Lori Tritel Voice-over Artist

   For bookings and auditions
   call CESD at: 310-475-2111
   Email Lori: lori@loritritel.com
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LISTEN TO FUN EXCERPTS
FROM LORI'S CLASS!


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Lori Tritel and fellow VO actors
teach a SAG voice over class
in Los Angeles for kids.

Voice-Over Workshop

Lori Tritel directs a 5 week voiceover class in the Los Angeles area, including Hollywood, Burbank, and Santa Monica, designed to help you develop all your voice-over options: Give more competitive reads, push out the walls, and widen your range!

You will spend a lot of time behind the mic, being directed and guided to explore your own individual voiceprint and style. From single copy, to partner reads to character voices; from mic technique, to creating the scenery, to fun exercises that will get you thinking about more creative choices. Class space is limited to 10 people.


Lori with students Ken Solomon
and Jack McGee

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5 week voiceover classes
in Los Angeles are on going throughout the year.
Sign up now
to reserve your space!
7 to 10 p.m.
Cost: $425

For more info on Lori Tritel's voiceover classes in the
Los Angeles area,
or to sign up please
call 310-951-3664
or email: lori@loritritel.com

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Mariko Ballentine and Lori Tritel


Chris Tergliafera


Brian & Lori on set of Halo 4


Walker Roach


Allyson Kulavis


Carl Wawrina


Anna Hundtoft

Class Reviews:

Lori's classes are intimate, each actor gets the attention they deserve. She approaches each actor based upon what that actor brings to the table, no generic direction given to all the the actors. You can tell that Lori loves to teach, it's about helping her students, not about her ego. What more could you ask for in a teacher?
Mariko Ballentine/ Mariko Ballentine Casting

I've been studying with Lori exclusively for the past year, and her attention to detail is unmatched. She truly has a gift. Whether you are a beginner or a seasoned veteran, she takes the time to listen intently and to hone in on your weak areas, and you start to hear the improvements in your reads at the end of every session. She has been crucial in my development and success as a voice actor. Take her class.
John Jennings

You know you are working with a phenomenal teacher when you listen back to your first take, then hear how it drastically improves in later takes with Lori's dead-on direction. She will get the most out of your voice and prepare you for this ultra-competitive business.
Chris Tergliafera

Thank you for a fantastic five weeks, Lori. It was one of the most practical, truly helpful classes that I've taken -- I've gotten so much out of your coaching. I'm walking away with the goal of a competitive read, and the understanding that "I am enough already." Thank you again - a deeply inspiring experience.
Dawn-Lyen Gardner

My booking ratio has spiked since enrolling in your class, by the way. COINCIDENCE??? ...I think not. I love your class!
Brian T. Delaney

What a difference you have made in my life. You gave me the spark to want to study and train to be the best I can be with my voice. You taught me to listen and go beyond my comfort zone, and to have a rolodex of voices and characters. Lori, I am truly grateful to you. Thank you for everything.
Jeane July

I love Lori. She's been there for every step of my voice acting career. I attribute all of the work I've gotten to the skills she's taught me and now I can thank her for getting me signed to one of the best talent agencies in the business. Thank you,Lori! I mean every word.
Walker Roach

Lori is a gift. She has the rare and precious ability to work with people as individuals. Where so many other "teachers" just pull from an old bag of tricks, Lori works differently and tirelessly with each student based on their particular strengths and weaknesses behind the mic. I always knew I could rely on Lori to lovingly tell it to me straight so that I knew exactly what I needed to do to improve; and I did. Once I was ready, I also recorded my demo with Lori. I'm now choosing between interested agents, thanks to Lori!
Alyson Kulavis

Lori will work with you to identify and overcome the mental BS that's holding you back so you can deliver the best read for the client. Thanks to Lori's guidance, I've been able to push myself beyond what I thought was possible. Her classes have not only helped me become a better voiceover artist, but a better actor as well!
Carl Wawrina

I am writing to thank you because in one class I have so many new tools to help understand this land of the voice. You truly are fantastic and a great director as well as a very gifted teacher.
Sharon Angela



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F.A.Q.'s:

Q:  What's the skill level of the students?
A:  Before every class, I cast different scripts for each individual student, based on their skill level, and their voice print. Each student is directed on an individual basis, and skill levels vary. I have students who work full time as VO actors, and students who want to be working more as VO actors. Each student's uniqueness contributes to the class as a whole. My intention is that you learn as much from watching other participants being directed as you do when you're behind the mic.

Q:  I'm a working on camera actor, but I can't seem to book any voiceover auditions. Why is that?!
A:  It's hard to make the transition from on camera/stage acting to voice acting. There are critical technical differences you may be ignoring. Voice acting is taking all of your on camera choices and condensing them into 60 seconds or less, without sacrificing the integrity of your read. There are other issues as well, such as creating a scene through audio only, sentence balancing, and knowing who your market is, which can determine what kind of read you choose to do.

Q:  Will I get a demo after taking the class?
A:  Although your class work is downloadable from your computer, I do not recommend that you use it on your demo. Class work includes working on weak links, exploring new voice pitches and pacing, and taking risks. A demo should be nothing but the best of your reads. It must be competitive, professional, and compelling. I strongly encourage you to check out what professional demos sound like at: www.voicebank.net I produce demos on a regular basis for actors who are currently reading copy at a competitive level.

Q:  Will I get an agent from taking the class?
A:  I am happy to report that the answer to that could be yes. Because I am also a working voice actor, I am able to extend invitations to VO agents to come observe the class. As a result, several of my students have auditioned and been signed for representation.

Q:  Will I get VO work from taking the class?
A:  Getting work is a combination of talent, heart, motivation, and above all, our belief system. I have a saying, "Luck is when an opportunity is staring you in the face, and you acknowledge it." My other saying is, "when I'm not working, I'm working on working." I have many students who are producers and writers in the entertainment industry, and hire fellow students from our class. I also refer students frequently to producers who come to me seeking VO talent with specific voice characteristics. I believe that any time you stir up the pot, you get results, and not always from the place you stirred. Whenever I "stir the pot", by taking a class, updating my web site, experimenting with new voices, etc., I inevitably get a call for a booking. So yes, taking the class will get you work if you are working on yourself, if you're devoting an abundance of effort and time, and if you are open to the possibilities. Taking the class will expand your choices, provide new ideas about how to find work, and prepare you for the opportunities that will arrive. The harder you work, the luckier you get!

Q:  Most voiceover classes cost $500 to $700. Why is this class priced lower?
A:  Every class I teach has returning students. I make it affordable so you can return and continue the momentum you achieve. For me, teaching is not about the money. It's about passion and fulfillment, and the opportunity to meet some pretty incredible people in the process.

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