Make the Song your OWN!

New class, online of course, being offered on Tuesday evenings beginning October 6 (we will skip Election Day). Read all about it, and sign up before the last 3 spaces are taken…

Make the Song your Own

A voice class on Zoom.

8 weeks, Tuesday evenings 7-8:30pm (Eastern) starting October 6 (no class November 3).

$300.  8 folks maximum—only 3 spaces left!

Make your version of a song sound believable, as if you wrote it yourself.  You will learn to make the phrasing, dynamics, timing and other important factors in a magical, musical performance.  And of course, you will learn to expand your range, sing more clearly and beautifully and feel confident you are keeping your voice healthy.

Taught by Elizabeth Anker, who sings, plays piano, and writes arrangements for her choir.  Liz believes folks thrive when given permission to be their best musical selves.

Each class will include group warm ups during which the class will be muted.  Students will receive coaching on their songs (a cappella) many of the 8 weeks, and benefit from observing their classmates improve as well as experiencing their own solo time.  There will be exercises to do in and out of class.

In past classes, one person worked on one song the entire time (finding and choosing verses of John Henry); another wrote some of her own verses to Leonard Cohen’s “Hallelujah”.  You may choose a few songs to work on, but the purpose of this class is to go deep with one or two songs.   All styles and songwriters are welcome!  

More information/contact the teacher at http://www.ElizabethAnker.com

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