Musical Theater Vocal Workshop
Musical Theater Vocal Workshop is a voice class like no other! In this performance-based workshop, students will have the opportunity in ten class sessions to pick up to three musical theater solo songs of their choosing, or by recommendation of the instructor, to vocally workshop these songs from the beginning learning stages to being fully vocally and concert performance ready.
Students will learn concepts of singing musical theater from picking the right song that fits their voice, range, and goals, and the different styles and sounds of musical theater singing. Students will work one on one with a university trained vocal instructor in a masterclass setting to workshop their songs through vocal technique. At every class session, each student will have the opportunity to perform their songs live with an accompanist for the class. Students will have the opportunity to privately coach with both the voice instructor and accompanist during the class sessions. This is a judgment-free and relaxed environment where our students are welcomed to grow into their performances.
The workshop will culminate with two 'Songs of Broadway' concerts to showcase each student’s newfound vocal technique, confidence, and poise. This class is open to all students from beginning voice students to musical theater professionals. Come join the fun, and learn how to bring your best vocal performance to the Musical Theater stage!
DATES: 10 Tuesdays: October 16 - December 18, 2018
TIME: 6:00 - 8:30pm
LOCATION: San Luis Obispo Campus Room 7104
INSTRUCTOR: Chad Ruyle
QUESTIONS: Contact instructor at firstname.lastname@example.org
Please watch the instructor, Chad Ruyle, explain the context of Musical Theater Vocal Workshop.
Enjoy a previous student, Kathryn Taylor performing ‘Arthur in The Afternoon’ from And The World Goes Round at our last Songs of Broadway concert:
Enjoy a previous student, Christine Grace Recalde performing ‘So Anyway’ from Next to Normal
The students from the Musical Theater Vocal Workshop performing ‘Put On A Happy Face’ from Bye, Bye Birdie