Brian leads us in an exploration of breath, voice production, resonance, and the singing of some old chestnuts famous for their capacity to enliven.
Brian Baker is an acclaimed pianist and choral conductor. He has a doctorate in music and serves on the faculty of the College of San Mateo. In addition to serving as Music Director of the Masterworks Chorale in San Mateo and the Unitarian Universalist Church of Berkeley, he maintains a private teaching studio and is an active vocal coach.
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