Become a compelling performer
Challenging yourself to improve demands a lot. At Cardon Studios, we aim to keep things as stress-free as possible to encourage you to relax, explore, and enjoy music-making. Group Classes provide the emerging performer a safe outlet to tackle new ideas with supportive peers. Settle into a new comfort level with your singing or playing, and expand your horizons by tackling live performance in our Masterclasses or Showcases.
Virtual Open Mic Nights
Open Mic: A chill space for supportive music-making. A casual outlet, this forum is a safe, supportive space for you to enjoy sharing music with your peers. Performing live for others is a big step; our relaxed online events are the perfect fun, beginner-friendly venue to experiment and explore!
Live Masterclass Coaching
Masterclasses: An interactive way to learn performance skills. Led by Cardon Studios’ teachers, this live online group class focuses on the finishing touches of bringing your performance to life. Pre-selected participants will share a performance and receive live coaching for the benefit of the group.
Showcases: Share your finished work with the world! Submit your pre-recorded performance to be part of the Cardon Studios Showcase. Tune in for a live viewing party on our Facebook page, and don’t forget to invite your family and friends to watch, too– wherever they may be!
Shouldn’t you look as good as you sound?
Your audience came to be entertained. They want you to succeed (yes, really!). But, if you take the stage and don’t seem sure of yourself, it can be distracting. Our Events help you build confident stage presence so nothing distracts from your performance!
Performance Skills require practice and hard work.
Within both the lyrics and the music on the page, there are dozens of clues that songwriters give us as performers about interpreting a song. Learn to decipher those clues in order to unlock your true expressive self.
Have you ever gotten on stage and suddenly had no idea what to do with your hands/eyes/other random body part?
By the time you set foot on stage, every word and every note should be solid– let’s make sure every glance, gesture, and step are, too. Through practice, you can overcome fidgeting, staring at the ground, forgetting words, and even those shaky knees and sweaty palms!