I am a world traveled professional vocalists with over 40 years experience. Commercials, soundtracks, and background vocals for many recording artists (live and in the studio).
I have performed on the "Grammy Awards" &" Academy Awards".
I have a proven technique for improving pitch & dexterity, while building vocal strength and durability.
I have shared this technique with hundreds over the years.
It is a technique that will work for a lifetime.
Music is the universal language. Helping anyone speak it better is not only a pleasure, but a priveledge.
Roosevelt knows his stuff! He is extremely talented, has plenty of experience to vouch for his credibility, and is a great teacher and person =)
Roosevelt is a wonderful and dynamic voice coach who brings a wealth of experience in all styles of music. His teaching style is personable, motivating, relaxed, and encourages vocal freedom throughout the learning process.
Roosevelt's knowledge , passion and experience in music is amazing! A true pro! I learned alot in a short period of time.
Since Roosevelt arrived at Coast Gospel Choir as director, my voice has strengthened a lot without strain, and I've learned to breathe the right way. Under his direction I've expanded my range at the top and bottom while performing a delightful and challenging repertoire of gospel music. He has opened so many doors for me musically and spiritually, all with a chuckle and great perspective on life.
The process begins with a needs assessment. If I determine that I can help you, we'l set ou time etc.
Voice lessons from the age of 13, theory training at UCLA, and over 40 years on the job.
No. Because I do, individual training, group training, have amateur students, as well as Professionals, I price on a case by case basis.
I have been asked countless times throughout my career to give vocal lessons to friends and aquaintences, and because of the love for the art form I decided to share the things that I know.
All ages & ethnicities. Professionals as well as amateurs.
That's a hard question. Most well publiczed singing events are not as much about actual singing ability as they are about popularity.
I don't have an answer for that.
Make sure that your teacher has as much experience as training, and that they have a heart for the art form.
Singing should be passionate, not contrived or solely mechanical.
Can anyone learn to sing?
How long is a voice lesson and how frequently should I attend one?
Will you be honest about my potential?