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A Strategic Approach to Developing Mix and Belt

Thursday 15th August 2024, 5:00 PM - 7:00 PM (London Time)

£30 - UK £30 - International

Mix and belt are vocal qualities found throughout commercial and musical theatre styles of singing. While some singers naturally develop these vocal qualities on their own without the need for a structured approach, others need to fine tune their motor system with a strategic progression of exercises to fully coordinate their instrument. By coordinating the five intrinsic laryngeal muscles to produce a wide variety of vibratory patterns, teachers can set their students free from overthinking and help them bring their stories to life through song. By also integrating stamina exercises, teachers can help their students sustain their mix and belt for the strenuous performance demands singers face today. This approach helps students move through the cognitive stage of learning into the motor learning stage and eventually automaticity which allows them to perform with a voice that follows the intent of their performance.

🏷️ Price £30 (UK VAT inclusive)
🎥 Recording automatically sent to all who book (even if you cannot attend live)
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Matt Edwards

Matt Edwards is one of the leading voice teachers for commercial and musical theatre styles in the United States. He is currently an Associate Professor and Coordinator of Musical Theatre Voice at Shenandoah Conservatory.

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