The Voicercise Winter Student Concert can be described with two words: genuine and compelling.
The highly anticipated performance of these student’s were definitely ones to see! Eighteen talented performers graced the stage with songs that ranged from rock, R&B, and even musical theatre. Some students played instruments, one even had choreography that went with his song, and some sang songs they wrote!
Roxy, who also performed a great duet with her husband Jonathan, introduced each performance. This was great because she gave us a bit of insight about each performer and how much they’ve progressed. This excited the audience even more to really pay attention to the singer’s voice and performance.
Jonathan Miller gave a Seminar on Stage Performance, for all the PerformersSome students performed for their first time ever while some of the other performers were not new to singing on stage in front of people. Those who were performing for the first time may have been a little nervous but the nerves were calmed after Jonathan Miller gave a performance seminar.
The seminar included the do’s and don’ts when being on stage and pointers on a great performance. When it was time to hit the stage, those who performed for their first time walked on stage with total enthusiasm and confidence.
Just How Talented Are These Students of all Ages and Genres?Imagine how entertaining it is to see how talented these students are. There’s something about that moment when a singer takes the stage and begins to sing and you had no idea people could even sing that great!
Even the younger performers blew me away with how much voice is inside their little bodies.
I described this concert as genuine because people who love and support Voicercise put it together for talented students who genuinely love singing and needed that experience to push them out of their shell and boost their confidence.
Everyone supported each other and kept the energy alive to defeat the pre-show jitters.
You could feel the love between the crew and performers, nothing but positive and loving vibes. As a singer, I can relate to feeling super nervous and judgmental (towards my singing). So I know that environments like this are a true encouragement and blessing.
As a Singer, Roxy Miller Has Definitely Come Through Her Own Experience with Stage Fright
It’s amazing what Roxy does for her students, I know that they appreciate her a lot not only as their teacher but also as the positive loving person that she is.
She, as a singer, also knows what it’s like to perform for the first time and the importance of battling stage fright. She takes her experiences and uses them to teach her student’s in the most effective way possible. And you can see how great her techniques work when you see her student’s get on that stage and perform their hearts out.
Written by Airis Kemp (Instagram: @loveairisstyle)