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The Power of Music

Have you ever stopped to think about the importance of music in our lives?  How our daily lives are filled with its subtle power?

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Crossover Corner : Stylizing Pop – And Rock – Influenced by Musical Theatre

The critique “You need more grit” can be confusing feedback to singers. Learn more about crossover terms like “grit,” “fry,” and “wail” in this month’s column.

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Prima La Voce or A Dream Deferred? : Dismantling Systemic Racism in the Arts

Dismantling systemic racism in the arts will create a better environment for all.

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A Singer’s Thyroid

ver the years, I have had many questions about the thyroid gland and how its function (and dysfunction) impacts us—singers in particular. In the next few paragraphs, we will look

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From Bernac to Broadway: Mary Saunders Barton

Mary Saunders Barton is a pioneer in crossover pedagogy. Read how her unique experiences shaped her as a performer and teacher and how this same journey continues to empower and encourage other singers and teachers to expand their musical palates.

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Fach Assumption in Classical Singing

Voices and body types come in all varieties. Because of this, we must be careful to not classify a voice based on physical characteristics.

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