Vocal Musicianship Course Description
Instructor - Anthony Soto
Telephone - 209-603-0980
Email – firstname.lastname@example.org
A study of harmonic practice applied to the Voice, with emphasis on the late 18th, 19th and early 20th century. Understanding works by “ the Masters” Vocal skills, Reading Music, Ear training, and Music Theory will be the main focus in study and in preparation for performances.
Breathing Phonation Resonance Reading Music Microphones Scales Repertoire Vocal Parts Posture Rhythm Harmony Composing
The student must complete all assigned work in a timely fashion
The student must demonstrate continuous progress with the Voice
The student must maintain a satisfactory grade throughout the lessons
The student must build a repertoire of singable pieces
All Students will be invited to perform at one or more recitals through out the year
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Payment systems can be set up in two forms; 1) Pre-pay – wherein the student pays the teacher for the whole month at once, for all the lessons in that month, at the first lesson of that month. Or 2) Per lesson – wherein each lesson is paid for one at a time upon completion of said lesson. Any and all late payments are subject to a fee of 20% of the agreed lesson cost.
All lessons are set up to be scheduled for an agreed time and day, and then promised to be held that same time on that same day each week until a new time is decided, or lessons
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