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The Singer’s Library: So You Want to Sing World Music

When Matthew Hoch took over as editor of the NATS-sponsored So You Want to Sing series, published by Rowman & Littlefield, only three books of the 20-volume set had been published. That may have been readers’ first clue as to Hoch’s willingness to take on large-scale, daunting projects.

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Understanding the Singing Voice: Anatomy or Imagery?

Are you left brained or right brained? Most of us are familiar with the distinction: right brained is intuitive, imaginative, and abstract while left brained is concrete and analytic. The

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The Role of the Understudy 

iligent preparation while working as an understudy can lead to invaluable learning opportunities and experiences.    The audition went well. The cast list is up. Your eyes scan the list

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Opera Singing Mamas : Part 1

Hear from some of the industry’s top artists on how they prepared for, navigated, and recovered from their pregnancies while striving to keep their vocal and physical health in top

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Experiments in Opera

he pandemic brought about many innovations in opera, and Experiments in Opera (EiO) was especially poised to respond creatively. The company commissions new operas that are adventurous, funny, and collaborative

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Race and Ethnicity in the Voice Studio 

  Francesca Hsieh has had a busy four years. While earning her BFA in musical theatre at the University of Utah, she performed in mainstage musicals and plays and served

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