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Want to learn how to sing like your favorite Pop or Rock artists? Modern Musical Theatre is full of this ‘new’ sound, called Pop-Rock, but in order to sing CORRECTLY with all those cool effects and tones to your voice, you have to learn how to do it properly. Come learn, train and sing with some experts on how to do that!


See Downloadable Form for Details This class is VIRTUAL only. BARCLAY PERFORMING ARTS is a strict enforcer of COVID-Regulations and Procedures as by the county and reserve the right of our own protocols. A negative COVID Test or clean Bill of Health is required before entry is allowed. Masks or Faceshield must be worn at all times. Parents are allowed to tour the space before classes or operations begin for the day to help keep a sanitized and safe environment for both our students and staff. All must be sanitized and temperature checked at the door, students are to then wash hands before and after class. There are a strict No-Touch policy and social distancing regulated within our space.

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  • Start Time 3:00 pm
  • End Time 4:00 pm

Program Description

Our voices are some of the most dynamic and versatile tools we have. Muscle, bones and energy all meet to produce a vibration with breath that can release emotions, anthems, and stories…all before we even add words! When singing pop-rock music, you want a basic, solid, healthy technique, but your abilities need to blossom when it comes time to strut your stuff onstage. You can try dance and sing along with your favorite video, and you find that it takes skill to sing well when you’re dancing full out. Because the sounds rock singers make are often scratchy and close to screaming, when singing rock you need to be aware of how to keep making the funky sounds that we adore without causing damage to their voice. Screaming too much for too long in concerts can tax the voice and cause fatigue, strain, and tone changes. To prevent damage, singers can use resonance to create sounds that they normally make by screaming. This class is such a unique training approach in Performing Arts, and something you definitely want to take advantage of having when you are stepping into modern musical theatre, or even just wanting to sing some of the coolest songs out there! Take your stuff to the next level. Join the family. Sign up today!