Speech Level Singing Master Teacher

Greg Enriquez

Greg Enriquez

Personally selected and endorsed by Maestro Seth Riggs to be his Associate in 1991, Greg Enriquez is regarded by several Entertainment Professionals to be the most effective and commercial Vocal Technique Instructor in Las Vegas. He has successfully coached hundreds of singers, dancers and actors in every aspect of musical performance. Though Enriquez maintains an active teaching schedule at his private studio in Las Vegas and at Maestro Riggs's studio in Los Angeles, he travels throughout the world as a Guest Lecturer and Teacher in Vocal Therapy and Singing Technique.

His Musical Theatre students include the youngest singer to play Sandy in Grease on Broadway (Lindsay Korman of NBC's Passions). He was a special contracted Vocal Consultant for Solange Knowles (Columbia Records), the Tommy Hilfiger Britney Spears...Baby One More Time Tour, Hard Rock presents Hole...Celebrity Skin Tour (Courtney Love), BLAQUE (Columbia), Creations du Dragone (Celine Dion: A New Day, Le Reve), as well as for multi-million dollar productions Starlight Express, Legends in Concert, Notre Dame de Paris, the Penn & Teller Show for FOX, the Havana Night Club, We Will Rock You, Cirque du Soleil's Mystere and Zumanity.

He also has assisted numerous physicians who specialize in organic and functional disorders of the voice in Vocal Therapy. Greg holds the highest level of certification (5) and is a founding member of the Master Teachers Team for Speech Level Singing International overseeing teacher certification. Greg far exceeds the required standard through continuous weekly one-to-one study with Maestro Riggs, acquiring more than 460 hours of individuals instruction and well over 5,000 hours of Master Class participation's.

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