Nourishing God-given Talents
Are you a singer looking for your big break? Have you ever wondered what exactly are producers and theatre directors looking for? Sean Martinfield knows the answer and has solid success stories from his students to back him up. This seasoned vocal coach draws from his 25 years of experience as a professional singer and as a music/theatre critic for SanFranciscoSentinel.com and Examiner.com to technically and artistically develop a student's singing voice and help him reach his full potential.
I know from experience and on all kinds of levels what producers and casting directors are looking for. My best coaches were those who had also sustained long careers as professional singers before following their passion to teach. They, too, knew what producers were looking for. They understood what needed fixing in my voice and taught me how to adjust my vocal work-out. I'm doing the same for my students today...My clients are working, so can you.
This dedicated mentor uses his own unique approach to help aspiring singers and actors by identifying what needs to be adjusted and developing their own techniques. These techniques are their guiding light under the pressures of an audition, a performance or competition.
Just like professional athletes who train with coaches in order to maintain their skills and competitive edge, singers must keep their voice in shape to deal with all sorts of physical and artistic challenges. I teach my clients a reliable work-out that maximizes and protects their vocal range, keeps the dynamics strong and their performance chops ready-to-go at all times.
While the ability to sing is indeed a God-given gift, this talent has to be nurtured and fine-tuned just like any other instrument...and what better way to do it than under the guidance of a maestro who not only knows how to do it but does it really well.