Course Duration12 Weeks
Music from University of Naropa, Boulder, Colorado
The Psychology of Health & Healing from University of Naropa, Boulder, Colorado
owner/Voice Teacher - Voice with Linda Lewellyn
Adjunct Faculty - University of Naropa
In each of the 12 weeks, 45-minute voice lessons, Linda will cover all of the following aspects of singing with the student:
About the Teacher: Linda Lewellyn has spent many years performing with her own band singing jazz, soul, and rhythm and blues as well as performing in other bands, singing as part of professional choirs, writing and performing her own solo music. After a varied and exciting career in New York, Linda moved to Colorado to complete her Bachelor’s Degree in Music at Naropa University, where she also holds a Bachelor’s Degree in The Psychology of Health & Healing and is currently an Adjunct Faculty professor teaching voice. Linda is also certified to teach pop vocal technique known as The Wave Method created by Divy Nelson, and has also completed Level 1 of the Estill Voice Method.
The specific benefits of this 12-week course for students is learning the foundations towards achieving:
Students enrolling for this course on ipassio can be sure that they receive individual attention from the teacher, as the class strength is limited to 1 student. It also gives teachers the opportunity, to gauge their student's progress in-depth and make changes whenever and wherever required, to ensure the student gets the maximum out of this course. Since this course is detailed, students get the advantage of learning intricate details about Mallet Instruments. The limited strength of the class also ensures that there is a strong bond between the students and their teacher clearing out any inhibitions that the student might have. The sustained guidance available from the teacher ensures that the student does not deviate from set goals or targets. Learning from a revered, experienced exponent of Mallet Instruments, through the long duration of this course, keeps the student inspired and motivated to achieve more.
There are no course prerequisites and no experience is necessary for beginner students, however, they must be ready and willing to practice and work out their voice regularly in between lessons. Recording each lesson can also prove very helpful to students when practicing.