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Music Theatre and Estill

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Course ID: 399
Date: 2019/08/21 to 2019/08/21 (YYYY/MM/DD) Time: 9.30am - 5.30pm Cost: £100 Language: English
Instructors: Stephanie Marko
Contact: Stephanie Marko | | +610434476406
Course Location:
Glasgow Kelvin College
1200 Westerhouse Road 
Glasgow Scotland
United Kingdom

Pre-requisite required: Estill Level 1&2 or a Full Day Estill Introductory Course.

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Music theatre has a variety of different styles within the genre. 

Stephanie Marko understands and has had first hand experience with the changing music genres required to be employable in the Music Theatre industry. For example, whilst doing Phantom of the Opera in Germany, playing Carlotta (Operatic Dramatic Coloratura) she was summoned to the Cats Theatre to play Grizabella (Mezzo Belter) for one night due to illnesses at the theatre. Stephanie then moved on after this contract to an 80s music based show and she was singing Love is a Battlefield (Pat Benatar), Pink Cadillac and How Will I Know (Whitney) whilst dancing. This was the normal pattern of her career as it is for many.

In the Music Theatre Industry you need to say Yes to everything, so make sure you are prepared!! Be able to take direction! Create the sounds your director is asking for with vocal health in mind, then to repeat it 8 shows a week safely. 

The Estill Voice Model makes these transitions clear, aesthetic free and fun to learn. 

Come along for a day of working through Estill Voice Training recipes that allow you to change your vocal qualities to achieve different genre sounds within Music Theatre.

About The Voice Gym - Stephanie Marko:

The Voice Gym is a voice studio that specialises in The Estill Model and craft application. Stephane and Gerald Marko are the directors and they are both EMCIs with Testing Privileges. The Voice Gym mission is to give the power back to the singer/speaker to control their mechanism and apply it to any artistry of their choosing. Both Gerald and Stephanie are puzzlers. Craft offers a creative and inspired opportunity for them to find and solve the issues and release the artistry choices and performance. They enjoy working with open and courageous teachers who continue to be learners. They also work in conjunction with Speech and Language Pathologists and Otolaryngologists to assist/coach injured voices to recover and return with healthier habits (and get that spark of joy back).

Stephanie is a EMCI with Testing Privileges from Melbourne, Australia. She has extensive knowledge in the application of the Estill Voice Model in a wide range of genre. She has taught the Estill Courses for 10 years around the world. Stephanie currently teaches at the Contemporary Voice and Music Theatre at Popular Voice Degree at Monash University and Masters of Teaching Performance at Melbourne University as well as with The Voice Gym. Stephanie has taught children, pre-school to matriculation for over thirty years in schools, workshops and dance schools and is currently opening The Voice Gym Kids.

She has performed on a wide range of stages in Australia and Europe, in styles including Opera, Music Theatre, Cover bands, Corporate gigs - Contemporary (Pop, Rock, Soul) and Music Theatre promotion in Europe, Backing Vocals, Session Singing, Choral Work and Musical Direction of Music Theatre. This experience gives Stephanie the insight to apply Estill Voice Training over a wide variety of genres and the understanding of the needs of performers and voice teachers. 

Stephanie's Music Theatre credits include Grizabella (Jellylorum cover) in Cats - Denmark (in Danish), Gumbie/Jenny Anydots in Cats Germany (German) and Carlotta in Phantom of the Opera in Germany (German). She toured Australasia with Gordon/Frost's production of Hello Dolly that went on to win Tony Awards, and Carmen (Stadium Production) with Opera Australia. She has also worked in Gary Ginivan Pantomime, Corporate Gig Music Theatre Shows throughout Germany and is currently Musical Director for a production of Addams Family Musical in Melbourne.

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