Abdolreza can help you if you are looking to find and reach your maximum vocal potential.
As a singer, vocal coach and music director, he has auditioned and educated hundreds of students in his career. He strives to provide the best possible music education for every student. This is accomplished by providing exciting work for the student, such as foundational vocal techniques, learning pieces, music theory, ear training, etc.
Lesson plans are customized to each student based on age, previous experience, style, individual goals, etc.
Abdolreza is passionate about helping their students find confidence and core strength in their singing through the study of solid technique and interpretation. Whether you want to sing opera, pop, musical theatre, folk song or just because you love to sing, he can help you sing better, more comfortably, and confidently. He will always focus on what is best for your voice and what you want to sing.
These are some of the areas that he works on:
Vocal Quality: Is your voice pleasant to listen to? Are you controlling your breath, posture, and other aspects of vocal production to get a good "sound?" Does your voice sound healthy?
Intonation: Are you singing "in tune?"
The most basic definition of "singing in tune" is "matching pitch." This means you can sing the right note at the right moment in the melody.
Vocal Range: What is your vocal range? Did you find your voice type?
Vocal range is a measurement of the distance from the lowest note to the highest note that a person can sing. Vocal range is very helpful in defining a singer's voice type (Bass, Bariton, Tenor, Alto, Mezzo and Soprano), measuring vocal progress over time and choosing songs and repertoire that fit a singer's voice.
Rhythmic Interpretation: Is the rhythmic feel correct for the musical style and tempo?
Song Choice/Prep: Is the song a good song for you to sing? Is it a good audition song? Are the lyrics memorized? Do you have it in the right key?
Diction: Can we understand the words?
Diction is simply the pronunciation or enunciation of your vocal expression.
Dynamics: Are you using them to your advantage? Dynamics refers to sound level, articulations, and transitory elements such as vibrato, glissandos, or cadenzas.
Stage Presence: Do you seem comfortable on the stage? Are your attire, movements, and facial expressions all appropriate to the song and the musical setting?
Each online lesson takes place between the teacher and one student for either 30 or 60 minutes.