Victoria Adams is a singer, dancer, and vocal instructor and owner of A Musical Sensation. She is a member of the National Association of Teachers and Singing. She led an extremely successful career as a performer and worked with Tony award winning Choreographer and Broadway performer, Wayne Cilento and Rock and Roll legend Mick Fleetwood to name a few. Singing is my passion” says Victoria. It is through her experience and a realization that many voice teachers don’t have which is to show singers certain aspects of vocal technique that she wishes she had learned sooner. It would have made singing much easier. Vocal Instruction technique includes the following: USE OF FACIAL MUSCLES: Lifting from the “Hinge” to avoid leading with the bottom jaw; separation of tongue and jaw muscles. BREATHING: Using the diaphragm and keeping the breath out of the chest, opening the back of the throat and proper posture DICTION: Understanding vowels, placement and frontal positions so your words are understood and the voice is full and resonating. PITCH: Training the Inner Ear and Sight Reading. Pitch is also associated with proper placement and tongue and jaw muscles. MUSICAL THEATER: “Drawing the audience in.” Color words, phrasing, stage presence.
We had a sample lesson. Victoria related well to my 7-year-old granddaughter and explained her approach to the lessons. I think my granddaughter is going to love learning how to be a better singer and performer.
learned a lot in 1 lesson