Friday, February 8, 2008

Such A Voice marks its 20th year in the classroom teaching the unique field of voice-overs

Tony Award Nominated Composer and Commercial Producer Dan Levine along with the Such A Voice team embark on another semester of into level classes for aspiring voice-over artists.

Burlington, VT- "Hey, You have a great voice . . . you should be on the radio!" That is the common the phrase that peeks the interest of most of our students.  The problem is that there is very little direction when it comes to the industry.  Dan Levine, Tony Award Nominated Composer and Commercial Producer, developed a course for such students 20 years ago. He began teaching his two hour intro course, “You’re On the Air . . . How to Really Make it in Voice-Overs” through various continuing education and adult education departments in the Washington DC area. Today, Such A Voice teaches the class in more than 130 institutions across the United States in more than 30 major cities.  

Most people think you have to be the next Donald Sutherland or James Earl Jones to get voice-over work these days. Not true! In "You're On the Air...How to Really Make it in Voice-Overs" students learn about an exciting and new way to get around the competition and turn voice-overs in into a thriving full or part time business! Voice-Overs can be heard anywhere, from the “movie trailer guy”, to the adult cartoon “The Family guy”.  The non-broadcast (corporate narration, video games, audiobooks, etc.) industry alone has become a 100 billion dollar a year industry. Dan Levine and Such A Voice have unlocked the keys to success in this rewarding industry.

With over 20 years of experience in the voice-over industry, Such A Voice has helped to launch many careers by providing companies and organizations with their expertly trained students.

MEDIA CONTACT:

Jim Chapman

Phone: (802) 655.0513

Email: publicrelations@suchavoice.com

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