Adrienne Angel Masterclass – Melbourne
“The best voice teacher in the world” - Bernadette Peters In a once in a lifetime opportunity, legendary voice teacher and music theatre specialist, Adrienne Angel will be conducting a 3 hour Masterclass in each city as she shares invaluable insight into her 7 Deadly Sins. Adrienne will also be joined by Bernadette Peters for an exclusive Q&A session not to be missed. Adrienne Angel’s ability to articulate simply and clearly the principles of free efficient sound production has been equally successful with singers, actors, and dancers. They have found that her approach has enabled them to use their voices more effectively and consistently in a short period of time, whether it is to meet the demands of Broadway musicals, TV and film, or rock and roll. Each Masterclass consists of a demonstration of vocal exercises with a male and female performer on stage with a time for audience questions.
The vocal exercises are able to be recorded for future references, an invaluable resource for any vocalist. TheQ&A session with Bernadette Petersand Adrienne Angel will conclude the Masterclass. "I am so excited to be returning to Australia,” said Adrienne Angel. “It thrills me to impart my knowledge to Australian performers and I am always keen to help in any way I can regardless of whether you are a seasoned vocal teacher, professional artist or an up and coming Broadway star." Adrienne Angel received her musical education at North Carolina's High Point University and at the Juilliard School in New York City. As a voice teacher and musical theatre specialist, among Adrienne's pastand present students are: Bernadette Peters (since 1983), Cher, Ann Reinking, Mary Tyler Moore, Christine Baranski, Kenneth Branagh, Armand Assante, Whoopi Goldberg, Jane Krakowski, Cybill Shepherd, Jason Alexander, Joel Gray, Swoosie Kurtz, Joan Jett, Sheena Easton, Bridget Fonda, and Jessica Walter. Also appearing and participating in the master classes are some young and upcoming stars of musical theatre from across Australia, including; Alex Given, Hilary Cole and Francine Cain.