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Atwork Entertainment and Ellis Entertainment Group have joined forces to offer Vocal Coaching at its best.


A good vocal coach should make you feel completely comfortable and at ease in their presence. Just like working with a therapist or life coach, you want to work with someone you trust, who listens to you and you're compatible with.  If your looking for this, Ellis Entertainment Group is the company for you.  Tyrone Ellis, the CEO of Ellis Entertainment started singing at a very early age in his grandfather’s church.  He landed his first gig at 7 and went on to perform in school musicals and local events.  He started working at Chung King Studios where he was asked to audition over the phone for Dave Hollister.  He nailed it and got the gig.  He traveled with Dave for years as a background vocalist and vocal director.   He has worked with artists such as Stephanie Mills, Patti Labelle, Mary J Blige, Erykah Badu, Keith Sweat and Carl Thomas to name a few.  He has graced many stages and appeared on television shows such as Jenny Jones, 106 & Park, The Apollo, The Source Lab etc etc Tyrone has now gathered all his expertise and started the Ellis Entertainment Group which offers Vocal Coaching and more. . 

Ellis Entertainment helps clients learn to sing even if you have a bad voice or can't sing in tune. ... Just 3% of people are tone deaf, meaning 97% of people can learn to sing in tune. There is an astonishing lack of resources for people who pass the test and want to start singing.

Ellis Entertainment helps clients develop personalized warm-up routines, use exercises to improve their clients' range and breathing, work on articulation and projection ability, and provide other specialized instruction in advanced vocal techniques. They assist with such matters as pronunciation, musical phrasing, performance practice, as well as helping the singer to 'own' the song. The voice coach might suggest such musical things as riffs, cadenzas, breath placement in phrases, additional repertoire suggestions, and other interpretive ideas

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