While common in theatre and film, intimacy direction becomes increasingly important in opera. Read on to discover the importance of intimacy direction and choreography, consent in the context of scene partnership, and developing a dialogue about the physicality of intimacy.
Speech pathologist and voice teacher Sara K. Brown, MS, CCC-SLP, shares her top three tips for vocal health. Her mission is to make vocal health and science information widely accessible, and to train vocal athletes using evidence-based practices and cross training across genres.
$14,000 of cash prizes and $4.2 million in scholarships were awarded at the 2022 CS Vocal Competition. Meet the winners in this online series. Here are the Musical Theatre winners of the High School II Division.
This issue marks one year since I became the editor for Classical Singer. It has been a tumultuous one for our industry. When I was a college voice teacher, I started every semester telling my students, “You are responsible for creating a supportive, encouraging environment for your colleagues and yourselves.” I told them that by the end of the semester, they’d be sick of those words, but that I hoped the sentiment would be a habit in their daily lives.
Besame mucho. The end. Oh, you like that song? You wanted to read more about it? Well, I suppose if you are so passionately curious, I could share a few
Countertenor John Holiday shares advice from John Legend, what to do with the overflow from prioritizing self-care, and the precious gift of singing and the need to “give it away” in this interview on his success in opera and pop.
Advances in the field of acoustic voice pedagogy have spurred a second edition of one of its most popular texts.
Thinking of auditioning as “giving a gift” rather than trying to get a job creates a new mindset for positive audition experiences. Read on to find out ways to embrace comfortable repertoire and processes for career advancement.
Natalie Weiss started as a pianist, transitioned to singing, became a virtual hit on several platforms, went on to star on Broadway, and now shares her knowledge in an online riffing course. Find out what she has learned along the way and how her course can help all teachers and singers, including the classical singer.
Leyerle Publications released their Nico Castel Libretti translations as a digital resource, further making this incredibly important resource for singers more accessible.
The LoVetri Institute for Somatic Voicework, founded by Jeanette LoVetri and housed at Baldwin Wallace University, celebrated its 20th year in 2022.
The stories we are told are the stories we tell ourselves. In this intimate article, Dr. Tara Melvin examines how these narratives shape our perception of success, moving forward, and creating more stories, both personally and professionally.
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