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Voice Lessons in Modesto, California; Stanislaus County and surrounding areas for nearly 20 years! The shorter true story.

Posted in Uncategorized by marcusunlimited on July 5, 2018

Multi-Award, Major Scholarship and Lead Role Winning Voice Lessons In Modesto California, Stanislaus County and its Surrounding Areas.

To my Marcus Unlimited Voice Students past and present, I would like to offer my unlimited thanks to you. Through nearly two decades, and counting, of our combined student, student family and teacher endeavors, this vocal team has victoriously acquired an amazing array of notable achievements. An uncommon proliferation of scholarships, regional awards, paid professional engagements as singers, lead roles in modern and classic musical theater, opera and more, have become beautifully common occurrences here. Here is a partial list of team highlights I look forward to adding even more to!

Academic Achievements:

  • Young Arts Foundation Scholarship
  • “Significant Teacher” listing with the Young Arts Foundation
  • California State Summer School for the Arts, CSSSA, admittance
  • Manteca Youth Focus Educational Scholarships
  • Honors and cum laude graduations
  • Official instructional voice training vendor approval by a WASC, Western Association of Schools and Colleges accredited K-12 school system

Professional Achievements:

  • Paid professional employment as singers in a wide variety of officially licensed productions, including works by Rodgers and Hammerstein, and Disney
  • Recording and performance contracts
  • Talent awards in Calaveras and San Joaquin County
  • Critically acclaimed professional performances in top-notch venues including the Gallo Center for the Arts, Sierra Repertory Theater and much, much more

Many of our biggest winners here have begun their voice training before high-school and then graduated their way into a bevy of successes sometimes immediately thereafter! So, if you know of a young person within, or near, the Modesto, California area, who can benefit from the type of voice training that has yielded the aforementioned achievements, contact us, preferably by email, today!

marcusunlimited@gmail.com

(NOTE: Out of respect for the privacy of my students and their families, all of the aforementioned claims, plus additionally positive references, are verifiable to prospective parents of students by request in a face-to-face, manner only.)

Our main website: MarcusUnlimited.com

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Monday Night, September 14, 2009…

Posted in 1 by marcusunlimited on September 15, 2009

a day that will live in infamy? Nah, just kidding. Here’s the latest.

1. Had a mind blowing, A+ idea for AIWU (Alice in Wonderland UNLIMITED) marketing come to me. Well it didn’t actually come to me, I mean I worked for it with pen and paper, over and over again writing the words, AUDIENCE , STUDENTS and MARCUS. These words kept me on focus. I have to think about the audience first, and teach my new students artist to put the audience first. I can’t wait to test this new idea:)

2. A small movement from the first soprano aria from AIWU is mostly done. I want to put the prelim tracks up on youtube for students to practice with. Maybe I can get that in tonight before the eyelids fall.

3. I had a cool idea for the Caterpillar, who won’t actually be a caterpillar but instead will be a… (Shhh!)

4. Bunch of new stuff up at YouTube: http://www.youtube.com/user/marcusunlimited Happy Halloween.

5. I’ve been having fun with the Artist’s “Morning Pages” concept by Julia Cameron from her book the artists way:  (I was considering posting an Amazon affiliate link here but, I have to wait on something first.)

6. The original Time Machine by H G Wells is an amazing book. Such vivid Steampunk lore it is.

7. Recently found out that a young voice student won a 1st place, grand champion at a San Jose vocal competition. Nice!:)

8.  I’ve been thinking about letting students take a run at doing their own cut of my Harmonious Haiku albums: http://www.cdbaby.com/cd/mjcu

9. I recently asked a question on Answers.yahoo.com about which 3 literary classics  pre-1900, would most parents desire for their kids to read prior to college. Some of the responses were obvious and wise, but I was quite surprised how only one book kept ending up in the top 3 must read; “Jane Austen’s Pride and Prejudice?” Not that its not a great read but I wouldn’t have thought it would have outscored Hamlet or Great Expectations, or…?

10. Newman’s own sesame ginger salad dressing is amazing on confetti coleslaw, wrapped in a heated corn tortilla!

🙂

`Night:)