Musical Theatre Voice Lessons
Modern MT Vocal Instruction
Modern musical theatre is one of the most demanding vocal genres today, as it requires not only power and projection but also familiarity with many different styles.
In fact, modern musical theatre often includes all other styles within it! Modern musicals can include pop, rock, soul, folk, country, rap, jazz, and legit singing.
To help our vocalists sound the way they need to for today’s musical theatre, we use vocal techniques created by modern voice pioneers of the last 50 years – rather than classical techniques that preceded them.
And to keep you or your child singing healthfully for life, we make sure to teach proper projection and belting – without excess tension or bad habits that put wear and tear on the delicate vocal muscles.
Our experienced, educated teachers – who all perform modern music themselves – understand that modern musical theatre singing can and does break classical rules. It’s okay to sing breathy, to scoop notes, to use vocal fry, to flip to head voice, to breathe in the middle of phrases, to sing with pressed power, to pull chest voice up, to ad lib, and to belt – as long as vocal health is the top priority!
Showcases and Recitals
We offer near-monthly opportunities to perform – everything from traditional teen recitals to acoustic showcases to full-band productions at major venues.
Beginning students find our recitals and acoustic showcases to be a supportive, non-intimidating way to get used to performing in front of people.
Our intermediate and advanced students love our big concerts at premier Denver venues such as the Hard Rock Cafe, The Oriental Theatre, the Clocktower Cabaret, and the Walnut Room. These expertly staged performances provide clients with real gig experience that they need to become full-fledged musicians, complete with a live audience, lighting and stage technicians, and professional producers and engineers.
Learn How To…
- Sing across your entire range without a break
- Expand your range
- Belt powerful high notes
- Get more power with less strain
- Have more consistency day to day
- Improve tone
- Be more expressive and artistic
- Interpret songs
- Perform for the musical theatre stage
- Polish pitches, riffs, and runs
- Feel more confident
- Protect vocal health
Teachers With Real World Experience
All of our faculty members are active working musicians, so our students get real-life perspectives on being a vocalist in today’s music industry.
Online or In Person
We offer lessons in person most days of the week at our Denver or Broomfield studios, or from anywhere via Zoom.