How can you improve your voice? Subscribe and get 6 points packed in 2 videos to start singing better. They are basic points that are important for everybody that loves singing!
Maybe you always liked singing and your favourite singer is your big example. You’ve heard this singer on Youtube, a cd or even live. But whenever you try something yourself, it doesn’t sound that nice. So you give up and think: “It’s better if I stick to singing at loud parties or in the shower so nobody can hear me because I can never have that much talent.
Your voice is different from your favourite singer and so you will probably never sound the same. This is a good thing because that’s why we have so much diversity in voices.
So now you see that saying you don’t have talent is like a kid saying it can’t walk without even trying once. The good thing is that it’s never too late to learn something and these videos are a great way to start for learning how to sing better. You will learn how to find your confidence in singing and get useful advice for improving your voice.
You’ll receive via email the link to access the 2 videos. As there is pretty a lot of content, we decided to split the six points into two videos to simplify your learning experience. You will receive the first video immediately and the second video after two days. You’ll need an internet connection for watching the videos.
My name is Boukje van Gelder and I’ve sung ever since I was 2 years old. At first just with my mum behind the piano, later in children’s choirs and when I was 16, I started with vocal lessons. From then on I gradually improved myself with the help of many great teachers until I ended up as a Master of Music in classical singing. For 5 years I also teach singing and I love doing that because with every student you need to find other ways of helping him or her to get where he or she wants to go.
Because I can control my voice better than any other musical instruments. I love that it can make so many different kinds of sounds and that it can speak so many languages.