Vocal / Singing Classes
Skill Level: Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced
Vocal Stars is an exciting, fun filled, versatile and a specifically designed music programme for the ages of 5yrs – adults (in their respective age groups) and is delivered within a small group environment.
Vocal Stars is hosted by Candice Lorrae, who recorded her first R&B single with the ARIA Award winning co-writer and Producer Audius Mtawarira.
Awarded female artist of the year‟ and / Artist of the year‟ presented by John Butler and Narelda Jacobs.
Candice has represented Australia in what is Europe‟s biggest new world song contest larger than Eurovision. This is called the „Crimea Music Fest‟ and was judged by Gloria Gaynor and many other celebrities throughout the world. This show was broadcasted to over 40 million people and was part of Europe‟s MTV.
Group learning is fun, and presents an opportunity for students to attain important values and skills that may not be evident in other music learning environments. Students are more motivated to learn in a social environment, and will tend to stretch further and practice more to ensure they are able to keep up with their peers. The group environment breeds confidence, self-esteem, and develops their social skills.
Students are initially taught the fundamentals of breathing, projection, pronunciation, pitch control and chest/head voice, scales and arpeggios, which can be practiced at home using their “Vocal Trainer CD.” These uniquely designed classes offer students the opportunity for solos, and to further develop their skills for singing in unison, harmony, dynamically, and expressively together, covering a diverse variety of song styles and genres, whilst developing their musical ear,
sense of pitch and tone. Students are shown how to incorporate movement (Choreography) whilst singing, this activity is “SO MUCH FUN!” and allows them to relax, enjoy the experience and perform better, “and is always quite noticeable.
”“The secret is to have fun while singing and everyone knows how to do that! “
Students are encouraged to perform in recitals, which are held at the end of each semester.
Our recitals are traditionally known to be friendly, encouraging, warm and fuzzy and the children especially look forward to this event, this is very important and helps them develop their Performance skills and above all
“A HUGE! CONFIDENCE BOOSTER!”
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These details were last updated on December 17, 2016