The How to Belt Like a Pro Workshop is an open access, face-to-face workshop, open to any person interested in learning the skills to find and improve your belt voice.
Accessibility and diversity are important to AMTA. We will be seeking out and encouraging enrolments from First Nations and BIPOC artists, LGBTIQ+ artists, body and age diverse artists, artists with a disability, and culturally and linguistically diverse artists. We also have payment plan options available to financially challenged artists. If financial difficulties are a barrier to you enrolling in the course, please get in contact with us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
We are also committed to bringing world-class, theatrical training to all of Australia, especially regional areas. Therefore, this workshop will be held in a way to facilitate the learning of online participants joining us on Zoom, as well as the learning of participants who are attending in person. We encourage enrolments from participants anywhere in the world to join us either online or in person.
This course is run live in person but can also be attended online through Zoom.
$189 (incl GST)
Date & Session Times:
Time: 10:00am - 5:00pm
Date: TBC - We run this workshop regularly and record the workshop for participants to watch for up to 1 week after the session. As soon as the next date is confirmed this page will be updated.
If you would like access to this workshop ASAP – please email email@example.com and we will send you an invoice to pay for access to our last recording.
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