Since the pandemic, it has become clear that the classical music industry has changed regarding auditioning and hiring. The need for faster, safer and cheaper hiring processes has severely decreased the regularity of live auditions in favor of digital media submissions and website perusing.
We can no longer ignore the cry for change and justice that has been ringing throughout this country, our neighborhoods, and institutions of education. What change can singers and voice
Cher, Tina, Carole, Donna, Gloria. Divas. Broadway Divas. Divas so magnetic and prolific that their stories have become full scale Broadway Musicals. Award winning hit musicals, at that. These bio
Caring for your mental health alone isn’t sufficient for well-being as a singer—it is one piece of the puzzle. Read in this personal essay one singer’s story of finding balance in mental, spiritual, physical, and emotional health in the midst of personal turmoil, chronic illness, and the career challenges those difficulties yielded.
Added to the So You Want To Sing series, a detailed publication provides clear information for voice teachers and singers approaching spirituals.
Mental and emotional health is often tied to a singer’s identity. Learn how singers have managed the detrimental aspects of their career through therapy, positive self-talk, and the healing power of music.
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