In the press
The following are links to articles and videos of Deric Rosenblatt's students featured in various publications.
The newest addition to Broadway’s ‘Waitress’ is … Al Roker!
NBC Today - September 2018
The hit Broadway musical, “Waitress,” written by singer Sara Bareilles, has announced TODAY’s very own Al Roker will join the ensemble for six weeks. He’ll even sing!
Go Inside Al Roker’s Voice Lessons for His Broadway Debut in Waitress
Playbill - September 2018
The Today Show weatherman sings “Take It From an Old Man” from the Broadway hit.
Misty On The Town
Life in Motion Production - August 2015
A behind-the-scenes look as Misty Copeland prepares for her Broadway debut in "On the Town". Included are scenes from lessons with Deric Rosenblatt.
Life in Oz: Interview with WICKED star Ginna Claire Mason
Phindie Magazine - July 2017
"The role definitely requires a lot vocally in regards to singing and speaking. In order to do eight shows a week, I have to be very disciplined about my voice. I sleep eight hours, drink lots of water and tea, warm up before each show, utilize a personal steamer, and take voice lessons every other week via Skype with my teacher, Deric Rosenblatt."
ONE ON 1 PROFILE: 'SCHOOL OF ROCK' STAR ALEX BRIGHTMAN IS A BROADWAY SENSATION, JUST NOT AN OVERNIGHT ONE
NY1 - June 2016
Alex Brightman, best known for originating the role of Dewey Finn in School of Rock on Broadway is interviewed by NY1 wearing his Vocal Power, LLC t-shirt.
Soul Singer Morgan James On How To Keep Your Voice In Shape On The Road
American Songwriter - April 2017
"When I’m in town, I study with my voice teacher Deric Rosenblatt every week...The voice is a living instrument, and it changes as you age, and you need to constantly check in with it. A good voice teacher, lots of rest, breathing steam, drinking as much water as you can possibly drink, a joyful outlook, and a good diet will lead to a happy, healthy voice on the road."