In both singing and acting, Vocal Awareness will teach you how to reflect your authentic Self through each character you inhabit. Never again will you present a facsimile of what you think casting wants to see. Instead you will embody everything that makes you unique as you act, sing and make your own authentic choices. This kind of originality and confidence is what makes an actor/singer stand out at auditions. Whether you are a beginner or advanced, Vocal Awareness will take you beyond the biomechanics of producing sound to an understanding that your Voice is your identity.
Vocal Awareness can help you learn how to sing and will definitely show you how to get noticed at auditions and in your career. Here are just a few of the ways Vocal Awareness can help:
- Enjoy the sound of your Voice: Enhance the tonal quality of your voice both spoken and sung with proven exercises and techniques designed to increase resonance, range and vibration. Learn how to see the “Edge and Arc of Sound” and experience your voice truly soaring.
- Improve your vocal health and stamina: Reduce the risk of nodes and other repetitive risk injuries, by learning how to produce sound free of tension, pushing and forcing. Focus your physical effort from your core and leave the rest of your body, especially your face and neck available for emotional and vocal expression.
- Become a truly great actor: Learn how to be instead of present the character, while simultaneously claiming and honoring your Self as the Artist. Recognize the value of being a whole person both onstage and off.
- Discover Communication Mastery: Memorize text organically while embracing the details of your art. Remember Mastery is only achieved when you pay attention to the subtleties of form and integrate mind/body/spirit.
PIERCE BROSNAN Actor, producer, environmentalist
“Arthur Samuel Joseph started as teacher of mine (many) years ago. Over these years, he has become a good friend whose teachings of Vocal Awareness® have been a constant in my life.”