Rata Studios is proud to be offering this fantastic opportunity to work with international performing artist, Jenny B!
These workshops are suitable for musicians, actors, and/or anyone who is a stage performer in any capacity, who is interested in developing skills involved in live performance.
They are relevant to anyone who wants to learn strategies on how to overcome the common fears of stage fright and develop self confidence. These workshops are personalised and aim to meet the specific needs of each participant, in small groups of no more than 6.
Here are some topics which Jenny will explore with participants. Her workshops are tailored to the needs of the individuals on each course.
Potential topics for workshops could include:
- Fear of failure
- Fear of judgement
- Emotional detachment
- Negative thoughts
Read more about what Jenny can offer right here.
Timetable and Enrolment
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About Jenny B
I am a professional multi-lingual vocalist with several decades of experience performing and recording in Europe and the United States with world-class bands and orchestras in a wide variety of styles of music. I have performed since the early 1990s as Jenny B.
I was born in Sicily, lived in Italy until the early 2000s, then spent several years based in New York, before moving to Auckland in June 2015.
In Europe I am well known as the vocalist for the first hit of the Eurodance project Corona, “The Rhythm of the Night” and for the Italian Eurodance group Playahitty on hits such as “The Summer Is Magic”. I’ve participated in many prime time tv shows, and live performances of my song “Semplice Sai”, that was awarded #1 at the Italian music festival “Sanremo”. I also won the Critic’s Prize for best Female Voice at Reality Show “Music Farm 3”.
In New Zealand I am currently working with Colleges, both in Auckland and Wellington, implementing my Stage Presence Programme alongside the Vocal courses.
Recently, I’ve been offered a position to teach at Victoria University of Wellington, offering my Stage Presence course within the Jazz programme of the New Zealand School of Music.
Since arriving in New Zealand, I have enjoyed listening to and watching many local vocalists, bands and other performers who have extraordinary abilities. While most of these obviously have great natural talent and appear to have been well taught as vocalists and musicians, there is a large proportion who would benefit from greater support and tuition in developing their stage presence.
With my extensive experience performing around the world, I believe that I have a lot to offer assisting established and emerging artists to improve their presentation and presence during a performance.
Click here to read more about Jenny.