Transform your singing voice without anymore frustrating pain in your throat.
an 8-part singing course by Adanna Duru
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“You have this charisma—you're an incredible performer...the total package.”
hi! I'm Adanna
I am a Pop/R&B singer-songwriter, vocal coach, and vocal producer.
As a teen, I was on team Adam Levine on season 3 of The Voice as well as the top 10 on season 14 of American Idol.
I have been a go-to vocal coach for the modern voice since 2013. I've taught countless people how to expand their vocal range with comfort. I am so excited to let you in on my secrets!
"I just purchased the workshop and I already see so many improvements in my voice. Adanna is so amazing and explains everything in a fun way and with her witty sense of humor she makes the modules so much more enjoyable! I would highly recommend this course!"
"I have studied with several of the top online coaches out there and so far she is ticking all the boxes on what is needed to learn to sing from an online program. As a former choir director I appreciate the time she takes in marrying skill to application which I haven’t seen the other programs address. For example, teaching breathing (a skill) then assigning a song to practice breathing. I have not seen any program do this."
“Adanna is such an amazing teacher! She was able to pinpoint my weaknesses and came up with the right exercises that worked best for me. Her instructions and exercises were spot on, and overall she is just a kind and funny soul. I was able to breathe much better even after the first lesson!!!!!! Her talent for teaching is truly remarkable for anyone trying to find their singing voice.”
"Honestly, I am amazed by my ability that I never knew I had. She is so encouraging and genuinely a positive, caring person. She's a true teacher, generous with her knowledge, and great with teaching something that seems intuitive but so complex. I never thought I'd intellectually understand the mechanics of the voice, AND internalize it, since learning a feeling is hard to teach."