Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) November 23, 2006
On Saturday, November 11, 2006, singer Allison Iraheta, a by-product of John Michael Ferrari's vocal techniques, became the winner of Telemundo's "Quinceanera." Allison, who is only 14 years old, was introduced to a coaching team consisting of John Michael Ferrari and Pepper Jay, who radically improved and cultivated her voice. They taught Allison stage performance and audience psychology while preparing her for the televised talent competition. After applying the new techniques, Allison stole the show and the trophy, winning $50,000.00, a recording contract, and the hearts of Latin music fans everywhere. Allison's performance had Ferrari and Jay's stamp written all over it. She sang "Total Eclipse of the Heart" and moved "Quinceanera" judge Héctor Martinez to tears.
Iraheta is not John and Pepper's only success story. This coaching team has worked with a variety of talent, ranging from recording artists to beauty queens; and now they are finally sharing those proven vocal and performance techniques with the rest of the world. Ferrari and Jay are writing a book called Dynamic Song Performance. Inside the book, they will be revealing their highly sought after secrets.
Ferrari helps performers overcome easily correctable problems like faulty breathing and voice placement. His passion is to help talented singers reach their full potential by guiding them through informative journeys toward their professional goals. He has increased a variety of singers' ranges, making them more comfortable on stage. Together Ferrari and Jay enable artists to connect with their audience as well as enhance their overall performance experience. This translates into contest winners and successful recording and concert artists. Their techniques are daring and nontraditional.
"Dynamic Song Performance defines our essence as artists. It is the destination of a physical journey through a song via imagination, creativity, and emotion."
--John Michael Ferrari--
John Michael Ferrari's background is vast. He has performed as a singer/entertainer for over thirty years, has written jingles, has directed films, has become a successful photographer, and is also an active partner of Pepper J. Productions. He and Pepper Jay host the Working Actors Group, a popular workshop for SAG actors.
Pepper Jay has a lifetime teaching credential from the State of California and has spent over three decades teaching and lecturing young people and adults about acting, public speaking, and performance skills.
The book Dynamic Song Performance is scheduled for release sometime next year.