Introduction to Singing
Have you always wanted to sing but was afraid of being out of tune, or just afraid to put yourself out there? Or just never had the time to get started?
Learn the basics of singing with Liz Tobias, a world renowned singer and educator, who has taught at MIT and the New England Conservatory.
- Topics Covered:
- Solfege exercises
- Vocal health
- Learn two songs
- Singing with a straw and other practices to develop vocal technique
ABOUT LIZ TOBIAS
Liz’s passion for music extends beyond the stage into the classroom, with over a decade of experience as a dynamic educator in a range of settings. Her ability to connect with students of all ages serves as a positive pathway for developing their individual craft and style. She focuses largely on vocal health, Jazz improvisation, diversity in musical styles and confidence-building techniques.
Previously on faculty at the University of New Hampshire, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, in Berklee College of Music's Faculty Outreach Program and the New England Conservatory, Liz feels strongly about investing in the next generation of musicians.
Enroll to receive immediate, lifetime access to this 45-minute video-based course.
For a limited time, we are offering a 30-day license to this course for free. No payment information necessary.
We also offer an option above to get lifetime access to the course for $5.95.
You may also learn more and save by bundling in two 30-minute private online lessons with Liz, essentially getting the course for free.
This course was recorded May 2018 at the Lessonface studio in the West Village, NYC.
Watch this course at your convenience. You will receive immediate access upon enrollment.
HOW IT WORKS
After enrolling, you can watch this course anytime by logging in to your Lessonface account.
The class is also covered by the Lessonface Guarantee.