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Teaches students 7 and up
MUSIC AND VOICE from LOS ANGELES TRADE TECHNICAL COLLEGE
Learn proper breathing for singers, Vocal exercises for pitch control, Increasing vocal range, learning types of singing including head tone, chest tone, and belting. How to hear harmony notes, How to work with fellow singers/musicians.
TinGle is an instructor who gets you RESULTS...She had a #1 HIT on MP3.COM Radio called "Your My Man" in early 2000s. She's A PRO SINGER THAT TEACHES YOU TO BE PRO...whether to become a SUPERSTAR or JUST TO SING THE BEST IN YOUR THEATER MUSICAL, OR WEDDING.. God's TinGle CAN help you reach your G
Teaches students 15 and up
Teaching since 2000
Debbon A.Book Now
I am a working actor and love the craft of acting. Everything about it. My respect and enthusiasm will be the hallmarks of my lessons. I find acting a deeply gratifying look at authentic behavior of ourselves and the world around us. I teach thru a basic Meisner approach with actual on-set and on-stage experience, all the tips of the trade, for working and booking. Coaching is also available.
I am a working actor, writer, producer in both Los Angeles and New York. In a lesson we will work with both scene study and monologues, of your choice or ones we find together. We will begin by breaking down the scene or monologue and personalizing it so the lines resonate from you experience and a
Dance Performance - BA from The Ohio State University
Teaches students 12 to 70
Awarded Rising Star First Place Middle Eastern Dancer from Personal Best Middle Eastern Dance Competition
Elianae S.Book Now
I am a lifelong dancer with a BA and MA in Dance and Movement! I teach adults, which makes me unique! I teach Egyptian style Bellydance, adult Ballet, and Yoga and Barre. I am an award-winning dancer, and I specialize in lessons and performances for special events.
Past events have included corporate retreats or classes, lessons at your home or event space or my studio for a women's night out, party, wedding, or special event, or lessons where you need person attention with a choreography! I have over 30 years dance experience, and would love to teach you or help you plan a fun dance or yoga event!
Welcome! Thanks for checking out my dance lessons! I am passionate about movement, so passionate that I pursue it as a career and as an Academic! I believe everyone has potential, and that trying something new and learning is a lifelong process. My name is Elianae, and I specialize in Raqs Sharqi
Speaks English, Music, Gujarati, French
Bachelor of Music (BM) from Eastman School of Music
Awarded 2004 Excellence in Performing Arts or Literature from FEZANA
An emphasis on diction and vocal production to help create the desired effect.
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
Teaches Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced
Teaching since 1980
Drama major, music minor, dance minor from San Jose State University
Dennis J.Book Now
I teach all kinds of acting, and have for over 40 years, but I specialize in stage acting, on-camera acting, acting for the face, voice acting, comedic acting, physical acting, improv, script analysis, monologues, audition prep, audition videos and voice over auditions.
For Voice Acting, we'll cover the various elements including: pitch; loudness; speed; rhythm; tone; prosody; variables and variations; character elements; use of dramatic and comedic pauses; emotion; enunciation; emphasis; pace; intervals; nasal continuents; u-glide; musicality; timing, and more.
We'll study mic technique, what to do and what to avoid. We'll study how to prepare your script, including identifying and using key words, and script shorthand. We'll explore what to expect in the studio, how to work with a producer, how to work with a sound engineer, and how to work with other voice actors.
We'll apply the elements of Voice Acting to the study of voice artistry, video game voiceovers, commercial ...
A professional director, producer, actor, writer, improvisation artist, and musician, Mr. Johnson has headed entertainment production companies as executive director and artistic director, co-creating original interactive events. Mr. Johnson studied dance with Martha Graham, Jose Limon, Carlton Joh
Teaching since 2021
Teaches Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced
Teaches students 5 and up
Aaron C.Book Now
Always wanted to write a TV or Film script? Learn the nuances and intricacies of screen writing, focusing in the beginner/intermediate student range. Whether you have a script you've been working on for a while, or are starting comeplete fresh, I will help you tell the story you want to tell, create rich and compelling characters, and amplify your voice and style. If that sounds good to you, let's get started!
I am a screenwriter with a focus on character and story. Those looking for in-depth feedback on their scripts on a multitude aspects ranging from pacing, dialogue and structure. I will read your script and then work with you on a call to help you, as well and giving tips and tricks to strengthen
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