I teach the bel canto method of voice that I learned in preparation for my professional opera and legit musical theater career. This technique creates an ease and freedom of production that makes the voice more flexible and naturally resonant. As a performer, I relied on this singing technique to maintain my vocal health while singing eight performances a week in large theaters, and to make my voice carry clearly over the massive sound of an opera orchestra.
Other coaches and teachers are better than I am at teaching you a new song or helping you first enter the world of singing. If you would like to take your singing experience to the next level by discovering the natural beauty of your voice, and overcome difficulties like these:
--difficulty with higher or lower notes
--becoming hoarse after singing
then we could probably make a lot of progress by working together.
World premier of a theatrical re-telling of the life of RLS. Music by Stephen Tosh.
Martin Bernheimer, LA Times: "David Dunlap provides sympathetic counterforce as a George whose common sense and dignity are always undermined by a hint of desperation, and he illuminates the vocal line with an uncommonly flexible, poised lyric baritone."
Sang principal roles in productions of Hamlet, Rigoletto, Manon Lescaut, La Traviata, Andrea Chenier and Faust.
Opera News: "A quite astonishingly inspired and professional opera company has appeared improbably in these days of financial crisis, and in an improbable place, the top of lovely Carmel Valley."
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