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The Skills Program is an exciting new addition to the GoU curriculum. It offers a variety of classes in theater, film, writing, and improvisation. Each semester will have different choices, so check back to see if there’s something that interests you.
Musical Improv: Voice 1 | Teacher: Jeremy St. Martin | Mondays 7-10PM | $225
Musical Improv: Voice 1 is a preview class for the Go U Musical Improv Program. Just like learning improv, you must learn the skills first and build on them. Doing musical improv is the same: building up skills with your voice. The musical improv scene is growing in the Detroit area, offering a fresh take on improv. However, singing can seem intimidating to many people, including those who perform improv regularly. Go Comedy does know this though: everyone can do musical improv! This course is designed to help you bring out confidence in your voice using your natural talents, as well as building on various vocal techniques and warm ups. Learn the basics of breath control, voice placement, and posture. In order to do musical improv, you need to have confidence in your voice. This course will help you find it and develop it. The course will prepare you to perform a small private recital at the end (guests will be invite only).
No improv experience necessary (so whatever class level you're at, or have already graduated, this class is for you)
Signing up: those interested in taking the course must email Gary Lehman (firstname.lastname@example.org) with the following information:
- Ability to commit to all eight class dates (plus Recital date TBD, but between Week 7 and Week 8 classes)
- Any previous music and/or voice experience
- Reasons you'd like to take this class, and how you hope to benefit from it