Voice Lessons NEW!
**New Session Begins March 6, 2018**
Group Lessons: Singing Outside the Shower; the Basics of Singing
This group class is intended to demystify the singing voice, and encourage singers to produce sound without self-consciousness. Time will be spent reviewing singing basics: the importance of proper breathing, vocal placement, exercises as a means of understanding vocal physiology, articulation, repertoire interpretation, and performance. In addition to traditional vocal "warm-ups," we will engage in playful, group vocal games. Students are never put on the spot to solo; exercises and vocal games are executed in pairs or as a larger group. Part of the class will be devoted to singing your favorite songs in groups, duets, or solos, so bring a couple songs (with piano chords) of your choice! A minimum of 3 students and a maximum of 12 students will be allowed per session.
Session: April 3 & 17, 2018
Day & Time: Every first and third Tuesday of the month, 3-5 p.m.
Ages: Open to all ages, 12+
Fee: Members & Community $60
Individual and Duet Lessons
Take some one-on-one time to get comfortable with your voice, learn more about
vocal technique and musical styles through private voice instruction. Lessons happen on the second and fourth Tuesday of the month from 3-5 p.m.
<$25 (per person)/45 minutes>
Register at the Landing Y front desk or call (207) 844-2801.
MEET YOUR INSTRUCTOR
Kathy hails from NYC and Baltimore, where she has trained and performed in various plays and musicals. She holds a BA degree in Theater/Speech and a minor in Voice from Ithaca College, and a Master's from University of Maine Orono. She works with all kinds of vocal repertoire, having been trained in both classical and contemporary, non-classical styles of singing, including musical theater, jazz, blues, bluegrass, country, rock, and gospel. She has studied with the Ithaca College Vocal Department, Frederick Petrich from the Peabody Conservatory, Jutta Rose form the American Opera Company, and Jeanette Lovetri, founder of Somatic Voice work. She is fully certified to teach Ms. Lovetri's Contemporary Commercial Music. Since 1985, when Kathy moved to Maine, she has been singing in a variety of groups from the acoustic group Little Debbie and the Snack Cakes, to the acapella group Improvox, to the cabaret group Bad Girls. She is also a current member of the National Association for Teachers of Singing and Actors' Equity.