You fell in love with singing for a reason.
But if life has made you feel like
you once loved singing but now dread it,
anytime you sing for others, it becomes more about vocal tricks than human truths,
your vocal training has gotten you further in your head,
this course was created for you.
The Meisner in Music 12 Week Online Course
is for the self-starter and the go-at-your-own-pace learner.
Our parallel membership for the course allows students to apply the work in real-time and get individualized feedback.
"Meisner in Music qualmed my fears about feeling pressured and judged in a class with other actors. This class stressed authenticity and embracing every single thing about yourself and your environment, which cracked me open and gave me permission to let go of perfectionism, suppression, and facades. After taking this class, I am addicted to the feeling of being this
open and aware."
- Lauren U.
"Meisner in Music's supportive and loving environment creates a safe space for all actors that allows us to spread our wings and leave self judgements at the door. It gets you out of your head and into the world of your piece with tremendous
freedom and liberation."
- Savannah L.
Meisner is not just an acting technique,
it's a psychosomatic tool
to help singers with
"Meisner in Music introduced me to performing without stage fright. For the first time, I could sing without an inner monologue of pressure and inferiority."
- Kyle H.
"Meisner in Music is what every singing actor needs. It frees them from feeling focused on technique and allows the authentic voice to flow through. I was surprised by the amazing benefits it actually brought to my voice!"
- Anna L.
"Meisner in Music helped me gain a new sense of trust in myself and love of art and performance. I didn't expect for performance to finally feel easy again."
- Corey T.
Weeks 5 - 8
In the second four weeks, singers will delve into emotional preparation, learning how to:
- "Pinch themselves"
- Prepare outside the door
- Remain focused and in the moment
-Reroute themselves back to the present moment when their brains or voices go wayward
In the first four weeks, singers will learn to:
- Act before they think
- Own their opinions
- Trust their impulses
- Safely uncover their emotional wounds
Weeks 1 - 4
Weeks 9 - 12
In the final four weeks, singers will discover how to:
- Apply the work in their practice
- Navigate technically difficult passages
- Prepare a character
- Trust their voices