Coffee houses are great locations for a smaller number of students to gather and share their art. There are several local shops in the metro-Atlanta area.
My tag line is LET YOUR LIGHT SHINE THROUGH SONG! What better way to do this than to share your music and performance with the older generations at local assisted living communities or with the younger generations at say... a children's hospital?
Not everyone is in it for the SPORT of it, but competitions are a great way to get yourself out there and to truly compete against YOURSELF.
We have had many winners in our midst... local and regional music association chapter competition winners, regional talent search competitions, etc...
Kind of an amped up version of the good ol' traditional voice recital! These are held at a local music venue or community center with some wonderful food and fellowship!
The best way to get better at something is to do it over and over AND over again!
It is a priority for me as your teacher to provide you with multiple diverse performing opportunities to do just that!
Studio Supper Sing
Building confidence while working on your art can be tough. This is especially true if you take it to the streets only to find that your nerves have taken the wind out of your sails. For artists local to Atlanta, I will be hosting occasional Supper Sings to provide an opportunity to share what you are working on with your peers in a constructive, supportive atmosphere. And all you have to do is sing for your supper (or maybe brunch depending on the time of day)? SWEET!
If you are local to Atlanta, you know just how fortunate we are with all of the amazing theater houses, both professional and community! Auditions are always happening and a great resource to stay on top of them is www.atlantaperforms.biz. Check it out!
With a Live Band
GOWAB is I used to call our annual Going Out With a Bang concert typically held in May before summer. It's not totally out of the question to coordinate this as I sing with a rather amazing band, Brother Brown and the Soul Reunion, and I know they would love to play for you! What an amazing opportunity to front a professional band and feel the spotlight on your face. We had themes in the past like Rockin' the 80's, Beatles, Whatever Makes Your Heart Sing, etc... What are some of your ideas?