Sometimes as an actor or actress, you have to sing a song that you don’t particularly love, but an audition should not be one of those times! If you relate
Uncle Tony offers his advice for students returning to the classroom this month. Read his thoughts on how studying music at the university level requires using both the left and right hemispheres of the brain and much more.
We asked college professors what students should and shouldn’t do in their in-person voice audition. Find out what made the top 12 here.
When considering electives to complete your degree, a musical theatre acting class might be just the thing to take your performance to the next level. That’s what happened for one New York City-based singer.
Accelerate your vocal progress by coupling classroom and studio knowledge with four practices that will help you create your own individual program.
Read what students should and shouldn’t do to stand out in the right ways while pursuing a college degree—from social media to rehearsals to class.
Knowing how to make a lasting impression at your college audition or a competition like the one CS hosts in Boston this month can at best seem illusive and at worst impossible. But it might actually be simpler than you think.
Three music theory gurus lend perspective and ideas to the hows and whys of studying music theory.
Looking to freshen up your art song repertoire this fall? These suggestions will help you get a jump-start on upcoming recitals, concerts, and juries.
As a new fall semester begins, application of these six principles outside of the classroom will help you reach above and beyond your degree requirements as you become an entrepreneurial learner.
So you want to major in music. That’s a great first step. But is vocal performance the path for you? Or music education? Or musical theatre? Or music therapy? And what about a double major? Read about the ins and outs of each major here to help determine the right choice for you.
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