Vocal Lessons in Monmouth County
The JJM style of teaching is a combination of technique, theatrics, instrument, songwriting and studio recording experience.
Read some details below!
-strengthening and expanding the range
-working pitch, tone, vibrato, breathing, and support
STAGE THEATRICS AND CONFIDENCE:
-stage presence (turning from a singer into a performer)
-confidence to feel comfortable in any stage environment
INSTRUMENT AND MUSIC THEORY INTRODUCTION:
-at some point Jody will suggest introducing guitar or piano (101)
-also adding some basic music theory
SONGWRITING AND STUDIO RECORDING:
*Jody believes songwriting is a great tool for students to have
-students will learn songwriting as they grow in their lessons
-using it as an outlet to express themselves
-learning to turn their feelings into a song.
-also, they will have the resources to record their music with an engineer and producer
*Jody has built a wonderful relationship with some very famous local venues and artist galleries
-opportunities to perform are usually available once a month
-at any of Jody’s major shows, she shares her stage with her students
**All the above, except for recording costs, are included in the student's training**
Jody believes that it is extremely vital to give a student exposure and reward them with an experience on stage, after all their hard work.
THE STUDENT'S COMMITMENT:
-It is required that students do their vocal homework 3 times a week, at minimum, for approximately 30 minutes per session.
-Come to their session with their binder and their flash drive.
Students, ages 11 and under, will have games and incentives to challenge them. They will receive rewards for their efforts.
We are looking forward to the opportunity to cultivate your or your child's talent.