Singing; The complete, full body experience
A Lecture Recital
University of Mary Washington
For immediate release
Kill date: 4/10/2016
Event: Singing; The complete, full body experience
Who: Abigail Moran
What: A vocal recital and voice clinic featuring…blah blah blah
When: Saturday April 9, 2016 at 4pm
Where: University of Mary Washington, Recital hall – Pollard 304
Contact: Abigail Moran – call: ***-***-**** email: *******@.umw.edu
Anyone can sing perfectly, right? Perhaps not. For as much as everyone wishes they could be the next Adele, they might want to give it a second thought. Singing is not a joke – it’s hard and damaging if not done correctly. This clinic will explain and demonstrate correct singing techniques of various styles. Not only will there be applications for the audience members to become better singers themselves, but there will also be fantastic performances and free food to follow!
Abigail Moran has studied voice for years with Professor Kathy Ahearn at the University of Mary Washington. Over years of study she has studied the physical anatomy of the throat and best practices of many different genres. As an accomplished singer and music director of the UMW show choir she can expand the horizons of vocal understanding.
This clinic and performance will pull the curtain back on performers and expose singing for what it really is. Audiences will walk away with more knowledge of themselves and their singing capabilities than ever before. UMW is excited to host and present such an intuitive and valuable clinic.