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I Am Not Good Enough – Part I

ecently I was asked to speak, via Zoom, to a group of undergraduate music majors.  My main theme: my career started to change once I became conscious of my “self-talk.”

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The Salzburg Festival at 100

ustrian writer Stefan Zweig referred to the Salzburg Festival as “the Olympic Games of Art in the modern era.” To this day, the Festival regales its audiences with the highest

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Expanding Your Broadway Repertoire: Showtune Savvy Part IV

ello CS Music friends! We are solidly into 2021 and I dare say, albeit cautiously, that we’re beginning to see the light at the end of the tunnel.  It shouldn’t

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The Singer’s Library: More New Editions with New Additions

In a second edition, two voice professionals include information on effective voice use for a variety of circumstances.

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Expanding Your Audition Repertoire: Aria Savvy Part VI

Most audition judges will eagerly hear any singer whose repertoire shows some musical curiosity and a sense of adventure. Why choose only the “standard” five arias in your Fach for

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Ask Dr. Jahn: Singing While Sick

Hello CS Music Community! I have a question for Dr. Jahn. I know with these COVID-19 days, opportunities to perform are limited, (and performing live is even more rare) but

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