Singers are notoriously in our heads.
While acting requires vulnerability and right-brained artistry, singing requires technical prowess and left-brained analysis.
The great acting teacher Sanford Meisner tells us that
“thinking has no part in this process.”
Can truthful acting and beautiful singing coexist
...and could Meisner be the link?
We have four spots open in Jillian Paige's Wednesday 6:00pm ET class
and three available in Sakile Camara's
Saturday 1:00pm ET class!
As part of our mission to provide aid to those who have experienced adversity, especially in the arts, we invite all Black artists to take part in our free Safe Place to Repeat monthly session with our incredible teacher, Sakile Camara.
Whether you're a beginner or a seasoned Meisner actor, we'll work with the Meisner exercise of repetition, which helps us to embrace our uninhibited selves and learn to act freely on our impulses.
Black artists are invited to join us December 9th for
Meisner in Music teaches singers to stay out of their heads
by singing into the moment.
Our class allows singers to
Act on impulse rather than editing and over-thinking
Cease worrying about sound and have confidence in their vocal technique
Trust that they are enough and that their connectedness to what they're focused on will speak for itself
Come join us to experience this game-changing technique
& create your most truthful acting in song.
"Meisner in Music is an amazing class that welcomes performers and artists of all backgrounds. It gets you out of your head and into the world of your piece with tremendous freedom and liberation."
"Meisner in Music helped me become a more dynamic performer by giving me tools to tap into my impulses. I've become more present onstage, allowing me to truly convey a message."
"Meisner in Music is what every singing actor needs! It allows a singer to unlock the truths about their music, frees them from feeling focused on technique, and allows the authentic voice and message to flow through."