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Revealing the Story

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with Rosana Eckert, July 9, 3PM ET

  • 15 US dollars
  • Online

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We've heard it all's all about telling the story, right? While sometimes is can come from deep in your soul, when it doesn't, there's a systematic approach you can take to help the story to surface in your interpretation. From Rosana's book, Singing with Expression, learn her step-by-step approach to Revealing the Story of a Song. Praised as a world-class artist, and with an international reputation in several facets of the music industry, Rosana Eckert wears many hats as a versatile live and studio vocalist, a dynamic improviser, a creative songwriter and arranger, and a masterful educator of jazz and voice. As a solo artist, her shows are an effortless blend of tradition and originality, sincerity and virtuosity, humor and heart. She has performed and recorded with many jazz luminaries, including Christian McBride, Bobby McFerrin, Kenny Wheeler, Marvin Stamm, and the New York Voices. A renowned educator, Rosana is Principal Lecturer of jazz voice at the University of North Texas. She has helped build the thriving UNT vocal jazz department since 1999, teaching private jazz voice lessons and performance techniques, and creating new courses in songwriting and vocal pedagogy. Rosana is also in demand as a commissioned choral composer/arranger, guest conductor, and author. Her book, Singing with Expression has been praised as an unparalleled resource for contemporary singers, and she was a contributing author for The Voice Teacher’s Cookbook, which features “recipes” from 50 renowned voice teachers from around the country. In addition to her extensive live performing, writing, and teaching, Rosana works regularly as a studio vocalist, producer, and voice-over actor in Dallas, TX.

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