Fact-based Functional instruction. One presses down the piano keys; guitar strings are plucked. One blows air to make a trumpet sound, and to play the drums, one uses arms and feet. The human voice originates inside us, it is personal and absolutely exclusive to a given individual. Singing is an art of coordination, and like every art form, it requires attention and patience. The 20th-century brought with itself big steps in the development of vocal pedagogy. Facts about the science of the singing voice are now more accessible, offering significant advantages to enhance traditional pedagogical methods.
It is an individual journey! I strive to provide my students with the tools necessary to achieve vocal freedom (regardless of the musical style) through the study of their own instrument, learning how to "listen" to the body and avoiding manipulation or a manufactured vocal production.
Dr. Sepúlveda serves as Assistant Professor of Voice at the Conservatory of Music of Puerto Rico. He is available as a clinician.
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The baritone is available as a performer. For inquiries, please click here.