Linda Barbieri, Instructor
Singers will study and prepare works from the musical theatre repertoire. Solo repertoire will be assigned from the early decades of the 1900s, spanning to contemporary works, as students gather a sense of the history of this ever-expanding genre. Using a "master class" setting with constructive critique from the instructor and members of the class, students will delve into character, style, and text. The class will culminate in a performance of the works studied in class.
Prerequisite: Interest in musical theatre and singing; prior vocal training and musical independence helpful but not necessary (please keep in mind that this is not a vocal training class).
Saturday, 9:00 - 10:00 AM. One semester course, offered both during the Fall Semester and the Spring Semester.