Teaching the World to Sing,
One Voice at a Time

  

 

 

IMPORTANT: You can only SCHEDULE a Session up to 90 days in advance. A minimum 48 hour cancellation notice is required.

 

  

 

 

IMPORTANT: You can only SCHEDULE a Host Guest Teaching up to 270 days in advance. A minimum 31 Day cancellation notice is required.

 

 

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Greg Enriquez is regarded by several Entertainment Professionals to be the most effective and commercial Vocal Technique Instructor in Las Vegas. 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 many more.

Full Bio

Session Types

There are currently two types of sessions available for you to choose from.

In Person Sessions

Centrally located with easy freeway access and generous parking.

Relaxing atmosphere in a residential home with a separate entrance, waiting area, and washroom.

Wireless internet access available.

All Sessions are private and one-to-one.

Studio space is designed to give maximum quality audio feedback and comfort.

What you will need:

Two songs (on CD, iPod, or mp3 player) that you are prepared to sing

Two copies of the lyrics of each song

Remote Sessions

Skype is a free downloadable internet software program that can be used to make phone calls and video phone calls anywhere in the world. You can download it for free.

Studio Location and Info

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Address & Location: 2712 Sidonia Ave. Las Vegas, Nevada  89102-4257

24 Hour Studio Hotline: (int’l+1) 702.737.3220

Email: [email protected]

Studio Map & Directions

What we have to learn to do, we learn by doing.

– Aristotle

Over 20 years of teaching and my lifetime as a student have taught me

that students are most successful when they become their own “teachers.” When given the tools to be expressive and the encouragement to be risk-takers, they become resourceful and creative thinkers whose “tools” and “techniques” become a means to an end, not an end in themselves.

I recognize there are many avenues to artistic perception and creativity. Each student learns in a very individual way. A “tennis match” between student and teacher ultimately brings about our best rewards. In this spirit, I have discovered that the inner joy of “doing” is the best motivator and that “fun” helps abolish the inner critical voice that inhibits ideas.

It is important to me that my students be confident and prepared. This, along with the ability to be flexible and expressive, has allowed my students to become successful and marketable.

– inspired by Rhonda Carlson

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