Once upon a time a young soprano went to college and her voice teacher fixed her passaggio in the first lesson. She sang high notes happily ever after.
Take advantage of the spare time you have this summer to catch up on some reading that will inspire your mind and your next performance.
In June Christi challenged CS readers via www.ClassicalSinger.com to watch 10 operas this summer and complete her survey below. If you haven’t started, it’s not too late! Find details here.
Wondering what to do with your free time this summer? Take the 10 opera challenge and accompanying survey to put that spare time to the best use.
Once your music is learned and memorized, taking it to the next level comes down to your dramatic delivery. But what do you do with your hands? Learn the dos and don’ts here.
Whether you are singing your first or last jury this month, abiding by these 10 rules
will reduce your stress and ensure your success.
If you’re struggling to understand why your teacher is giving you yet one more song to learn out of your Twenty-Four Italian Songs and Arias book, here is the background and perspective you need.
Singers look back on their college years and share what they wish they would have known before they began their music major.
The semester is just beginning. If you haven’t been as successful as you hoped in the past, implement these words of wisdom for starting and finishing strong.
Owning original music is valuable on so many levels, the least of which is that anything else is illegal. But where and how do you start? Read up on the essential books that will give you a solid start to creating your own music library.
Are you stuck in a repertoire rut? Or do you feel that your teacher isn’t assigning you songs that you love? Learn how to take the bull by the horns and find the music that is right for your voice and that will truly inspire you.
Practice. Whether you love or hate that word, it should be something you do daily as a singer. Consider the hows and whys to find more motivation, enjoyment, and value in your own daily practice.
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