Lisa Houston

Lisa Houston

Dramatic soprano, Lisa Houston, is a longtime contributor to Classical Singer magazine and the website, San Francisco Classical Voice. She sings and writes in the San Francisco Bay Area, where she recently performed Beethoven’s concert aria, “Ah! perfido” with the Kensington Symphony Orchestra. Houston is the founder of SingerSpirit.com, a site with ideas, instruction, and inspiration for classical singers.


Your Health: The Thyroid

Whether you know it or not, there is a small, butterfly-shaped gland located directly under your larynx that affects the function of virtually every organ in your body. It regulates

Preaching from the Choir : Science Catches Up to the Benefits of Choral Singing

For the singer who can’t wait to fulfill those mandatory choir credits or the one who dreads it, recent studies reveal some unexpected and profound benefits of choral singing.

What Would Deborah Do

Superstar soprano, Deborah Voigt, is taking charge of life beyond the stage in a commanding way. A biography, a one-woman show, a teaching fellowship at Notre Dame, artistic director of

What Would Deborah Voigt Do?

Superstar soprano, Deborah Voigt, is taking charge of life beyond the stage in a commanding way. A biography, a one-woman show, a teaching fellowship at Notre Dame, artistic director of