I'm Bengisu ONAL. I'm 25 years old and originally from Turkey with a French background. I graduated from Berklee College of Music (vocal performance and music business & management majors , musical theatre writing minor) and currently working at the South Shore Conservatory.
I've been performing jazz, R&B, pop, rock repertoire for more than 10 years and since my last year at Berklee I've been sharing my expertise with my students. I enjoy sharing this beautiful gift with music lovers!!!
I'm helping creating repertoires for my students who are willing to add music to their life as hobby or who are willing to become professionals (audition preparation, concert preparation, recording session informations).
As a vocal coach, I like creating my education path separately for each student of mine. I have students from age 5 to 64. Some of my students are doctors, some are retired, some are students.
If you want to check my performances you can go to www.bengisuofficial.com or write my name to YouTube and watch some of my videos.
Hope to meet you soon and share the magic of music!
It's time to put the shower head down and grab a microphone !!!
I get to know lots of people who are passionate about music! We don't share the same profession or culture or social life but we share the universal language of the entire world: Music!
Only this fact is enough for me to get excited about my work. When ever they ask me how do I feel about my job, all I say is, I don't even feel like I am working... My passion, thing that puts the biggest smile to my face is my job! Which is a blessing...
Bengisu made my son become a music lower.He is now 8 years old and I'm sure that, thanks to our lovely music teacher,he is going have music in his life forever.
She is very sweet and helpful. I would highly recommend her.
Açıklama kısımları için : She is very professional and smiles all the time! Thanks a lot bengisu 😊
İ studied with Bengisu for a long time, great times, you can see how an educated musician effect you during a lesson with her, you don't understand how time passes by.
during our first meeting, I ask questions to my students about their life and the importance, impact of music to their life and, most importantly, I want them to ask me lots of questions and start getting to know me. I do a little voice exercise to know their range and to figure out the main points that we should focus while working. After the first lesson, I send them few questions (3 to 5) and ask them to answer those questions (some suggestions to their repertoire, some questions about their connection to music or what their goal is etc.)
After our 2nd lesson and when we get to know each other in a better way, things start to come together more easily.
I don't just focus on the performance side of singing. I generally give my students information about the human anatomy, how does the vocal chords work, the importance of posture, breathing techniques, some meditative exercies etc.
I graduated from Berklee College of Music, which is the worlds number 1 contemporary music school.
I have dual dgree in vocal performance and music business & management. I also have a minor at musical theatre writing.