July: Performance Workshop With Former Universal Artist April Forrest!

Have you ever wondered what makes a successful entertainer, or what it may take to get to the top? Does it matter how many high notes you can hit or what outfit you wear? If you don’t play an instrument or dance can you still be an incredible performer?

Find out the answers to all these questions along with expert coaching on how to make YOUR live performance a show stopper. Learn the fundamentals of a great performance and find out what makes your onstage presence unique from everyone else.

When: July 15th & 16th

Time: Saturday 3-6pm & Sunday 12-3pm

Cost: $275

About April:
April Forrest has over 500 performances under her belt, including singing at highly esteemed venues such as Madison Square Garden, Xfinity Center (Kiss Concert), and Gillette Stadium. April has also shared the stage with stars like Britney Spears, Black Eyed Peas, and Ciara! While signed to Universal Motown Records as part of the Boston based pop/r&b girl group JADA, April has done two national tours in the US and worked with music industry A-list producers and directors.

Check out what others are saying:

“The performance workshop has helped me. So much that I did it a second time! You coach others with different drills, but you also learn as a student as well. It can teach you how to be one with the music; meaning you get what the song is trying to express. Which makes it all the more amazing.” — CL
“The performance workshop helped me see how I have to create a mood and keep the audience engaged through my delivery of the song. There are multiple ways to do this, such as through body language, moving to the beat, or through facial expression. I can use these cues to my advantage to augment my delivery.” — TZ

“I liked how we would sing and then April would make us stop to tell us how we could improve our movement while singing. What really helped me was when the audience would start being really excited or angry or sad. It helped me perform even when the audience isn’t the best, and I really appreciated the experience!” — MR

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