I have always enjoyed singing in a low register, but been made to feel like this is something weird and not feminine. Male MT performers always get fantastic low songs whereas ladies are expected to be sopranos! Personally I'd rather sing Phantom than Christine!
For a while now I've been thinking - wouldn't it be great if we could reclaim low songs for ladies? Show the world that women can sing low songs and still be feminine and sexy/soulful.
Now I'm thinking that maybe the best way to do this is to team up with two or three other ladies and start a group together. Initially we could record covers from home and build our YouTube channel. Then as lockdown lifts we can rehearse in person and look for live performance opportunities.
* Please be able to sing in a low register. And have examples of your voice that you can share.
* Not a requirement, but it would be great if you have a home mic setup so we can do remote recordings. (Myself I have an AT4040 voiceover mic.)
* Ideally if you are also London based that will help for rehearsing/performing in person.
If this sounds like your thing then I'd love to hear from you!
No funding/fees paid as this is a collaboration, but all profit from eventual gigs, and/or YouTube add revenue etc. will of course be equally split.
I enjoy singing a variety of styles, so I would love the group to sing a mix of musical theatre, pop, soul/Mowtown, Jazz standards, and anything else we feel like trying!
Any questions do let me know.
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Examples of my cover songs can be sent after applying.
Edited 29 April 2021
Female Singer Alto/Tenor
Female, aged 18 and over
Applications closed 30 May 2021.