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All Courses >> MUSIC PERFORMANCE >> Beginning Voice Class

Beginning Voice Class (MBEV)
Start Date:Tuesday, January 23 (8 meetings)Location: 166, LHS
Instructor: Sandy Bornstein Meeting Time: 7:30 PM - 9:00 PM
Tuition: $132($100 for seniors)Status: Running/Still Openings

Would you like to sing without fatigue or tightness and easily hit the high and low notes that many great songs often require? If you can carry a tune, yet want to make a better quality sound and sing with confidence, this class – led by a professional singer and vocal teacher – is for you. Your voice is a wind instrument, and we will treat it as such by focusing on correct breathing, relaxation, expanding vocal range and increasing the power that will allow you to sing better. Ability to read music is a plus but not necessary.

Sandy Bornstein is a professional singer who has been teaching voice for 25 years. She has taught at Harvard University, the Noble and Greenough School, Cambridge Adult Education, and in her private studio. She was Cantorial Soloist and choral Director at Temple Isaiah for 20 years, and has appeared as soprano soloist with the Harvard Chamber Orchestra, the Mastersingers, Masterworks Chorale and many other Boston groups in such works as the Poulenc Gloria, Handel’s Messiah, and the Mozart Vespers.