourself. Are you ready to put your singing lessons in Cleveland to the test? Look for Open Mic opportunities and showcase your talent! http://www.openmiccleveland.com/
Or if you prefer something a little more informal, there are a number of locations that offer karaoke once a week or once a month. If you are comfortable getting up and singing in front of others, this could help you get some real world experience outside of your lessons.
While simply taking singing lessons in Cleveland is be rewarding, it’s always beneficial to find something to supplement the experience. As you try to work out what kind of music inspires you the most, spend some time listening to live music. When you feel ready, you can get practice at one of Cleveland’s many karaoke or open mic nights. Good luck, and have fun!
I make singing fun. I start out with exercising the voice through a variety of scales. I teach the breathing method in singing, how to pronounce words correctly through training in diction, how to form the mouth properly to get the best quality sound from the voice, and performance and gesture movements.
I also teach, piano and organ, along with theory
Your singing lessons will be fun! I will teach you with a great classical technique, that will enable you to sing correctly throughout your lifetime.
If you are a special needs student, please ask for more information.
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My teaching method is very practical and customized to every individual. I do not believe that you can use the same style with every student because everyone learns differently. With any instrument I teach, I usually approach things from a three-part method, technique, theory, and application.
Examples of technique for vocal performance:
Beginners : resetting the body and preparing it for singing, proper breathing technique, vocal warmups, etc.
Advanced: vocal warmup routine / stretching, how to achieve dynamic range, extend your range, control and power, pitch control
Examples of theory for vocal performance:
Beginners: relating notes you are hitting with your voice to a guitar or piano; intermediate ear training.
Advanced: how to find harmony, key building, study of how vocal lines relate to chord patterns, improvisational technique.
Application instruction for vocal performance:
Beginner: singing songs by the student's favorite artist.
I have studied classical voice for four years at the Eastern Kentucky University school of music. Performed in many traveling Off-Broadway performances, as well as have performed professionally as a studio musician in recording studios.
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