Vocal Coaching – How to look after your voice at workshops
11 December 2018 @ 3:00 pm - 4:00 pm
Can’t speak for days after a busy workshop? Well, that’s the better scenario, as many of us lose our voices or at least have painful sore throats on the second day of an important industry event, which is frustrating. Straining your throat while trying to speak over the background noise of the workshop hall is worsened by the air conditioner and other factors… I’m sure you are all familiar with this.
We decided to invite a voice coach to show you some simple techniques and exercises that you can practise regularly to try to improve your voice projection. We hope that this will boost your vocal performance at the next industry event! And I don’t mean singing Oasis on stage after midnight 🙂
Meet Jennifer Hamady – Professional singer, vocal coach and writer
“I’ve been fortunate in my life in many ways, including having spent the early part of my career singing with and composing for artists and companies including Stevie Wonder, Def Leppard, Patti LaBelle, Christina Aguilera, Wyclef Jean, Babyface, Jessica Simpson, Smokey Robinson, Lee Ann Womack, Kid Rock, Usher, Cirque du Soleil, Disney, and American Idol.
I’m grateful for these experiences, as they enabled me to nurture and pursue my true passion: helping others to discover and develop their best voices. For fifteen years, I’ve had the privilege of working with a wide variety of groups and individuals- including Grammy, Emmy, CMA, and Tony award winners, as well as corporate clients across an array of industries- to release mental and physical inhibitions, establish personal, professional, and performance confidence, and communicate with authenticity, humility, and strength.”
Jennifer will have a 45 minute session with us followed by a 15 minute Q&A. During the session she will cover the following areas:
- Breath support
- Using your voice and proper projection
- Vocal health (tips for travel)
- Mental approaches for vocal health and performance success
- Warming up for general and pre-speaking success
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