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 Vocal Performance Boot Camp
Randy Craft, Vocal Coach
from Nashville, TN

Randy Craft will be in Wilmington, NC June 27-July 17, 2022 as Musical Director for Thalian Association's production of DOGFIGHT and while here, he is offering a Vocal Performance Bootcamp. Participants will receive SIX 30-minute voice lessons (two per week for three weeks between 5-7 PM) where they will work on two songs of their choice. The three weeks will culminate in a Masterclass Recital on Saturday, July 16th at 2:00pm at the Community Arts Center. Students will perform their pieces with piano, bass, and drums for their invited guests. This a great opportunity to bring in audition pieces or find new ones, learn new vocal warm-ups, and improve your technique. Slots are limited. Total cost is $300 for the six lessons and recital.

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Questions? Email Randy!

Randy's performance videos:

Meadowlark, The Baker's Wife

Gethsemane, Jesus Christ Superstar

Nessun Dorma

About Randy

Located in Music City USA, Randy Craft has become one of the most sought after voice coaches in the Nashville area. He possesses a passion for teaching that very few other voice teachers possess. What sets Randy apart is his vast knowledge of the scientific approach to singing. Knowing how the anatomy of the human body works to form sound, Randy quickly gets results from his students - expanding range, ease, and style. But don't worry, you don't have to know anything about what your muscles are doing, because Randy has a talent for manipulating your voice into working properly with out you even knowing what's happening.

When studying with Randy you can expect to see amazing results fast. Students often find themselves singing up to an octave higher after their first session!! Versed in many styles, Randy can help you discover the artist inside that is dying to come out.

The Technique

Randy's philosophy on teaching singers is based on the de-pressurisation of the vocal folds.  If a singer can't make sound without causing their muscles to tense up and go haywire, then there is a serious issue.  Once the pressure on the vocal chords have been alleviated of harmful pressure, then a singer breaks down the wall and can make endless amounts of stylistic vocal choices they otherwise wouldn't have been able to do.

Randy's goal is to never change an artist's style, but to actually make them sound more like themselves.

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