Is Musical Theatre Singing Damaging to the Classical Voice? Works written for the musical theatre vary greatly in style, some of which are more in sync with the opulent legato,
A voice teacher and founder of a summer program for the last 14 years in Aub and Coesfeld, Germany, Neil Semer essays on the singer’s desire for control. Is control good or bad? Is it really necessary for the singer? And, if so, how do you achieve it?
One of the favorites at the Classical Singer Convention, Neil Semer here helps singers reach beyond the ordinary.
Neil Semer’s summer program and master classes across the country are well known. Here he speaks of the possible role that musical theatre can play in the life of a classical singer.
Singers and teachers who understand chiaroscuro and who know how to produce this kind of a tone in themselves and in their students are very rare. Here, a noted voice teacher explains the balance of bright and dark singing, applying it to other aspects of life as well.
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