Teaching voice is a wonderful "day job". Pedagogy expert Joan Boytim has just written a voice teacher's manual-and completed more than 30 volumes of teaching material- to help you.
July is Classical Singer’s Coach’s Month. This Coach issue happens every July—and it gives us the opportunity to spotlight a coach as Coach of the Year. This year we chose
Those of us who coached with Robert will miss his friendship, patience, gentle humor, wonderful musicianship and language skills. Most of all, we will miss his calm amidst the storm that is sometimes the world of opera.
A good coach can mean the difference between a career that truly sings and one that merely warbles. Joan Krueger—Classical Singer's 2004 Coach of the year—has helped make that difference for many a singer. Ms. Krueger received her award last month during the Classical Singer convention at the Hartford School of Music.
Family and singing. It’s tough to make the two go together. I did it, but it required a lot of sacrifices—sacrifices on the part of my family, and sacrifices on
I hope you still feel small when you stand by the ocean Whenever one door closes I hope one more opens Promise me that you’ll give faith the fighting chance
I was a young voice student at Cal State Northridge when I first heard of Carol Vaness. It was during my second lesson with Dr. David W. Scott. I didn’t
It started with Twiggy. At 5-foot-6 and an anorexic 99 pounds, she changed our concept of beauty. No longer was it acceptable to see a female form. The drape of
Editor’s Note: The following two letters are representative of several received in response to a singer’s one negative comment in the January 2004 issue on her experience at Shaker Mountain.
You say you love your art. How much are you willing to sacrifice for it? Do you really love to sing, or are you focused on the supposed rewards that
Dear Editor: Love the magazine. Keep up the great work. I would love to read about countertenors, church/oratorio, choral articles, more on vocal health. Loved the Spanish repertoire article. [July
This month’s issue is a treasure trove of articles for singers on all levels, with a host of special features for singers who enjoy summer programs. Our cover story highlights
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