Design District, those same promising students will get the opportunity to publicly demonstrate just how
good they have become, as the Midwest School of Voice presents its inaugural “MVP Live!” summer
Dozens of the students will perform on stage with a live band, and local vendors will join them in
creating a community day celebrating the performing arts. The event is free.
The street will be blocked off for this outdoor showcase. Chairs will be set up for those wanting them,
but attendees may also bring their own lawn chairs. Diners at nearby restaurants & pedestrians and
bicyclists traveling the Monon Trail also will be able to enjoy the show.
At MSV, students don’t just learn songs or notes – they learn how to get it right when it comes to music.
And even more than that - it’s a whole new way of thinking about the performing arts.
Artists of all ages are encouraged to fine-tune and enhance their vocal instruments, which includes
developing strong performance skills and healthy vocal techniques. Teaching may also include
songwriting, music theory, piano/guitar/ukulele accompaniment, and maybe all of those combined.
The techniques used at MSV are designed to draw out each artist’s unique talent, improve their vocal
abilities and ultimately help them master performing. Knowledgeable and experienced instructors
challenge each student to explore and expand their horizons in order to define their own musical style.
Music lovers are encouraged to witness this talent in the making at “MVP Live!” as these enthusiastic
students demonstrate just how much they have learned.
Midwest School of Voice is located at 336 W. Main St., Carmel. For more information about the school,
please visit discoversmsv.com. Members of the media may email the school
at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 317.660.1372.