Wilma Wever

Wilma Wever

Wilma H. Wever, recognized by The New York Times for being “attractive and engaging” in her world premiere of Jocasta, works as a professional singer, teaches voice at the American Musical and Dramatic Academy in New York and gives Performance Wellness workshops. She graduated from Mannes College of Music in New York.


Another Look at Performance Preparation and Peak Performance

Performance anxiety is a complex and difficult hurdle to overcome. What may work for one may not work for another. With that in mind, and in the spirit of open dialogue, consider an alternative take on recent CS articles on the subject.

That’s It

What do you do after graduation? How do you stay motivated and positive amid lots of rejection? Hard work, for starters—and then learning how to effectively deal with adversity and challenges. Find out how this can make all the difference.

That’s It : Dealing with Adversity and Challenges in Your Career and Life

What do you do after graduation? How do you stay motivated and positive amid lots of rejection? Hard work, for starters―and then learning how to effectively deal with adversity and challenges. Find out how this can make all the difference.

Battling Academic Pressures : Emotional Well-being for Students

Social and academic pressure can make college a stressful time. Add long hours in the practice room, a rigorous rehearsal schedule, constant critiquing, and intense competition into the mix, and the life of a college studentsinger can be even more challenging. You can find balance and maintain your emotional sanity amidst the craziness. Wilma Wever shares several terrific strategies that will help.

Sing Without Fear

There are no quick fixes but there are plenty of resources and work you can do to overcome this debilitating problem.