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Live Vocals Workshop With Kaya Herstad-Carney

01 Feb 2018

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We recently held a live workshop with ACM’s Senior Vocals Tutor, Kaya Herstad-Carney.

This session was on building vocal strength and the importance of warm-ups and vocal health. Supported by two students from our Vocals Degree, Kaya followed the masterclass with a live Q&A. Hit the video below to watch the session back, and if you have any questions, simply leave it in the comments section and we’ll get back to you!

“Vocal Warm up tips for building strength and flexibility in your voice and to sing with freedom and lack of tension. This workshop will help you set up your voice ready to work and build your technique and range.”
Kaya Herstad-Carney, Senior Vocals Lecturer

ACM’s Online Live Stream Workshop events are a series of online tutorials and masterclasses, led by our world-class tutors, providing you with a genuine taster of how teaching here at ACM happens – live. We don’t want you to have to trust our word that we are great at what we do, we want you to experience this for yourself, first hand.

We will be holding more live workshops across all our disciplines here at ACM. Each of the sessions will be live streamed so you can attend online, and then participate in an interactive live Q&A section at the end. Here’s the list of dates for you to pop in your diary.

  • Business Live Stream Workshop – 23/02/2018
  • Live Sound Live Stream Workshop – 26/02/2018
  • Production Live Stream Workshop – 05/03/2018
  • Guitar Live Stream Workshop – 20/03/18

Do go ahead and register your interest in these livestreams below and we’ll send you a message when we’re live!

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