Horizon at Home – Sing with Keena

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The first class will meet Monday, June 1, 2020 from 7-8:30pm. Sign-up now! Slots are going fast! You can sign up to participate – or you can just sign up to watch!


Have you ever wanted to sing on Broadway or even on The Horizon stage??!!  Here is your chance!  As part of our new HORIZON AT HOME SERIES: HORIZON AT PLAY, we have designed a unique and fun experience for our audience, a chance to train with a professional voice teacher/singing coach.  Horizon’s SING WITH KEENA is an exciting new way to receive virtual voice lessons from a professional in a supportive and entertaining environment.

SIGN UP VIA ZOOM HERE!

*This class is designed for audience members, not professional actors/singers.

What You Learn

  • How to have a great performance even when you’re nervous.
  • How to feel more confident onstage 
  • Basic Breathing Techniques
  • Basic Singing Techniques

What You Need

  • The Karaoke Track and sheet music for 16 bars of a song  you feel passionate about in your singing register 

(Or choose one from the list below)

  • Wear clothes you feel comfortable in.
  • Come ready to learn and have fun!

A Few Song Suggestions:

  • Friendship
  • My Favorite Things
  • Someone To Watch Over Me
  • Smoke Gets In Your Eyes
  • Put On A Happy Face
  • If I Were A Rich Man
  • On The Street Where You Live
  • I Am The Very Model Of A Modern Major General
  • Happy Birthday

About Keena

In addition to a Masters Degree in Vocal Performance from The University of Florida, a Bachelor of Arts degree in Theatre and Music, and an Opera Certificate both from Brenau University, Keena Redding has over twenty-five years of professional teaching, directing, music directing, and performance experience.  She has performed lead roles at Atlanta Lyric, Georgia Ensemble Theatre, Horizon Theatre, Alliance Theatre, Out Front Theatre, and Georgia Shakespeare. Keena has served as music director for Waffle Palace Christmas (2019) and Madeline’s Christmas (8 years) at Horizon Theatre; Ghosts of Rock at the Woodruff Arts Center; and many award-winning productions at Tri-Cities High School and Fayette County High School. Keena is founder and teacher at HUMMINGBIRD STUDIOS, a voice and acting studio where she assists students with their vocal technique, acting skills and audition performance.