Where should you start when choosing a summer program or YAP? Get advice and direction from the pros here.
Don’t roll the dice this fall with your private voice teacher selection. The research and contact you make will have a lasting impact.
No matter where you’re at in your performing career, begin utilizing the many benefits of crossover work.
The Jacobs School of Music at Indiana University has long had what is considered one of the top 10 vocal performance programs in the country. This year the school celebrates 70 years of its opera program. Read about the history of the program as well as its future and the great things to come.
Three music theory gurus lend perspective and ideas to the hows and whys of studying music theory.
Stage time in college is coveted and critical to a singer’s training and success. But what if you’re offered a role that doesn’t feel like a fit for your voice? Find out how to weigh the pros and cons and make the best decision for you.
Baritone Thomas Hampson continues to inspire singers, teachers, and artists alike with his work in promoting art song. Read about his foundation’s most recent offering: the Song of America Educators Workshop in New York City.
For singer parents, improvisational singing with their children at home probably seems like the most mundane and natural of things. But a new study suggests such activities may have long-term and lasting impacts on children’s development. Read about the study here and see what musical parents have to say about such music making.
Lecture recitals don’t have to be boring. An expert in entertaining and informing, Carole J. Bufford shares how she programs an evening of talking and singing to make sure it does just that.
Singers living and working in New York City reflect on their college experiences and offer advice for making the most of your four years.
Twin brothers are leading careers as both duo and solo singers. Find out how they started performing together and how their business savvy is paying big dividends for themselves and the students they work with in their original outreach program.
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