Voice Department chair Anne Peckham and assistant chair Diane Richardson, along with assorted voice faculty members, will present this info session for staff and faculty to teach you everything you want to know about voice instruction at Berklee.
All Berklee faculty and staff, as well as our articulation partner schools, are invited to join this session, which will also be live-streamed.
The Voice Department at Berklee offers students the most comprehensive voice education to be found anywhere. The department provides individualized instruction in all contemporary music styles, including jazz, pop, rock, and theater, and prepares students for both concert performance and studio work. The department also focuses on helping students learn how voice fits into today's music world and how the vocalist can become a powerful musical leader. Whether on stage or in the studio, voice is one of the most flexible and expressive instruments, no matter the musical style.
In this session, faculty presenters share an overview of voice instruction at Berklee and provide strategies to help participants prepare vocalists for success. This session will be helpful to anyone who teaches or works with vocalists. It is also helpful to any faculty member at Berklee or a partner school, regardless of what you teach, as you will learn about the kinds of instruction vocalists are receiving.
Please RSVP online or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Lunch provided to all who come in person. This event is in the David Friend Recital Hall from 1:00 p.m. to 2:00 p.m.