Vocal lab concentrating on techniques and performance skills necessary for background singing in live performance venues.
A lab for vocalists providing an overview of sound-reinforcement equipment currently used in live performance and how to use it effectively.
A continuation of ILVC-111. Additional concentration on singing lyrics on chord tones, seventh chords, minor chords, and modes in different time-feels and grooves.
A lab for non-voice principals designed to address the basic elements of singing: breath management, intonation, tone quality, and phrasing.
This lab is designed to increase body awareness and develop the stage presence and performance skills of vocalists through the use of acting techniques.
A lab for vocalists focusing on basic skills in improvisation in a variety of styles.
Introductory R&B performance lab for voice principals designed to prepare students for solo performance in ensembles and other performing venues within a specific song style.
Introductory jazz/blues performance lab for voice principals designed to prepare students for solo performance in ensembles and other performing venues within a specific song style.
Introductory pop/rock/country performance lab for voice principals designed to prepare students for solo performance in ensembles and other performing venues within a specific song style.
Introductory lab for singers focusing on skills necessary for repertoire development.
Introductory lab for singers to further develop listening skills, reading notation, concepts of rhythm, intervals, chord changes, time-feels, and grooves applied to singing lyrics and pitches simul
This course will focus on new a capella vocals in various styles: rock, R&B, gospel, and pop with vocal percussion.
A jazz choir consists of 8-12 singers divided into SATB (soprano, alto, tenor bass) parts and performs standard jazz choir repertoire with full rhythm section accompaniment (piano, bass, drums).
This musical theater performance class is a non-auditioned performance ensemble with musical theater repertoire.
Vocal ensemble experience that will cover the song materials and styles of vocal groups from the Boswell Sisters through the Manhattan Transfer.
This course will focus on the learning and performing of SATB (soprano, alto, tenor, and bass) traditional American Negro Spirituals in the style of such groups as the Fisk Jubilee Singers.
The voice can be used as a paint brush to create visual textures that elicit a visual and emotional experience for the listener.
A vocal recording ensemble focusing on development of the performance skills necessary for effective functioning in the recording studio.
A full chorus designed to support the Musical Theater program.
A performance ensemble designed for vocalists wishing to develop skills in the performance of Latin jazz and traditional jazz idioms.