Singing for Guitarists
This is an introduction to vocal techniques for guitarists (ukulele players, pianists, or anyone who wants to accompany themselves on an instrument).
Want to play & sing but find everything falls apart when you try to add your voice to your playing? You are not alone! It is common when starting out in the rewarding world of self-accompaniment to be frustrated with your singing voice, and putting the two elements together.
In this one-hour workshop, vocalist & guitarist Nerissa Campbell will demonstrate some simple techniques to get you on your way to singing with your guitar. Incorporating both vocal techniques and tips and tricks to assist with your journey towards singing and playing, this masterclass will guide you towards vocal expression.
ABOUT NERISSA CAMPBELL
A vocalist for over 20 years, Nerissa Campbell has taught many aspiring singers who play guitar, and weren’t able to put the two together. She found that with a few simple techniques, guitarists were able to find their way to expressing themselves vocally in ways they thought not possible. She was inspired to take up guitar professionally after being encouraged by the progress her students made, and so understands the challenges of self-accompaniment. She is an understanding and patient teacher and believes that we can all express ourselves through our voices, and loves to share the joy in singing.
Enroll for immediate access to the 41-minute class recording.
You may also learn more and save by bundling in two 30-minute private online lessons with Nerissa, essentially getting the course for free.
This class occurred December 2017. You can watch the class recording at your convenience. You will receive immediate access upon enrollment.
HOW IT WORKS
After enrolling, you can watch this class recording anytime by logging in to your Lessonface account.
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