Santa Barbara, CA, April 15, 2015 - Do you watch American Idol every week, wishing you were on stage singing your heart out? A workshop with music teacher Emily Yurcheshen will help you bring the best of you, your voice! Emily has just released a music essentials for anyone who wish to wake up their inner voice. “What seems like natural talent in a great singer is in reality a mixture of skill, training, and most importantly a confidence built with someone who’d been there, like I was” says Emily who herself was frustrated when she try to learn playing the guitar years ago. An Odyssey of Song is a complete guide to helping aspiring artists develop and manage their voice, learn solid techniques for singing, and improve their stage presence. It also provides an overview of music theory and reading, and indispensable tips for forging a singing career. The workshop includes a journey through ‘An Odyssey of Song’s’ book.
Emily Yurcheshen is an author singer/songwriter, creativity coach, inspirational speaker, and director of Peaceworks Communications (website url), a mission promoting personal and planetary peace through music, creativity and communication. As a child Emily loved to sing and dance with her father, but never imagined she would be a musician and published author. Emily’s travels took her on a healing world odyssey that taught her how to hear the songs and stories in her heart. Upon returning from this magical journey, she began teaching others to find the music within and transform their lives through sound, song and story. With a progressive educational background, Emily performs and leads workshops and retreats worldwide on creativity as well as teaching singing, songwriting, guitar, piano and ukulele.
Optional comment: Yurcheshen comments, “My philosophy is to teach students to use their voice as an instrument to attain self mastery. I’m able to take away vocal and performance habits that don’t work; give students a new, more effective ‘vocal toolbox’; and focus on developing the talent that’s already there. Having made the journey myself, I know what it takes to get there.”
This workshop will take place at First United Methodist Church, located at 305 Anapamu St., sessions will start on Tuesday, May 5, 2015 from 6:45 to 8:45 pm. The cost is $20 for drop-in and if people want to sign up for the 6 week series, it is $200 which includes my book. Call to reserve your space at 805-458-3987. For additional info, contact Emily at: email@example.com