Vocals With Purpose

Vocals With Purpose Vocal Coaching, Voice Lessons, Mentoring, Music Career driven guidance.

Rook Silva
02/23/2018

Rook Silva

Singing...to me...is much more than just lyrics and a melody. It's a way to express yourself to others through music. I would love to show you how and share my experiences with you! If you or anyone you know is interested in taking voice lessons to gain confidence to sing, prepare for an audition, or even expand your range share this on your page!! Can't wait to hear from You! 💛

Singing...to me...is much more than just lyrics and a melody. It's a way to express yourself to others through music. I ...
02/22/2018

Singing...to me...is much more than just lyrics and a melody. It's a way to express yourself to others through music. I would love to show you how and share my experiences with you! If you or anyone you know is interested in taking voice lessons to gain confidence to sing, prepare for an audition, or even expand your range share this on your page!! Can't wait to hear from You! 💛

09/19/2017

CONSIDER THESE KEY ELEMENTS FOR VOCAL TRAINING AND HOW YOU NEED TO PREPARE:
The Sound/Tone Quality
Think about it. Does the message invite a full rich, vibrant tone quality or a softer, almost airy sound? Is it a declaration or conversation? Are you testifying or asking questions? You need to answer this question then practice the various possibilities. If you can’t think of any, Vocals with Purpose, Vocal Coach Sayra Goodman will help and get the training and coaching necessary to accomplish and understand these key elements. Then, begin in integrate some of these qualities into your own vocal sound. A caution: I said integrate, not copy. You still need to be you, just with more possibilities of sound.
Treatment of Diction
If you’re singing a hymn or English art song, the way you pronounce the words will be handled differently than in a worship song, or a contemporary/pop style of song. If I’m singing, “My Jesus, I Love Thee,” I’ll treat the words differently than when I sing the Broadway song, “To Dream The Impossible Dream.” If I don’t, I will be putting up walls between myself, and my audience. Again, listen to the pros, imitate and play with the different options. Build some choices into your diction options. It’s the only way to keep things real and really communicate with the listener.
Phrasing & Expression
Going back to the earlier example of the difference between “My Jesus, I Love Thee,” and “To Dream The Impossible Dream,” let’s consider phrasing and other tools of expression. To begin with, most hymns will have built-in phrases that invite breathing at certain places. And, though you may make things more interesting by stretching that a bit, you are still at least partially limited unless you are doing a real pop arrangement.
With other songs, however, you have more options as to where you might breath, pause, or bring attention to a word with more or less volume or a dramatic and sometime sudden change of tone quality. The options are many and best learned by listening to those who do it best, then imitating them to feel and hear you and your voice doing it. That’s how a singer builds a repertoire of creative options. If you have never heard and felt yourself do it, you are not likely to draw on that option any time soon, even when it would be the perfect solution.
Summary: Get inspired by those who do it well in the same way you get inspired by watching an excellent, experienced athlete. Observe, analyze, imitate and integrate. And, remember throughout that to do this safely you must maintain the foundations of posture, breathing, tone, diction and expression. It’s a lot of work . . . with a lot of rewards. Here at Vocals with Purpose we are dedicated to fulfill your vocal needs and goals! Book your session today with our Vocal Coach and Mentor Sayra Goodman.

Inspiration thru coaching and mentoring for your voice is a key foundation to a successful session. With our Vocal Coach...
08/25/2017

Inspiration thru coaching and mentoring for your voice is a key foundation to a successful session. With our Vocal Coach Sayra, that combination is possible along with guidance and a humble spiritual approach. Book or request your session with Sayra to ensure your slot with a one of a kind teaching experience and lesson. Call or message us for more information. Feel free to check out our website as well.
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08/24/2017

VOCALS WITH PURPOSE DOESN’T TEACH A PARTICULAR STYLE, RATHER WE TEACH YOU TO MASTER THE PRINCIPLES OF VOCAL MUSCLE MEMORY.
This causes critical body parts to produce excellent sound, amplification, and control with increased stamina to predictably deliver the results you want!

Singers and speakers, choirs and quartets, crooners and screamers, children and adults—when you get down to it, we all play the same instrument—our voice. The fundamentals of the vocal instrument are the key to making the most of it—no matter who you are and Vocal With Purpose can give you the key.

Before you know it, you’ll be able to apply what you’ve learned to any style you want to sing. Just like a well-conditioned athlete often has the ability to play many different sports, a well-trained singer has the potential to sing many different styles.

Request your time to schedule a 1-1 Vocal Coaching Lesson with Sayra.

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