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Speaks For purposes of singing: French, Italian, German
Bachelor of Fine Arts, Theater/Voice from University of Kansas
Teaching since 2003
Acting students will receive instruction customized for their individual needs and skill level, drawing on a variety of techniques, including Linklater (physical and vocal work), Stanislavski, Meisner, and Grotowski, Shurtleff, among others. Students can work privately on audition skills, including monologues and cold reading, as well as scene work, character building and basic principles of acting. The first step to great acting is a free body and voice, allowing full expression of of emotional life of the character!
I've been teaching private vocal instruction since 2003, and opened my own studio in 2008. I love helping people find their true, authentic voice, which I feel is essential not only for singers but many other people as well! Singing is a great joy, and the voice is one of our primary modes of expre
Speaks English, Music, Gujarati, French
Awarded 2004 Excellence in Performing Arts or Literature from FEZANA
Bachelor of Music (BM) from Eastman School of Music
A greater emphasis placed on breath control, diction, and vocal production with regards to choral performance.
Music Director of the Chicago Philharmonia Orchestra since 1985, Farobag has also served as Managing Director of the University of Chicago Performing Artists Series from 1989 through 2002 and principal conductor of its resident professional ensembles. A skilled interpreter of Baroque literature as
Speaks French, German, Italian, Spanish
Awarded Concerto Competition Finalist from MasterWorks Festival
Teaching since 2013
I teach singers of all genres (country, classical, jazz, pop, bluegrass, rock…) to sing with confidence and freedom!
I have a M.M. in vocal performance from the Chicago College of Performing Arts and have extensive vocal training. I teach an open throat technique (appoggio) that allows the singer to sing with freedom, and access their entire range evenly. I also work with students to develop style, interpretation, languages, and acting ability. I have extensive stage experience and teach my students how to have confidence while portraying a character on stage.
I have extensively studied vocal performance for many years and continue to add to my own technique. I have a Master of Vocal Performance Degree from the Chicago College of Performing Arts. I have a Bachelor of Science Degree in Biology, where I extensively studied the anatomy of the voice. I am th
Teaching since 2006
Awarded 2018 Gilda Award Recipient from Kresge Arts Detroit in collaboration with The Kresge Foundation
Bachelor of Fine Arts (Dance Theatre Performance & Business) from Marygrove College
Everyone is uniquely different with special goals, ways of learning, and ideas in mind. I find pride in quickly learning what each of my students are looking for and leading the way to their own personal victories, no matter how big or small! I teach a number of styles including, but not limited to, Ballet, Modern, Jazz, Contemporary/Lyrical, Hip Hop/Street Jazz/Jazz Funk, Turns, Leaps & Jumps and more. Although I possess over 10 years of teaching experience, I find myself learning something new with nearly every student I encounter. Every student is a new opportunity for me to inspire AND be inspired.
The general structure of my classes are similar. Thorough warm up, which would include exercises, drills and foundational practices from the Ballet, Modern and Jazz genres, stretching, strengthening and conditioning sequences and finally execution of concepts directly related to the style I might be teaching sum them up well. In the end, my goal is for my students to leave feeling ...
I am a Multi-Award Winning Dancer, Teacher & Choreographer with a passion for advancing the dance art form as a whole!!! I perform, teach and choreograph numerous styles and subjects in dance including, but not limited to, - Ballet (Vaganova) - Hip Hop/Street Jazz/ Jazz Funk - Jazz - Mod
I love your choreo so much! You bring out the best in everyone especially ME 😉. Your turns, leaps and jumps are sooo beautiful. I always look forward to you coming to do new pieces or master classes at my studio. Hope to see you soon
Love you Mr. B 💞💖💗
Speaks English, Arabic
Teaches students 18 to 50
Teaching since 2018
Khuloud A.Book Now
If you are a serious actor and wants to know how to let casting directors, producers, show-runners etc know you exist?!
Then it’s your time to learn about the business of acting with me.
I’ll help you:
- Set clear goals for yourself
- Find the right Agent or Manager for you
- How to get connected with people in the film industry
Always remember: “Preparation is the key to success”.
Hi 👋 My name is Khuloud and I will be your Mentor. I started acting in 2010 as a theater actor🎭, then switched to Film & TV in 2016. I booked big commercials and worked on Feature films, short films, independent films, and the list goes on. I was a struggling actor as well I didn’t know anyone i
Speaks Spanish, French, English
Bachelor of Fine Arts- Dance from Purchase Conservatory of Dance
Teaching since 2012
Charisma G.Book Now
Inspirations from my training in Horton, Graham, & Contemporary Modern Techniques
How are you! Some of you may have seen me on the Netflix show Russian Doll! Well when I’m not acting, I’m dancing and teaching ! I’d love to share my knowledge with you :). I trained at Alvin Ailey, Professional Performing Arts high school in Times Square, and graduated with my BFA from Purchase Co
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