African American Dialect with Quentin Lee Moore: Part 2 rescheduled


  • 21 September 2023
    11:00 am - 12:00 pm
Applications Open 20 July 2023 10:00 am
Applications Close 21 September 2023 10:30 am
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Thank you to all those who registered for the two part African American Dialect livestream with Quentin Lee Moore. As you know we had to postpone Part Two due to illness but we are very happy to let you know that we have rescheduled it for Thursday September 21,  2023 at 11am -12pm AEST (Melbourne/Sydney time) and 1-2pm NZ time. You don’t have to rebook this as we will automatically send you the Zoom detail.  This will be a chance to work with Quentin on the African American dialect.  Quentin will cover African-American consonant sounds (lip rounding, omission of final consonants, dropping of the “r”, and rhythm); different vowel sounds of New York, the South and the West Coast; cultural vocal resonance (vocal resonance with the transatlantic accent).


  • Quentin Lee Moore

    Quentin Lee Moore attended the University of South Carolina on a track and field scholarship and graduated with a BS in Biology/Pre-med while earning All-American honors throughout his collegiate career. In 2015, Quentin moved to NYC to pursue a career in acting and earned his acting certificate from the Atlantic Acting School. Later, he was invited by Katie Bull and Charley Layton, the head of voice at the institution and accomplished dialect/accent coaches, to be their voice and speech coaching protégé. Under their tutelage, Quentin has worked with NYU students and professional actors on accent reduction and vocal production. Broadway coaching credits include Ain’t Too Proud (southern 1960’s dialect) and Margaritaville (Jamaican accent). He’s also worked with Australian actors (Andrea Solonge and Charmaine Bingwa).


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