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September 11, 2020

ROCK THE AUDITION @ HARTT COMMUNITY SCHOOL!

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Rock the Audition at Hartt

Rock the Audition is now          at The Hartt School

ROCK THE AUDITION TEEN MASTERCLASS SESSION – HARTT COMMUNITY SCHOOL

Are you a teen who wants to master the most in-demand genre of musical theatre? The Hartt School is excited to welcome Rock the Audition to its programming starting this fall!  Sheri Sanders, Founder and CEO, is known world-wide as a “rock-music guru,” and has been changing the face of how musical theatre performers prepare for auditions for over a decade.

With RTA, Sheri has singlehandedly created an 8-week training program for singers, covering every style of popular music. She teaches musical theatre performers how to pick, cut, arrange, vocally style, interpret, and ACT Motown, 70s folk/rock, Disco, 80s pop/rock, contemporary pop/rock, punk and alternative rock music for the purpose of successfully auditioning for rock musicals. Not only has Sheri taught her program at over 80 universities, but she has recently joined forces with musicnotes.com, creating custom audition cuts of popular and musical theatre songs.

Hartt is now offering you the chance to learn from Sheri directly through her RTA program, which will run for the first time next month, remotely, from your own home! Each week students will perform a song cut, chosen by them from Sheri’s musicnotes.com cuts, after studying her online source material. This information will change the way you think of performing popular music, and will be an unforgettable learning experience. Space is extremely limited, with only

11 slots open for teen performers in grades 9-12. Reserve your spot now by clicking https://harttweb.asapconnected.com/classdetail.aspx?org=4387&pk=1777636. 

 

Rock the Audition Teen Masterclasses:

8 Saturdays, October 3-November 21, 2020

10:00am-12noon online via Zoom

$300.00 (8 sheet music selections included in the fee!)

Registration closes Friday, September 25, 2020

 

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