How to sing Musical Theater – Singing Techniques

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How to sing Musical Theater – Singing Techniques

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This video discusses:

2 Styles of Musical Theater

1. Contemporary Music Theater Sound
-What is a Chest Dominant Mix
-Chest Dominant Mix Exercise

2. More Legit Musical Theater Sound
-What is a Head Dominant Sound
-Head Dominant Mix Exercise

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39 thoughts on “How to sing Musical Theater – Singing Techniques

  1. Hey Kerri! I have a question for you…
    I don’t have a chest voice.
    Like.
    At all.
    It sounds weird, but it’s true!
    Even when I talk, it’s in the mask of my face.
    I mostly sing from the mask of my face with a ton of resonance up in my
    head.
    If you, or anyone for that matter, has any tips on how to get that
    contemporary musical theatre sound with my inability to use a chest voice,
    then those tips would be greatly appreciated! :)

  2. Can u do a video on how to sing “wouldn’t it be lovely” from my fair lady.
    I have to sing this for my musical theatre course in college so it would be
    helpful! Thanks :)xx

  3. I used to call out peeps with the chest dominant mix(I never knew that)
    and the peeps would be like ” wow that was pretty!” and I would be like
    really confused and now I understand why xD 

  4. Omgee!! I love it! Apparently I’m more of a Head voice musical type and
    didn’t know that. you got me pumped up to develop my head voice more!!
    Thank you! You’re making this so much fun I haven’t sang in over 5. 🙂 

  5. Omgee!! I love it! Apparently I’m more of a Head voice musical type and
    didn’t know that. you got me pumped up to develop my head voice more!!
    Thank you! You’re making this so much fun I haven’t sang in over 5. 🙂 

  6. THANK YOU FOR BEING SO GREAT. I NEED THESE MIC VOICES TO LEARN AND THIS IS
    FABBY I ALWAYS LOVED THE SOUND OF MUSIC EVER WHEN I WAS A KID I EVEN
    WATCHED IT WITH MY NEIGHBOUR <3 GOOD MEMORIES, YOUR FANTASTIC TEACHER...AND
    I REALLY NEED TO LEARN THESE THINGS UP.. I GUESS IT TAKES TIME.

  7. Phantom of the Opera is my all time favorite musical!! Thanks so much for
    the tips . I really need to be on Broadway as Christine…

  8. Love your vids! Would you be able to do a “How to Sing Somewhere Over the
    Rainbow”? I got casted as Dorothy and am need of lots of help!! X

  9. Could you please make a video about how to sing “Moments in the woods” from
    “Into the woods”? I’m playing the Baker’s wife in my school play and I have
    a little problem with “Moments in the woods”, specially the higher parts
    like “Just a moment, one peculiar passing moment…” or “Now I understand
    and it’s time to leave the woods” because it sounds too strong and heavy
    when I sing it, and it’s supposed to sound sweeter… CAN YOU HELP ME?
    Thank you!

  10. You’re amazing!!! I love how you use classics and modern plays, and I also
    couldn’t help but notice how beautiful your voice is

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