Broadway Vocals and Projection

Ever wonder how broadway singers perform night after night and make it look totally effortless? It takes an incredibly versatile and seasoned vocalist to become established in the competitive broadway scene and vocal training is a must! 

To craft an iconic broadway sound, one should ideally master the four genres which include traditional, belting, contemporary and pop/rock. Almost every broadway musical can be categorized into one of these genres so it is imperative to nail each one with confidence. In doing so, you’ll better prepare yourself to audition for Camelot Avenue Q and Chicago all in the same week. 

Developing a powerful voice like Ethel Merman or Patti LuPone is no small feat. Many broadway singers use a technique called diaphragmatic breathing to help with projecting the voice. Diaphragmatic breathing requires completely engaging the diaphragm and abdominal muscles in order to produce the maximum sound. 

After all is said and done, there are many things to consider while pursuing a career as a broadway singer. Vocal training along with consistent practice will automatically put you on the right path towards success.