Extensive musical diversity creates many paid opportunities for a singer with a strong Greek heritage.
Get a glimpse into the life of a singer who has succeeded when others told her she would not.
How does one transition away from three decades of a life work? For Ann Baltz, this not only became her new reality but a necessity.
One singer shares her experience with balancing a full-time teaching career coupled with a production run amidst a health crisis.
Darden Purcell, a Washington D.C. based jazz vocalist, enjoys an active performing career in addition to being the director of jazz studies at George Mason University. She has performed nationally
WHERE LAST I GOT PAID TO SING -SERIES CJ Greer balances a career as an assistant professor of music and music theatre at the University of Nevada–Reno with performing musical
Any singer’s worst fear is seriously damaging their voice. Livelihood, personal identity, and mental health can be affected. This first entry in a new Classical Singer column focuses on the very personal story of a renowned teacher and singer whose life was shaken when this fear became a reality.
Read about a classically trained singer whose performance career has enjoyed more frequency and profit in Broadway roles.
Scheduling flexibility, greater performance training, and earning income are benefits found in the heart of production as a chorister.
Read about one singer’s gig involving a merger between operatic and popular styles coupled with emerging technology.
Discover how a singing profession not only provides a steady income but also leads to learning new, unexpected skills.
Networking and making connections with directors and conductors are crucial to building a singing career. But, as one singer shows, the connections made with an audience during a performance are deeper and leave a lasting impression.
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