The Foundations of Singing – What every singer should know
What you’ll learn
You’ll be able to sing with good vocal technique
How to have good resonation
Discover how to articulate well and develop better enunciation
Have a good understanding of Vocal Registers & Placement
Learn about singing vowels & onsets
How to look after your voice
Experience vocal exercises for all voice types and genres
You’ll have a good understanding of how to use your voice, so you can continue to improve after you’ve completed the course.
This course aims to teach the student the very basics, the foundations of singing. Covering all aspects a singer should know whether a beginner or at an advanced level. It helps the student understand their own instrument and how it can be improved. The course includes 17 modules, to be studied one at a time. Also included are foundation vocal exercises to develop the voice.
The Honest Vocal Coach – your teacher for this course, is quite a character.
Georgina has 113,000 subscribers on youtube, and thousands of followers on other platforms too.
Georgina is a highly trained singer and teacher, qualified in performing arts and singing.
Georgina Hill-Brown specialises in teaching children and adults in singing and musical theatre. She has worked with the likes of The Saturdays for MTV, on shows such as Just the Two of Us for the BBC and many more. Throughout her years of teaching she has judged in many competitions, judging Lucy Spraggan, George Samson, Holly Tandy, Birdy, amongst others who have gone onto succeed in the business.
Georgina is the founder of Vocaltutor, (founded 2003) the UK’s largest vocal and singing tuition network and now The New Foundry Studios which opened in 2013.
Georgina has created a fun yet education course, to get teach you all the foundations of singing. Vocal Registers, Breathing, Articulation, Resonance and more.
Who this course is for:
- Beginners – Intermediate Learners
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