Rebeca Randle has proven that with a combination of physical gifts, study, and hard
work, dreams can come true. Rebeca has made her life's work revolve around working with the human voice. As a
professional performer and entertainer, she currently composes and performs with her husband, David Randle
as Rebeca and David. Rebeca
has had a varied and successful career, doing everything from recording publishing demos for
A & M Records and Warner Bros., among many, recording for TV and film, with numerous commercial projects for TV
and radio as a SAG AFTRA actress, all the while performing up and down the state of California for her personal
recording career which included seven releases, several of which delivered International radio
airplay, performances at the Temecula Hot Air Balloon Festival with the Mamas & Papas, street fair
performances with Switchfoot and a host of others, as well as lending her amazing voice to southern California
churches every Sunday for 20 years.
She has made it a point to become incredibly well-schooled in
the human physiology of the voice, having studied with Martin Grusin, one of the only teachers around who has
participated in studies where a scope (miniature camera) has actually been put down the throat to see how the vocal
chords, muscles, and ligaments truly function instead of relying on total conjecture. Rebeca also understands all
the nuances of breathing, vocal support, the famous "bounce" technique that she teaches, as well as the elements of
proper placement and control.
It is an undeniable fact that unique to performance on the
voice compared to any other instrument, "you" are your own instrument. As a result, Rebeca has done an enormous
amount of study surrounding what is healthy and especially unhealthy for the body. Nutrition is a fairly obvious
topic for a singer to become well versed in, but it is just as important to understand about products we use and
objects in our environments that may cause toxic reactions and therefore inhibit lung function and health of the
resonant nasal cavities where important aspects of tone are developed.
Rebeca has trained all types of singers, from beginners to
singers who have won San Diego Music Awards. She helps professionals master their craft, yet knows how to help
singing enthusiasts get the most out of their voice, from becoming a great shower singer to singing in a choir to
stealing the show on Karaoke night. If you want to sing, you may as well study with the best, the Singing Lesson
Expert, Rebeca Randle.