All styles of music have roots. Classical singing, for example, grew out of 17th century Italy.
As a result its strengths are clean crisp vowels and consonants, and the ability to fill a hall with no amplification.
R&B finds its roots in the gospel singing of post-civil war African-American churches. In addition many forms of pop music combine harmonies and intricate rhythms from South and Central America, Cuba, Africa and other parts of the world.
Musical Theater “grew up” on Broadway reflecting the brighter and brassier dialects of the region and songs serve to embellish the sentiments of spoken dialogue.
Musical skills are what make an artist sound authentic and expressive.
As your voice teacher, I will help you develop the following musical skills:
During your voice lessons you may study several styles of music including: