Christine is available to give workshops and masterclasses on multiple facets of vocal technique. Sessions can be given at schools, churches, or other locations of your choosing. Audiences can be as young as 10 or as old as you feel (the information stays the same, the presentation adapts to the audience).
Some offerings based on her areas of specialty are:
Vocal technique Straws, Cups, and Kazoos: Playing with the Breath Fix-a-Flat: Strategies for Correcting Intonation Issues Solo Technique for Choral Singing Musical Theater Technique: Legit, Belt and Beyond (with Dr. Rebecca G. Ocampo)
Artistry and Interpretation Applying the 5 (or 7?) Stages of Grief to a Sad Song Interpreting the Song: Finding the Truth in your Music (even if you didn't pick the song yourself)
Diction and Articulation Meow and Other "Vowel Movements:" Where Sounds “Live” in Your Mouth The International Phonetic Alphabet (IPA): An Overview IPA in Art Song and Arias: French, German, and Italian
Choosing Audition (and Other) Repertoire Auditioning for Community Theater Creating Your Audition Book(s) The Liturgical Singer
Other programs can be created and tailored to meet the needs of your organization. The time frame can be as short as one hour or as long as all day, depending on the circumstances and the subject. Workshop sessions include the opportunity for all participants to explore vocal sound and apply the principles of the session. Master classes involve individual singers working with Christine on repertoire and focusing on specific elements while the audience listens. All sessions include verbal instruction, material handouts, and the opportunity for Q&A. For more information, contact Christine at Mezzoid Voice Studio.