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EVC's Vocal Technique Across Genres

This is a class for young singers ages 11-17 keen on developing their vocal technique in multiple styles of music, including classical, musical theater, and R&B/pop.

Vocal Technique Across Genres classes will be conducted through Zoom. Students are invited to participate in select in-person events such as end-of-semester concerts.

Appropriate for:

  • Students preparing auditions for specialized performing arts high schools
  • Pre-college students considering pursuing vocal performance
  • Choir singers, voice students, musical theater performers, and songwriters who want to improve their vocal technique

Topics include:

  • Posture and breathing, registration, diction
  • Maintaining your vocal health
  • Expressivity and storytelling through singing
  • Developing your unique style
  • Performing and auditioning​

Course includes:

  • 10 one-hour group sessions
  • 2 private sessions for each student

About Natalie

Natalie Fabian is a music educator, soprano, pianist, and composer/arranger across varied musical styles. Natalie received her undergraduate degree in Music Education from Hofstra University and holds a Masters of Arts in Music & Music Education from Teachers College, Columbia University. She has performed as a vocal soloist on the New York stages of Birdland, The Metropolitan Room, and Rockwood Music Hall. Her choral arrangements and original compositions were featured at Merkin Hall at Kaufman Music Center, Broadway Presbyterian Church, the Miller Theatre at Columbia University, and Milbank Chapel at Columbia University. Currently, Natalie is an Adjunct Instructor at Hofstra University, directing the Vocal Jazz 20 Choir. In addition, she holds a studio in private voice, piano, and composition study for students of all ages and directs the Every Voice Youth Choir.