Song Improv 101
Bayfront Theater, San Francisco
- Thurs, August 13, 7-10pm
- Fri, August 14, 10am-5pm (with a 1-hour lunch break from 1-2pm)
- Sat, August 15, 10am-5pm (with a 1-hour lunch break from 1-2pm)
- Sun, August 16, 10am-1pm
Performance Showcase: Sunday, August 16, 2-4pm
Class size: 12 students maximum
Class hours: 18 hours of instruction total, see above schedule for a breakdown of hours each day
Prerequisite: Foundation 1 or equivalent. Please contact Regina Saisi, Dean, with any questions about prerequisites or your eligibility at firstname.lastname@example.org or 415-474-6776.
This 3-day intensive workshop is designed to teach the essential principles of how to create improvised solos, duets, and choruses. We break down the challenge of singing a song into its basics – breathing, ear and voice training, rhyme and rhythm exercises.
This is the perfect class for anyone interested in learning about the different elements of improvised songs. No previous singing training, performance, or experience is needed! All that’s required is a healthy sense of curiosity and the knowledge of your improv basics!
It’s also the perfect class for people who are scared of ANY kind of singing, whether improvised or not. Take it and surprise yourself.