This Could be You
Improving Your Singing Skills in a Free Voice Class for Men
Register to attend 5 Tuesday evening men’s voice class sessions:
February 25 – March 24, 2020
Fullerton Union High School Choir Room
201 E Chapman Ave, Fullerton, California
We’ll show you techniques professional vocalists use to make singing seem easy:
- Positioning your body to eliminate strain in your voice
- Controlling air flow to create a fuller sound
- Using natural body resonators to amplify your voice
- Eliminating tension to make high notes easy
- Using volume changes to express emotion
Your Voice Instructor
Andrew S. Hernandez is a gifted musician, singer and teacher on the rise. At 22 years of age he has already taught high school and middle school music classes in choir and ukulele, conducted Menotti’s 20th century opera, “The Telephone”, served as choral director of the Mu Phi Epsilon music fraternity at CSUF, and performed with the acclaimed Masters of Harmony chorus, winning 3rd place in international competition. He currently performs with the prestigious University Singers at CSUF. In addition to his expertise as a music teacher, Mr. Hernandez brings great enthusiasm and fun to his music, and he is ready to share it with you.
Register for Your Free Men's Voice Class (5 sessions) . . .
This free voice class is offered by the Orange Empire Chorus, Fullerton’s barbershop men’s chorus since 1957. We are men who love to sing, and we want to help others enjoy singing. Class members are welcome to visit our rehearsals (next door) to find out more about us.
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