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Write:Record:Release - Performance & Stagecraft

  • Dubrek Studios 6 Becket Street Derby, England, DE1 1HT United Kingdom (map)
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Performance & Stagecraft with Hannah Sharples

Vocal coach Hannah Sharples will guide the musician with techniques on how to present yourself on stage, enabling you to engage the audience with confidence. This will be an overview from warming up to utilising your presence in your performance. We will be joined by Steven Battelle, solo artist and previously front man of critically acclaimed rock band Lost Alone to discuss this topic further and field questions from the participants.

Hannah Fay Sharples

Hannah Fay Sharples is a Vocal Coach with an edge, the edge being she is a mindset expert: she is a qualified Neuro Linguistics Programming Practitioner and Hypnotherapist, as well as being a recording artist and gigging musician with over 20 years experience. She has helped many singers, including professionals, overcome technical issues within their vocals and also their mindset blocks, whether performance or recording related. Her approach to each client is as individual as their are, and as unique as her skill set, which is why clients’ general feedback on a first session is that they have learnt more in that session than they have in a year’s worth of lessons with their previous singing teacher! Hannah graduated over 20 years ago with a degree in Music with voice and saxophone as her instruments, and has taught for over 15 years whilst pursuing her own musical career, so she understand the challenges faced by musicians first hand.

Write:Record:Release is a step by step guide for the musician explaining the processes of songwriting, composition, vocals & performance, recording & production, mastering, releasing and publishing, and the music business. Industry professionals will demystify each stage, adding valuable tips from their own wealth of knowledge giving each musician the necessary tools to improve their craft and further their career. These will take the form of a dedicated one hour workshop followed by an hour panel discussion and Q&A session with the group.