Lari gives insight on being a complete performer by comparing and contrasting confidence and vulnerability. As singers put themselves out there when they perform, Lari has some great ideas and ways to approach how to connect with your audience with the correct amount of vulnerability.
- This lesson is called, Vulnerability.…And for a lot of us,…that's a scary word,…especially as performers,…because we spend so much time and attention…on presenting ourselves as confident.…Confident, in control, together…and worthy of being on stage right?…You're going to get up,…you're going to entertain people…and be the star.…And we always think of stars…as carrying themselves with confidence…and a sense of power…and kind of inner strength.…
I have learned through personal experience…and a lot of really amazing,…experienced, veteran performers,…that are some of my favorite performers,…that confidence is really an equation…that means the combination of preparation…and vulnerability.…It's not something I typically…or historically would associate with being vulnerable.…
Confidence and vulnerability seem in some ways,…to be at odds with each other…and maybe it's a little counter intuitive…but the fact is, is that,…especially as a performer,…especially as someone who is going to get up on stage…and try to make a human connection…
Note: This course was recorded and produced by ArtistWorks. We're pleased to host this training in our library.
- The history of singing in human culture
- Reviewing the key ingredients needed to be ready to sing
- Understanding your vocal instrument
- Caring for your voice
- Building core strength
- Developing the correct mental approach to singing
- Key terms and vocabulary of the music language
- Using a piano to find the right key
Skill Level Beginner
1. Getting Started
2. Understanding Your Vocal Instrument
3. Core Strength Building for Singers
4. Speaking the Language of Music
Mind: The thinking singer3m 37s
5. Using a Piano to Find the Right Key
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