COMMON VOCAL ISSUES ADDRESSED IN

 

 

COACHING SESSIONS:

MOST BASIC IS SUPPORTING A THIN, STEADY, COMPRESSED COLUMN OF AIR..... OUT OF WHICH COMES:

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Finding a lower center of gravity – especially as pitches ascend!

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Understanding how little breath you actually need to use while singing

Slim and high mask placement

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Balancing your voice FREELY SPINNING IN THE OPEN BACK SPACE is the key

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Never holding and locking your body around it, but supporting it from below!

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Role of the LOWER JAW in accommodating the column of air as one moves through pitches. To elaborate:

The role of the LOWER JAW in positioning (unhooked off its hinge at the sides of your cheekbones) to a back-and-down hanging position, thus FREEING THE TONE, GETTING THE TONGUE OUT OFTHE WAY of the pharynx, while also LIFTING THE SOFT PALATE INTO A BIG YAWN and creating a BIG BACK SPACE

for free richer, more round resonance

Participants report feeling significant progress in each session;

additional sessions build on past progress, which hastens results. 
Each session brings revelations at an increasingly fast and steady pace, as participants hear and feel what it's like to sing with new efficiency, strength and clarity of sound.