Discover Your Voice
Read Time: 3minsReading Time: 3 minutesUpdated: March 18, 2020 12:35AM PSTBased on the newest guidelines released by the Federal government and the OC Health Officer, we are asking all of our office staff to work remotely to reduce the headcount at our studios. This...
PerformanceThe following post is a guest post written by Cassidy Klint The American music industry grew by 18 percent during the first 6 months of 2019, and musicians or aspiring music producers who want to be a part of this booming industry should give some thought...
MMaya has been a singer for many years. She started singing at the age of 4, and I'll never forget her beautiful, plaintive performance of "When She Loved Me" at our recital over 3 years ago. Maya has done many wonderful performances since then, from "Dear Future...
Back in September, we had a post called Healthy Belting Technique, Part 1. As often happens after a part 1, we have a part 2 for you. To recap, in the last Healthy Belting Technique post, we discussed developing a mix and then gently adjusting your headmix notes to...
"I have a musical theatre audition coming up! What song should I learn?" The short answer is, you shouldn't if you can avoid it. Preferably, you should already have a repertoire of go-to songs that you can pull out at the last second and know they're appropriate and...
The following is written by Anne, one of our top voice teachers. How to Prepare a Song for an Audition or Performance With the audition season for school musicals, community theater musicals, OCSA, SOSCA, college auditions, or recitals and performance opportunities...
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Join our Holiday Sing-Off Contest!!
What do you have to submit?
Any holiday song, whether religious or secular, that you sing or play will do. It can even just be a song about winter, like Ingrid Michaelson’s and Sara Bareilles’s “Winter Song.”
What are we looking for?
It’s not just about being an excellent musician. While that’s one of the categories, you also get points for just being creative and festive. We want to see you have fun with this and show us your personal flare!
What are the prizes?
$75 Visa gift cards in each of our winning categories, and $125 for the Best Overall.
Learn more about our contest here!
We are a music school dedicated to you and your passion.
We’re a nonprofit singing and artist development school based in Orange County whose goal it is to teach you the styles and techniques you want to learn. We shape well-rounded musicians out of all sorts of people: young, not-so-young, pre-professional, and casual.
Molly’s Music is part of a larger nonprofit called CultureHum Foundation. Proceeds from our services help fund thousands of dollars worth of scholarship music lessons each year, along with an in-school tutoring program called The Open Education Project that gives high school students second chances.
Molly’s Music was founded by Molly Webb, a singer and pianist whose musical journey spans 2.5 decades. It became her mission to provide students with the opportunity to get such a flexible education in one place. And so here we are.
Molly Webb, Founder & Owner
When I signed one of my students up to sing “Dead Mom” from Beetlejuice at our December Recital, our Program Manager replied, “Sorry, we already have 2 Dead Moms.” Darkly comedic phrasing aside, the point is clear: Everyone loves singing the song–and it’s not surprising. The song is catchy, fun to belt, and extremely vocally challenging, not to mention that Sophia Anne Caruso just kills it and is exciting to listen to.
Total ticket sales for developing artists (including DIY musicians and unsigned artists) rose to 50% in 2019 from 36% in 2016 — demonstrating a growing demand for live music from lesser-known performers, Billboard reports. Touring is crucial for any singer or musician serious about developing their career. Live performances help get your name out there, win fans, and generate income. As long as you’re properly prepared, you can have an amazing first experience on the road as a rookie musician.
Would you love to learn how to play a musical instrument, but don’t know where to start? Choosing an instrument really boils down to what you will feel comfortable playing and what you will enjoy. Enjoyment will help you to stay motivated whilst learning to play.
In order to help you choose the right instrument for you, you should ask yourself these questions.
Check out our November 2019 Student Spotlight Seth N. – Seth has been involved in music since the age of 4 and is now in 2 different choirs at his school, on top of taking voice lessons. Read the full Q&A now!
Congratulations to our Student Spotlight Viveka for recently winning the Personal Musical Style category in our Holiday Sing-Off! Viveka is a singer and classical pianist who takes voice lessons with our teacher Emma (along with working on self-accompanying on the piano). Viveka has a rich musical history, including performing at a masterclass with world-renowned jazz composer Jeremy Siskind. Along with her lessons from Emma, she also takes classical piano lessons and Indian voice! She hopes to one day attend Berklee School of Music and become a music teacher herself. She’s currently working on her audition material for the classical and popular music conservatories at OCSA. Emma describes her as “one of the most musically diverse and driven students” she’s ever had.
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With 3 convenient studio locations, a wide variety of programs and performance opportunities, an in-home and online music lesson option, and a unique team of teachers all over the musical spectrum, we’re confident we can help meet your music lesson needs.
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The Inside Voice
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419 E. 17th Street #204
Costa Mesa, CA 92627
(800) 581 – 4609