|Bristol Voice Studios Metrowest • 5 Pleasant St. • Worcester • MA • 01602|
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Now in Worcester, MA. Call Patrice today at 774-275-0564 to schedule your FREE introductory consultation!
Are you singing contemporary music but only finding classical and musical theater teachers?
Bristol Voice Studios offers a unique and effective vocal method for all styles of
contemporary music not found anywhere else!
|Free Introductory Voice Consultation!
some of our students said about our vocal program:
"Wow I can't even begin to tell you how far I've come vocally since studying the Bristol Voice Method! Before I came to Bristol I trained in the classical and musical theater method of singing, but always wanted to learn the pop method. I would get so frustrated trying to figure out how to sing like my favorite artists i.e. Mariah Carey and En Vogue and would blow out my voice in the process! It wasn't until I joined Jada and learned the pop/gospel method that I really found my voice and was finally able to sing like my favorite artists without blowing out my voice! It was a big win for me! From this method I have gained invaluable technique and the confidence to be able to sing whatever my heart desires!" - Lauren O'Keefe
"Studying voice and artist development at Bristol Studios has helped me in so many ways!! I began as a voice student of Ric's and it took off from there! Opportunity really knocked when I was invited to become a member of the group JADA shortly after joining the voice program.
Training at Bristol every day-I'm really learning about and improving all of my skills as an artist. From vocal performance, to dance training, to songwriting and self-promotion, I have gained more confidence and become a well rounded performer and business person. In my opinion, you can read about any subject, but actually putting it into practice is a whole different ball game! You get to do that here!
It's so vital to have an actual program to follow (in the artist development program, and the voice program) that way you get to focus on what elements need to be in place and worked on to bring yourself to the level you want to achieve as an artist! I definitely wouldn't be where I am now (a major label recording artist) if it weren't for the guidance and training from Ric, Laura and the entire Bristol team!" - Jacyn Tremblay
I teaches the Basics - Breathing, Vowel Shapes, The Four Basic
Tones of pop, and Building a Repertoire. At the end of Level I a
student no longer has questions about how to produce the sounds he or
she hears on recordings. They can identify everything. A person who
completes Level I has tangible abilities when done. This is a big contrast to
studying voice, going on for years and never knowing where you're at,
or how good you are. Whether a beginner or professional 'coming in for
a tune up', every singer must master Level I exercises. I have found
that every good to excellent singer coming to us with vocal problems or
trouble has basics that need review. And 99% of the time the trouble
spots have to do with the very first few exercises contained in Level
I! Once corrected they fly through the rest of the program and are back
on their way. Beginners typically get through Level I in 3-5 months.
On Level II, students are trained to Master their Tone Quality, conquer the art of Embellishment, Develop Dynamic Quality (control of volume and tone), control Vibrato and hone professional Performance Skills. This is a longer level and can take from 9 months to a year and a half. Performance and Repertoire are emphasized at this level. And students, even when they are not yet completed on this level start to really get their careers in motion.
Level III covers the remaining points of precision in singing as well as, full development of one's style, career orientation, and auditioning- full professionalism in all it's aspects.
Call or email Patrice today at 774-275-0564 for a free introductory vocal evaluation.
More Bristol Voice Studios Success Stories...
I came to Bristol that I heard the analogy ‘Why would you take
tap dancing from a ballet instructor?'" he said. "And that seemed to
hit the nail right on the head. I'm a punk rock singer, but I had
basically been going to people who were trying to teach me classical
music." -Al Barr, Lead Singer, Drop Kick Murphy's.
"I came to Bristol Voice Studios with a classical/musical theater background. After my first lesson with Ric, I realized my potential as a pop singer. After the second lesson I was amazed at what my true vocal range was, and I realized that I had been singing incorrectly for the kind of music I actually liked to sing. The opera sound won’t cut it in the pop scene. I am very confident that the Bristol Voice Method program can make any singer reach their full potential." –J.T.
have far more knowledge of how to sing properly. Because of
my teacher Brent, I have developed better control of my voice, and
expanded my range. The program at Bristol Studios is absolutely
phenomenal. People have really noticed the improvements in my