The Center is thrilled to partner again with Todd Neal for a vocal instruction/coaching course. During the course, students learn song selection, vocal technique, and interpretation. Students completing the course will have a better understanding of performance, delivery, projection, and stage presence. The class is for anyone who enjoys performing and would like to improve their vocal delivery.
The class is limited to 20 participants and is recommended for teens and adults.
No previous vocal training required.
Here’s what participants had to say:
“I loved the experience because everyone was very supportive. Todd was an amazing coach that brought out the best in everyone.”
“It was just so much fun especially due to the knowledge, talent, well rounded ability and exuberance from a very good coach who made us all feel good about our singing.”
“I learned to be more confident in my singing, even if I missed a note or screwed up a line. I also learned to choose music that fits my voice rather than try to sing songs that are well known, but are rather difficult for me to sing. I took from the class to not be afraid and be bold.”
About the Instructor:
Todd Neal’s experience includes teaching, coaching, acting, directing, producing, and performing in New York City cabarets – The Duplex, Don’t Tell Mama’s, Eighty-Eights, Sam’s, and the Laurie Beecham Theatre. He is an Equity actor and has worked at the San Diego Rep, The Gaslamp, Lamb’s Players, The Human Race Theatre Co., Players Theatre – Columbus, and Contemporary American Theatre Co., among others. He has taught musical theatre, acting, audition technique, and many other theatre courses at Western Michigan University, Rutgers University-Camden, Ohio State University-Mansfield, Marymount Manhattan College, The American Academy of Dramatic Arts, Wright State University, and the City University of NY – Kingsborough College.
Class dates and time:
March 20, 27, April 3, 10, 2019
6:15-8:15PM in the Palladium’s Shiel Sexton Songbook Lounge.
Cost: $65 (includes all four classes)
*Please bring sheet music for one upbeat song and one ballad to the first night of class. Singer should have songs memorized.
Final Performance opportunity (not required) will be celebrated at World Voice Day on April 16, 2019. This will be your chance to sing on the Palladium stage!
Register online or by calling the box office at 317-843-3800.
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