The explosion of social media has caused an upheaval in the entertainment industry, granting unprecedented access for fans to peek behind the curtain and see their favorite performers raw and (sometimes) unfiltered. How should singers harness technology in a way that enhances their artistry? What are best practices for promoting projects? How much should opera performers separate the personal from the professional?
Randall Scotting, countertenor, shares his experiences with balancing his career in the United States and in Europe, his commitment to weight training, and his new song album featuring lute and folk song.
o continue learning over the course of a lifetime requires acknowledgment that there is much that we do not understand. A couple of years ago, I came across a New
Dr. Joseph Strauss discusses disability and the bodily experience of listening to and making music. He describes the ways our culture excludes people with disabilities from music, and advocacy for greater representation in artistic expression.
SongHelix, a digital database created by Seth Keeton, DMA, is a valuable tool for singers and voice teachers in recital and concert planning, featuring a uniquely organized catalog with search parameters that help build thematic programming.
Not that I don’t love them. I do. But inevitable comparisons to others’ careers (both in and out of showbiz) and the barrage of questions from family members take a
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