Earl Leonard’s Rock-singing Seminar!

Hey, so you guys know that as well as playing music for kids (recent shows include Creswick & Trentham Libraries, The Good Life Festival, Run Ballarat) I also sing for a couple of bands and play both original and covers songs at pubs and cafes. Plus I run an open mic night and give singing lessons!

So, excuse the non-kids music post, I’ve got something else on soon I want to spread the word about.

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Plus these two keep me busy

I’m running a two session rock singing-seminar for all those folk interested in developing their flexibility, longevity (both in terms of note-duration and vocal maintenance), range and power!

It’ll be two three 1/2 hour Thursday evening group sessions, on a fortnight apart ,with a follow-up 1-on-1 one hour session after a month or so for me to touch base with you to talk about your progress (email correspondence also welcomed).

Session one will be on good breathing & warming up and the other on other exercises to improve power, control (including tips for playing and singing simultaneously) and range. Lesson notes as an ongoing program included as handouts.

$190 all inclusive (a saving of $130 from my usual group lesson rates).

NEW DATES TO BE ADVISED 5.30-9pm at BLX in Ballarat

Places are limited to between 10 and 20 students.

Earl Leonard

The Rye Catchers (and many more)

Contact me via this blog, my twiiter or text 0411 492 572 to secure your spot.

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About earlleonardmusicforkids

Earl Leonard is a talented musician with an honest rocking style. Kids love his enthusiam and sense of fun. Performances for early primary and pre-school aged children are structured to leave room for participation; including changing well known song lyrics with the help of the kids. Songwriting workshops for grades 3 and up open a world of creativity; exploring language rhythm and rhyme. through all the fun and games children learn about words and music.
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