Jazz Singing Workshop 2

When and Where

Dates
21 Apr 2020 - 30 Jun 2020 (15 hours, 10 weeks)
Days and times
Tuesday 20:00 - 21:30
Location
Morley College London Waterloo Centre

Cost

Full fee
£135
Concession fee
£110
Senior fee
Senior Fee discount not applicable

Quick Facts

Availability
Yes
Tutor
Germana La Sorsa
Course code
MJP094C

What you will learn

This class is designed for those who already sing in the jazz style. You will be encouraged to further develop your jazz singing skills and explore a range of stylistic and vocal techniques guided by the tutor and with the support of a piano accompanist.

By the end of the course you will be able to

  • sing a number of jazz standards
  • sing and improvise with more confidence on straight eights tunes
  • have a deeper understanding of scat strategies and techniques.
  • Lead a performance effectively

Class format and activities

Vocal warm ups
Learning jazz language
Stylistic and improvising exercises
Listening and discussion

In order to ensure that you make the best possible progress on your course, you will have regular feedback from your tutor, in a constructive and supportive environment.

Entry requirements

Completion of Jazz Singers Workshop 1 or something of a similar level
Music reading is an advantage

What you need to know before you enrol

There will be periods during the class when you will be encouarged to stand, stretch and move to aid singing. If you have any concerns about mobility please contact the tutor before the class so that alternatives may be suggested if required.
You will be expected to engage in some homework tasks in order to benefit fully from the tuition in class

What you will need for your class

Checking class online platform regularly to always be updated about the contents of the lessons and follow any instruction.
Occasionally you will need to print your charts and lyrics.

What you can do next

Morley College has a range of singing classes. You might like to consider joining one of our choirs such as Jazz Choir, Singing at Lunchtime or the Kenningtones which have a popular style of songs or try something more classically-based such as Morley Choral Society or Meridian Choir.