“Queenie van de Zandt’s voice is a force to be reckoned with”
What is belting? Well, it's basically what singers do when they sing very high notes, loudly, with passion. In this online workshop, AMTA’s Founder & Head Honcho, Queenie van de Zandt – renowned musical theatre and cabaret performer, will teach you some really simple exercises that she’s gathered over the past 30+ years which are going to help you find and improve your belt voice.
If you're finding that your voice isn’t supporting you when you want to express those big feelings that go with belting a note, if your voice is breaking or shaky, or it hurts when you belt, and you want to learn how to healthily match your voice with your passion – then this would be a perfect workshop for you.
All the exercises Queenie will teach you in this workshop are healthy and safe and are the exercises that she learned that allowed her to extend her belt range and develop the incredible belt voice that she is famous for.
If you want to know more (and watch some of Queenie’s phenomenal belting) check out the video below.
“However, the performance of the evening went to Queenie van de Zandt and her earth-shattering cover of ‘What Kind of Fool Am I?’ Standing stoically centre stage she took her time to build the song to an almost unbearably powerful conclusion. Her breathtaking clarion belt delivered the song to dizzying heights in an incredible display of precision, power and passion; she sung the crap out of that song!”
Want to be on the AMTA Mailing List so that you’ll get discounts on enrolments and be the first to hear about our workshops and courses? You can do that below.Join our mailing list