Free Online Class - 7PM | Intro to Singing
Time & Location
About the Event
The Tacoma Refugee Choir is offering a FREE class in honor of World Voice Day to inspire participants of all singing levels to hone their unique voice.
In this virtual class, Tacoma Refugee Choir director Erin Guinup will help you understand how simple things can make a big difference in how your voice sounds and give you tools and exercises that will help you feel more confident when you sing.
We will offer the same class twice on World Voice Day (April 16th), one at 12PM, and one in the evening at 7PM. The class will be held on Zoom and is open to anyone who wants to participate.
After the instruction, an optional 30-minute singalong will be led where you can apply what we've learned as we enjoy singing together as a virtual community.
To receive the link and attend (the 7PM class), please sign up by RSVP'ing to this event.
This class will taught by Tacoma Refugee Choir Artistic Director, Erin Guinup. A master teacher in both classical and contemporary vocal technique, Erin’s voice students have found success on Broadway, regional theatre, operatic stages, and television, including American Idol and The Voice. Sh has spoken at TEDxSeattle and been featured on PBS with the Refugee Choir, led community singing events and spoken at national conferences for Chorus America, National Association of Teachers of Singing, American Choral Director’s Association, and the International Congress of Voice Teachers in Stockholm, Sweden. Read more about Erin at www.eringuinup.com ...
April 16th, World Voice Day is a international, annual celebration devoted to the "phenomenon" of the voice, increasing public awareness of the importance of the voice and alertness to voice problems.