Master’s Classes are a great way for anyone to learn from local and out-of-state music professionals who are leaders in music education, music therapy, performance, and music business. You don’t have to be a student!
You can choose to perform one minute of a selected song at a master’s class and receive feedback from your teacher, the guest speaker, and peers. Or you can sit in for the guest speaker only as an observer. Please use a second device if singing to play your backing track.
These classes are held over Zoom once a month. The ID number is 7996798089.
Cost for attendance:
25 full the hour (if performing only)
15 for the first half-hour (If watching only the guest speaker)
Master’s classes will resume in Fall 2021. Keep checking back to get the latest news and Eventbrite link to purchase tickets.
A Preview of Our Master’s Class Setup
Taking Lessons in the Summer: 5 Reasons why it’s important to keep up your music skills after school lets out
Summer hits and schedules get crazy. It can be tempting to take a break from music lessons for the summer, after all-school’s out, right? While it may seem like this makes sense, let’s talk about the benefits of sticking with lessons throughout the summer and how...
Learn what you need to know to excel in broadway musical dance auditions. Date And Time Sun, May 16, 2021 12:00 PM – 1:00 PM EDT Do you want to better understand what dance moves you will need for community theater and school musical auditions? Join Doraymi and Diane...
Do you want to learn how to modify your vowels for singing? Today I’m going to be teaching you four tips on how to modify your vowels to successfully sing higher and lower notes, for pop and classical singing, and to fix different problems with your singing voice....
Do you want to learn what it takes to perform and get feedback from people who have done it? Join us for our first monthly zoom masters class on April 18 at 12pm. Our guest speakers will be Cherisse and Cherissia Williams-who have performed with opera houses around...
Many students struggle with the application of their skills after doing warmups or learning notes. Here are some ways you can apply your new skills to learn that killer vocal or piano repertoire: Flash cards: choose notes from the song to make flash cards with. This...
Monday – Thursday: Extended Lesson Times