“I love to learn from other people so working with MasterClass, being able to share some of the lessons I’ve been taught is exciting!” said McEntire. “For the first time, I’m getting to offer up what I believe makes a killer song, my vocal techniques and some tidbits I’ve experienced throughout my career. Country music is relatable music. It’s all about how people live, day in and day out … it’s their life stories. I hope that my MasterClass encourages people along in their own adventure in music.”
The multi-media mogul and mom has become a household name across not only music, but television, film, theater and retail. McEntire is an acclaimed actress with 11 movie credits to her name, landed a lead role on Broadway in Irving Berlin’s Annie Get Your Gun as well as starred in the six-season television sitcom Reba. The Oklahoma native, who was recently named Nashville Business Journal’s Artist of the Year, launched her own clothing line and the lifestyle brand with Dillard’s over a decade ago and last year debuted a cosmetic line, Reba Beauty.
MasterClass was created to give anyone the ability to gain the wisdom and knowledge of the world’s best creators. The current roster of courses includes Christina Aguilera (singing), Kevin Spacey (acting), Usher (performance), Serena Williams (tennis),James Patterson (writing), Dustin Hoffman (acting), Aaron Sorkin (screenwriting) and Werner Herzog (filmmaking).
Through the MasterClass platform, instructors create engaging online classes with interactive assignments, course materials, student community, and Q&A that creates a uniquely powerful educational experience. All classes are available online for individual purchase at www.masterclass.com for $90 each.
San Francisco-based MasterClass was founded by David Rogier and Aaron Rasmussen on the idea that everyone should have access to genius. MasterClass makes it possible for anyone with an Internet connection to learn from the best through immersive online classes from the world’s greatest authors, actors, performers, athletes, filmmakers, and more.
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