Cynthia Vaughn used the recent NATS convention in San Diego to talk to many sources about how this delicate process works-and how it doesn't!
The National Anthem is sung at ball fields all summer long. Often you feel the need to run down there and help them out! How does a trained classical singer get that job? Whether doing it for love or for money, here's how!
It won’t bring you fame or money, but there is a certain thrill in singing the National Anthem to a crowd of sports enthusiasts. Each year, thousands of amateur and
Here are a few of the many great things your pianist does for you. How you can make your pianist's work easier and improve the final, joint result.
Joan Frey Boytim and other private teachers show you the ropes –and the ropes to skip.
Looking for a summer gig in a beautiful location, known for its artistic nature?
This might be just what you’re looking for!
There are more people in Sarah Davis’s school than in her entire hometown. Growing up in Sterling, Colorado (population 10,000), she already knew what it was like to be a big fish in a small pond.
. “My school was so small that I was the only freshman voice major that year. Really!” By comparison, the 20 voice majors enrolled last year at Saint Xavier University in Chicago must seem like a bumper crop
Even if you’ve been accepted to your top-pick school, getting the “right teacher”
is a game of chance. Here’s how to improve your odds
Experts say benefit recitals are one of the best ways for singers to underwrite their careers. Cynthia Vaughn spoke with one “stage mom” who helped her son raise $6,000 for a prestigious summer program and NY audition trips.
con*sor*tium, n. 1 : an agreement, combination, or group formed to undertake an enterprise beyond the resources of any one.
Sometimes it takes a tragedy to remind us of the importance of what we do, and why we sacrifice so much to do it. Sometimes it can help us all to remember the capacity for music to reach out and heal.
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