Touring and traveling for singing can be fraught with problems for singers’ health. Read on for tips and tricks for staying healthy on the road.
We often create stories in our minds about what who we are and what we can accomplish. In this article, Jon Skidmore encourages us to look at these stories and challenge them. Read on to learn how to think more positively about your life!
The doctor is in, with some words of wisdom for the prospective college student. Dr. Jahn puts things in perspective to help you make the most of your college years.
We all have dreams about what we might achieve in a performing career. For Rebekah Casad, it was to become a Disney Princess. Read on for tips from Rebekah about making your Disney dreams come true!
Jarrod Lee tells his story of finding his voice as a singer and as a librettist.
Starting your freshmen year as a voice performance major is equal parts thrilling and terrifying! Read on to see what advice current voice performance majors from around the country have for incoming freshmen.
In this two-part series, learn more about how to use your singing training to enter the voiceover world.
Perimenopause, menopause, and postmenopause can be a challenging period for singers. Read on to learn more about the vocal signs of this life change and maintaining elasticity, flexibility, and agility through it.
New resources will help both performers and educators give their regards to Broadway.
A benefit concert held in memory of heralded soprano Rebecca Luker shines a light on crossover repertoire.
To be a performing artist is to exist in a constant state of whiplash, especially in a classical art form. Getting to a place of self-empowerment can seem impossible. Read on to learn how to gain confidence as a singer.
Artists Othalie Graham, Paul Chwe MinChul An, and Indira Mahajan share their experiences with repertoire as it relates to their ethnic makeup and identity.
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