1 YEAR FOUNDATION SINGING COURSE FOR STUDENTS OVER 16 YEARS
One Year Singing Courses were another 'first' for the Academy – the concept has since been embraced by others. Designed for talented and aspirant young singers wishing to develop the necessary skills for continuance either onto further training or for professional commercial employment.`
With the growth of technology, the demand for commercially trained singers in all media of the industry is flourishing. The fundamental aim of courses is to encourage the development of artistically versatile individuals with highly polished performance skills. This is achived through integration of technical competence and theoretical knowledge with dynamic and sophisticated presentation.
Whether applying for Foundation Singing or Professional Intensive Singing, course structure is specialist by nature and allows the student to acquire a wide vocal range, a comprehensive repertoire and the ability to work within given styles. Emphasis is placed on the development of a secure and sustainable technique. Harmony and ensemble work provide the opportunity to demonstrate peer group co-operation and communication skills. Every student is encouraged to build their personal repertoire of songs, using diversity of style. Core singing skills are backed by relevant subjects that will expand the student's theatrical range of versatility and may include, music theory, dance and movement and voice and acting skills.
FOUNDATION SINGING COURSE
Courses have been designed for students aged between 16 & 18 years who have a keen interest in singing and who are looking to develop their technique and performance skills to further their ambition in this field.
May include, Group and solo singing tuition, technique, repertoire (e.g. Jazz, Musical Theatre, Pop), Performance, basic vocal anatomy.
"The singing training here is superb. Every style of singing is supported by solid technical training and every student is individually catered for and encouraged. It is just a shame that some of the more classical schools do not take a leaf out of Italia Conti's book, because this is a school that covers everything..."
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