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The Singing Voice for Musical Theatre Workshop
(For ages 10 & above)
Sat 20th July / 2.30pm - 4pm / $150

Join us for a unique, interactive workshop focused on the singing voice in musical theatre. This session, unlike the broader masterclasses, is specially designed for participants as young as 10 years old, making it a perfect introduction to the world of musical theatre singing for younger enthusiasts.

During this 90-min workshop, participants will have the opportunity to actively engage with and apply various vocal techniques from the toolkits Dr. Benson uses for accessing different voicings. It's a hands-on learning experience where young singers can experiment with their voices under the guidance of a seasoned professional.

Due to the interactive nature of this workshop, seating is limited to ensure that each participant receives personalized attention and can fully engage with the material presented.

Whether you're just starting your musical journey or looking to enhance your existing skills, this workshop promises to be a fun and educational experience, perfect for young singers eager to explore the dynamic world of musical theater.

Join us and let your voice shine on the musical theater stage!



About Dr Elizabeth Ann Benson:
Dr. Elizabeth Ann Benson is recognized as a dynamic pedagogue, scholar, and performer.
She is an Associate Professor of Music Theatre Voice at Auburn University (USA), where she teaches
applied voice for music theatre majors and group voice for non-majors.

She is the founder and owner of Benson Music Studios, specializing in voice training for
musical theatre,popular, and contemporary singers and teachers. She specializes in vocal function, with stylistic applications spanning from opera to musical theatre to rock singing.
She has trained in numerous methodologies including Somatic Voicework™, the LoVetri Method, Soul Ingredients® Method, Rock the Audition with Sheri Sanders, and Sharpening Your CCM Tootkit with Dane Chalfin and Kim Chandler. Her book, Training Contemporary Commercial Singers is hailed as “a remarkable and long-awaited contribution to the world of voice pedagogy” (Journal of Singing). A versatile singer herself, career highlights include opera (Carnegie Hall), musical theatre (Symphony Center), rock (The Hard Rock Cafe Atlanta), and virtual and live cabaret shows.

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