Pedagogy to Performance
Why Cross Train?
In today's market, you will need both mix/belt and classical training to make money as a teacher.
Don't try to "fake it until you make it!" You and your students deserve better!
Having studied and taught in both styles for years,
I have a clear understanding of the differences and similarities
in vocal production and styling.
Class 1: Breathing
Class 2: Vocal Tract Shaping
Class 3: Chest Voice
Class 4: Mix: Classical and MT/CM
Class 5: Head Voice
Class 6: Storytelling & Diction
Class 7: Vocal Production Analysis
Class 8: Style Analysis
Zoom Course Dates & Times:
Time: 10-12 a.m. Mountain Time (12-2 p.m. ET, 11 a.m. - 12 p.m. CT, 9-11 a.m. PT)
June 19, 26
July 3, 17, 24, 31
August 7, 14
All classes will be recorded for later viewing.
- 8 Classes
- 2 hours per week
- First Hour: Presentation of Pedagogy
- Second hour: Application of Pedagogy in a Master Class Style with student performances
"[Ruth] is able to break down the fundamentals of different kinds of singing so that we, as teachers, can understand how to best help our students excel in the genres that interest them." - Dylan
Vocal Cross Training Workshop: Pedagogy to Performance
(two payments of $300.00)
- Eight week course
- 2 hours a week
- Pedagogical instruction comparing classical and mix/belt vocal production & styling
- Master class practicum with student performances