A singer is not the only one who needs a vocal coach. There are several types of coaches, so how do you choose the right one for your needs? Take some tips from Ariana Grande, Katy Perry, Renee Zellweger, and Judy Garland, and hire the best vocal coach for you! Read on to learn more. Listed below are some tips from these professional coaches:
The most sought-after vocal coach in the world is Eric Vetro. Kirk speaks to him about the art of singing professionally, how to develop good habits and more. We also talk about his new podcast, Backstage Pass With Eric Vetro. Listen to the episode to learn more about the voice coach and how he thinks on his feet. And make sure you subscribe to the podcast, too. You’ll be able to learn more from the master himself!
The two singers first worked together on Ariana Grande’s 2013 hit single “The Way” with Mac Miller. They both place the importance of perfect pitch and creative growth in their work. Grande and Vetro discuss how they work together and the importance of vocal warm-ups. They also talk about the importance of pitch and late-night vocal warm-ups. And while it’s hard to imagine a better vocal coach than Vetro, the two make an excellent team.
For the last 35 years, vocal coach Eric Vetro has been working with A-list actors, Broadway singers, and global pop stars. He has helped students prepare for everything from Broadway shows to movie musical roles, and even world tours. As a vocal coach, Vetro works with students seven days a week, often in alleyways and restrooms before a show. It’s no wonder that he has an enviable client list.
While the star doesn’t work with Vetro on technique, she does rely on him for voice sustainment. The singer describes him as a “vocal life coach,” encouraging her to practice voice-friendly habits. He even provides warm-up exercises and vocal exercises to rejuvenate her voice. Those exercises are critical to Katy Perry’s success. Here’s what we can expect from this vocal coach.
Performing the role of the iconic Judy Garland proved to be quite a challenge for Renee Zellweger. In the role of the iconic star, the former “Grease” star had to overcome many challenges, not the least of which was her appearance. She is blond and blue-eyed, which is far from Judy Garland, who died in 1969. In addition to her dazzling looks, Zellweger also lacked the legendary singer’s pristine pipes.
After learning the techniques and working with a vocal coach, Zellweger received a nomination for Best Actress at the 91st Academy Awards. The actress starred in the Judy Garland biopic “Judy” and also worked with Vetro backstage and at her home studio. The acclaimed actress thanked Vetro in her Oscar acceptance speech. As a result, she is now a celebrated vocal coach for many female singers.
It’s no secret that Judy Garland is a legend, and Eric Vetro has helped many famous actors, including Renee Zellweger, nail the iconic performer’s voice. In this interview, Vetro shares some insider information about Garland’s vocal technique. Despite the movie’s retelling of Judy’s life, Vetro emphasizes that Zellweger isn’t an exact replica of Garland. But her performance is reminiscent of Garland and her style is similar enough to be easily recognized.
Before Garland began her role in Chicago, she worked with dialect coach Liz Himelstein for a year, studying her speech patterns and watching old footage of her and Mickey Rooney as teenagers. To prepare for this role, she also took vocal lessons from Eric Vetro, who had previously worked with Garland on the Oscar-winning musical Chicago. And even though Garland’s voice is not what it used to be, she is surprisingly good in the role.