Anthony Dean Griffey’s career began with no resources, but with the help of generous and knowledgeable teachers, he has proven his masterful abilities and has had huge success in the industry with only five auditions. His credits now include the title role in Peter Grimes, Lennie Small in Of Mice and Men, and Mitch in A Streetcar Named Desire, among many others. Learn how his authenticity for these characters was born out of a place of adversity and how his early struggles with poverty, bullies, and illness in his family have not only made him a better performer and a deeply committed teacher, but someone who continues to give back and who is loved by his colleagues.
Get a glimpse into the life of a singer who has succeeded when others told her she would not.
Extensive musical diversity creates many paid opportunities for a singer with a strong Greek heritage.
Two books explore and preserve the ideas of renowned voice teachers who have left a lasting impact on the singing world.
The audition experience varies widely from classical to crossover styles. Find out what you need to know about the musical theatre audition process here.
Many are familiar with the works by Johann Sebastian Bach. But what about the works by his son? Discover a new world of repertoire perfect for recital, concert, or worship service.
Get to know more about those in the most coveted operatic training program in the U.S.
Every collegiate voice major in the United States sooner or later will have to take diction—the class that teaches how to sing effectively in other languages besides English (although occasionally
There are many ways to enhance your educational experience, and doing so will make you a much stronger singer.
The Curtis Institute of Music has been producing world-class talent for almost 100 years. A change in leadership this fall guarantees that this tradition will continue for another century.
Don’t roll the dice this fall with your private voice teacher selection. The research and contact you make will have a lasting impact.
Paying university tuition, fees, and books can feel like an insurmountable obstacle. Arm yourself with as much knowledge as you can in tackling this hurdle.
Get a closer look at a composer who strives to work with singers rather than making demands of them. His approach and techniques offer invaluable insight for every singer at any stage.
Don’t forget the seemingly small details when preparing for university auditions. They can make a big difference in whether or not you are successful.
Maintaining and caring for your instrument begins by advocating for yourself.
Don’t wait until the last year of your degree program to formulate a lucrative plan for post-university life. Prepare now to get that degree to pay you back.
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