February 18, 2016
For Immediate Release
Terry Selders
717-737-KMAC (5622)
Keystone Musical Arts Center


The Vocal Blueprint:
How To Build Any Voice For Any Style From Scratch
February 18, 2016, Mechanicsburg, PA - Vocal instructor Phillip Freeman of the  Keystone Musical Arts Center ( KMAC) will hold a workshop as part of the Millennium Music Conference which is being held this weekend at the Best Western Premier, 800 East Park Drive in Harrisburg, PA.  Phil will be presenting The Vocal Blueprint: How to Build Any Voice for Any Style From Scratch on Saturday, February 20th at 1:00 PM in the Harris Room.

According to the conference website, " This seminar is an amazing and ESSENTIAL opportunity for any vocalist who wants a PRECISE framework to
Phillip Freeman discusses his seminar,
Phillip Freeman discusses his seminar, "The Vocal Blueprint."
build a voice for anything from opera to screamo and even public speaking. Come to the seminar, devour the concepts, run with them, and find your VOICE...or run the chance of never seeing anything like this ever again. The opportunity to build your voice is here." 

Phillip Freeman brings over 15,000 hours of experience in singing, performance and touring to dozens of his current voice students and frequent group seminars. From opera and theater to Americana and metal, Mr. Freeman has performed and instructed in several genres while developing and maintaining a 4 octave range and the dangerous skill of screaming. Graduating Lebanon Valley College with degrees in Music Business and Digital Communications in 2011, Phillip has continued to maintain an intense schedule. He regularly tours the United States with his band Small Town Titans, and continues instructing students on a national scale through online lessons and in-person training. Phillip is also a co-founding instructor and co-web administrator of the KMAC, leader of the folk rock band The Lone Wolf Project, co-producer and on call session vocalist for Seventh Wave Studio and Full Tilt Recording and is a co-writer with multi-platinum recording artist John Moyer, bassist for Disturbed.

Phillip Freeman can be contacted directly at or by phone at 717-858-3823.

For more information on the Millennium Music Conference, visit or contact John Harris at 717-221-1124.

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