Achieving balance can be a lifelong pursuit. Whether the aim is balance in a singing technique or in life management, these suggestions can help.
Rejection is tough at any stage of a singing career. Determination coupled with hard work can shed a valuable light on these trying moments.
Looking to freshen up your art song repertoire this fall? These suggestions will help you get a jump-start on upcoming recitals, concerts, and juries.
Searching for the perfect repertoire to spend some quality time with this summer? Look no further than the art songs and arias of Mozart.
Finding your authentic self and unique artistry in a classical music degree program can be a daunting task. This sage advice can help you find your footing more soundly.
Get caught up in a little spring fever with this whimsical imaginary love story set in a college practice room. And then consider the very serious idea of using a practice buddy to motivate and improve your own practice room sessions.
Find your edge by taking the risk to find the right amount of tension to achieve what every singer wants—free, beautiful, healthy singing.
Even if you know your long-term goal is a career on the stage, taking a look at some other jobs in the music industry is never a bad idea, and an internship can be a great place to start.
A new summer program in Mexico offers singers the opportunity to sing full roles with orchestra and compete for cash prizes. Read about its inaugural year and meet the lone American among the 94 singers who attended.
YouTube can be both a blessing and a curse for a young singer. Learn how to use it to your advantage rather than detriment, including using the platform to share your own music.
If you want to ultimately sing opera, why must you spend so much time in the university setting singing art songs? Discover (or rediscover) the value of this treasure trove of music for your vocal and artistic development.
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