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Remembering Iya’s Impact at Caffè Taci

Read about a cherished pianist who dedicated countless hours to budding singers in New York City.

Musical Theater and Crossover: : Growing Your Opportunities

No matter where you’re at in your performing career, begin utilizing the many benefits of crossover work.

Why Classical Singers Are Leaving Opera for Musical Theatre

Have a look at what classically trained singers are saying about their transition to Broadway.

Overcoming Adversity : Jeannette LoVetri and Vocal Fold Paresis

Any singer’s worst fear is seriously damaging their voice. Livelihood, personal identity, and mental health can be affected. This first entry in a new Classical Singer column focuses on the very personal story of a renowned teacher and singer whose life was shaken when this fear became a reality.

Crossover Corner : Seven Questions to Consider

Are you wondering about the logistics or process of crossing over into musical theatre from the classical world? The first segment of this new Classical Singer column aims to answer many of these questions and brings to light other questions you might not have already considered.

Where I Last Got Paid to Sing : CJ Greer From ‘Mamma Mia!’ to Mozart

Read about a classically trained singer whose performance career has enjoyed more frequency and profit in Broadway roles.

The Expansive Career of Baritone Rolando Panerai

Read about the influences and inspirations of a singer whose career span has included sharing the stage with Maria Callas to a Gianni Schicchi performance in 2011.

Amy Justman: The Leading Lady of Crossover

Amy Justman’s career has included both Bach’s St. John Passion and Sondheim’s Company and many works in between. Learn how her strong musical background has made her not only able to cross such large divides but also a more marketable and a sought-after performer.

Freelance Singer’s Survival Guide : Filtering Feedback

We’ve all been there… The conflicting information and comments. The confusing or unsolicited advice. Let’s take a brief look two common scenarios, and ways you can filter through all the

Option Up or Option Out? When to Stick with the Score

If you’ve ever listened to an original Broadway cast recording while following along with the printed music, you may have noticed some differences between what you hear and what you

Where I Last Got Paid to Sing : Soprano Kelsea Webb Has Her Cake and Eats It Too

Scheduling flexibility, greater performance training, and earning income are benefits found in the heart of production as a chorister.

Classical Concrete: A Review and Guide to the NYC Music Scene

Classical Concrete: March 2019 March 7, 2019 | Wine & Food Tasting 7PM | Show 8PM American Baritone, Lucas Meachem, and his wife, pianist Irina Meachem, bring Mahler’s Kindertotenlieder to a