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Greg and Rhonda weekend event 21st and 22nd October

Schedule and Prices

SATURDAY 21ST  (9.30 – 4.30)  £95

9.30 - 9.45           Introduction
9.45 - 11.15         Greg Principles of vocal technique
11.15 - 11.30       Coffee break
11.30 - 1.00         Rhonda Principles of performance
1.00 - 2.00           Lunch Break (not included)
2.00 - 4.30           Greg & Rhonda – Masterclass  vocal & performance technique (only 6 singer participants)

                                (If you want to be a participants for £110 please contact us)

SUNDAY 22ND  (10am – 5pm)

Morning £45
10.00  - 11.30      Rhonda Connecting to your body – Movement in performance
                          or  Greg –   Vocal Technique
11.45 - 1.15         Rhonda – Connecting to the lyric
                          or  Greg – The mix voice in different styles – RnB versus Legit.
1.15 – 2.00          Lunch Break (not included)

Afternoon £55
2.00 – 5.00           Greg & Rhonda - Teaching technique for voice & Performance

                            (for Teachers)

Saturday day and Sunday morning  deal  £130 

* Discount is not applicable on Sunday Afternoon

Do you feel limited by your voice?  
Is a lack of vocal ability hampering your ability to express yourself as freely as you wish? Are you worrying more about hitting those high notes without your voice breaking or abrupt changes in tone quality than the message you wish to convey to your audience? Do you lack consistency or versatility in your singing? Does your voice tire easily?  

How well do you really connect to the lyric, to the music, to the audience?  
Do you long to be able to really engage and move your audience through your performance?

World top voice and performance coaches, Greg Enriquez and Rhonda Carlson will be over from Las Vegas to teach a weekend of workshops, masterclasses and private lessons in London combining singing and performance technique.   
For those of you who have been lucky enough to train with Greg or with Rhonda, this is the moment we have all been waiting for:-

A weekend of training to free up your natural voice so that you are able to find more range, control, power, flexibility, dynamic, style choices but most importantly that you are able to really convey the full depth of meaning and emotion within the songs you are singing so that your audience is utterly entranced by your performance.


Meet Greg Enriquez

Personally selected and endorsed by Maestro Seth Riggs to be his Associate in 1991, Greg Enriquez is regarded by several Entertainment Professionals to be the most effective and commercial Vocal Technique Instructor in Las Vegas. He has successfully coached hundreds of singers, dancers, and actors in every aspect of musical performance.

Though Enriquez maintains an active teaching schedule at his private studio in Las Vegas and at Maestro Riggs’ studio in Los Angeles, he travels throughout the world as a Guest Lecturer and Teacher in Vocal Therapy and Singing Technique.

He has conducted clinics and private instruction for L.I.P.A. (Paul McCartney), A.C.M. (London, England), the Queensland Conservatorium/Griffith University (Brisbane, Australia), Green Institute of Voice (Munich, Germany), National Academy of Recording Arts & Sciences, Inc. (National Grammy in the Schools Career Day) featuring Clint Black, Jimmy Jam, Monica, Phil Ramone, Robi Rosa, Jose Behar, Desmond Child, and Deborah Cox, the Kennedy Center Alliance of Arts Education Network, and Ann Reinking’s Broadway Theatre Project with Gregory Hines, Tommy Tune, Joel Grey, Pat Birch, Marilu Henner, and Julian Stein.

Greg has also extended his expertise to the SLS Summer Program alongside Ken Komisar (A & R, MJJ Records), Steve Baker (Disneyland Casting) Marylata Jacobs (Dreamworks Casting), James Ingram, Peter Gallagher, and Nancy Dussault, and the Donna Reed Foundation (Eddie Foy III, Shelley Fabares, Robert Hays, Howard Keel).

In the field of Opera, his pupils have won scholarships to several institutions including The Boston Conservatory.

His Musical Theatre students include the youngest singer to play Sandy in Grease on Broadway (Lindsay Korman of NBC’s Passions).

He was a special contracted Vocal Consultant for Solange Knowles (Columbia Records), the Tommy Hilfiger Britney Spears…Baby One More Time Tour, HardRock presents Hole…Celebrity Skin Tour (Courtney Love), BLAQUE (Columbia), Creations du Dragon (Celine Dion), as well as for the multi-million dollar productions Mystère (Cirque du Soleil) at the Treasure Island, Starlite Express at the Las Vegas Hilton, Legends in Concert at the Imperial Palace, Zumanity (Cirque du Soleil) at the New York-New York Hotel, Splash at the Riviera Hotel, Notre Dame de Paris at the Paris Resort, the Penn & Teller Show for FOX, the Havana Night Club, We Will Rock You at the Paris Resort, and LE RÊVE at the Wynn Resort.

In the area of Popular Music, many of Greg’s students are currently working Production Deals with industry giants such as David Foster, Quincy Jones, Mike Post, Humberto Gatica, Mercury Records, EMI-Latin, and Sony-Japan.

He also has assisted numerous physicians who specialize in organic and functional disorders of the voice in Vocal Therapy. Greg holds the highest level of certification (5) and is a founding member of the Instruction Management Team for Speech Level Singing International overseeing teacher certification.

Greg far exceeds the required standard through continuous weekly one-to-one study with Maestro Riggs acquiring more than 600 hours of individual instruction and well over 7,000 hours of Master Class participations.

Meet Rhonda Carlson

Rhonda Carlson serves as an international workshop clinician, specializing in acting for the singer. Besides a long performance career in music and theatre, as well as a directing resume of over 200 productions, Rhonda has nearly 40 years of performing arts teaching experience. She has taught music and/or theatre at such schools as The Boston Conservatory, Boston University and The University of Southern Maine, and her students have performed on Broadway, in national tours, on television,  in film, and have been accepted into some of the most prestigious performing arts programs in the world. 


As a composer, she has composed scores for film, and as a composer/playwright, her musical, Dear Emma, has received critical acclaim from The LA Times, as well as numerous other sources. In 2009, her play, Fly Over Land, won the 2009 Larry Corse International Playwriting Competition. Rhonda is the author of What Do I Do With My Hands – A Guide to Acting for the
Singer.  She resides in Las Vegas.

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