Estill Voice Training for Actors and Singers
Discover new strength, clarity, and color in your voice. In this course we will explore how Estill vocal technique—acclaimed by actors and singers the world over—can support and illuminate character and acting choices. Bring your bucket-list songs and/or monologues, and you’ll find new tools to tackle them. This is a great follow-up to Intro to Estill Voice Training, but previous Estill training is not required.
Online Class: Our Late Fall classes will take place entirely online via Zoom. Classes require live participation at the scheduled times using your own device. Zoom is most effective when used on a laptop, desktop computer, or tablet. Students using a cellphone to access class are likely to experience reduced functionality that may limit their ability to participate fully in class. Please review the technical requirements necessary to take part in an online class before enrolling. If these requirements pose any difficulties for you, please let us know.
Financial Aid: In an effort to make more classes financially accessible to students during the COVID-19 crisis, we are offering more financial aid than ever. If attending our courses at this time at full price would be difficult for you, please apply for assistance by November 2, 2020.
No class Nov 28 (Thanksgiving weekend)
Steve Quintilian, Estill Master Trainer, has been certified with EVI since 2014. He has been privileged to share his knowledge of the voice with actors, singers, music directors, teachers from the worlds of Broadway, opera, education and business through Estill weeklong courses and private coaching. He is an actor and a musician performing in the DMV, and teaches private lessons in Takoma Park. He recently performed in the six-month run of the musical Amazing Grace at the World Stage of the Museum of the Bible, directed by Broadway’s Gabriel Barré. He is the co-director of the newly founded Encore Theater Company in Takoma Park. He has a BA in music from Towson University, and is a graduate of the Theatre Lab Honors Acting Conservatory.