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Queen's University
 

GROUP VOCAL TECHNIQUE:

Master Class Sessions

Group Vocal Technique, led by Marie Anderson, is designed for people who wish to improve their singing and who enjoy the dynamic of a group session. The class will consist of two parts:

 

  • learning and practicing the basic techniques required for good singing in a group setting
  • a master class setting where personal vocal instruction is received from the teacher

The class remains interactive throughout as all members of the class offer constructive comments and practice singing the vocal adjustments of each individual singer. Emphasis will be placed on the development and consistent use of good vocal habits.  Music will be selected based on voice types and the musical interests of participants. There will be an opportunity to sing in unison and in harmony.

This class will meet for 10 weeks each term.

1) SCHEDULE

Classes will take place on Monday evenings between 7-9 pm, in Room 213 of Harrison-LeCaine Hall of Queen’s University, on Bader Lane.  

Winter Term Classes: Monday 14th January to Monday 25th March, 2013.

No class will be held 18th February, 2013.

Performance dates will be determined by the instructor.

2) WHO CAN ATTEND

This course is open to students aged 16 and older. The course will run with a minimum class size of 6 people (please refer to Conservatory Policy for further details regarding procedure if minimum class size is not achieved). Maximum enrollment is 10, to ensure that all participants receive individual attention.

3) PRE-REQUISITES

Group Vocal Technique 1 or 2 (Previously offered at QCM) or audition/consultation with instructor. Please contact the QCM office at 613-533-2934 or music.conservatory@queensu.ca to arrange an audition.

4) COURSE MATERIALS

Music and materials will be provided throughout the course as needed.

5) FEES

Registration fee: $40 per family per year. This fee covers registration for all programs within the Conservatory over the year.
Course fee: $295 per person, per term.
 

Kingston, Ontario, Canada. K7L 3N6. 613.533.2000