Freeing the voice for singers
The voice is prevented from responding with ideal spontaneity because that spontaneity depends on reflex action, and most people have lost the ability and, perhaps, the desire to behave reflexively. Except when pushed beyond control by extreme pain, extreme fear, or extreme ecstasy, nearly all reflexive vocal behavior is short-circuited by secondary impulses.
A strong free voice is largely about breath and resonators. I'll help you access them to give you your best and most profound vocal sound. The voice finds its most satisfying resonators where there are clearly defined hollows and empty tunnels in the architecture of the body, such as the pharynx, the mouth, the nose; but the bony structure of the chest, the cheekbones, the jawbone, the acoustically powerful sinus hollows, the skull, the cartilage of the larynx, and the vertebrae of the spine all demonstrably contribute resonance.
Training & Qualifications
I have been teaching voice to singers, actors and non professionals for the past ten years and have studied with many of the greats around the world.
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