“Dear Dr. Jahn: My doctor says my larynx is normal, but I’m still slightly hoarse. What is going on?” This is a frustrating, and not infrequent, occurrence. The voice is
Singers who are traveling full-time are becoming increasingly more vocal about keeping family relationships strong. Sarah Bryan Miller, a homeschooler herself, answers the many requests for information on the ins, outs, and details of homeschooling for singers and their families.
Should you take the plunge? Joan Krueger on the pros and
cons of being a New York City coach
New York taxes are among the highest in the nation. For 21 years, Volunteer Income Taxes for Artists (VITA) has done income tax returns for performers at no charge. Conard Fowkes, an experienced actor and volunteer with VITA, explains the potential pitfalls hidden within the complexity of New York tax laws.
Do you have to live in New York City to have a career? Professional and emerging professional singers from around the world talk about where they live and work.
I can’t tell my mother where I’m living.
Looking through our database we found building which have seven or more singers living in them.
One year ago, soprano Kimberley Bentley began the process of transforming herself from a student to a professional singer. The proposition is formidable under any circumstances, and life in New York City presents special challenges. Photographer Jonathan Ellis documented a week’s worth of frustrations and triumphs. Kimberley discusses them below.
We first fell under Jennifer’s spell when she was singing Romeo in I Capuleti e i Montecchi with Opera Orchestra of New York. Backstage, her warm-ups alone would’ve won a Grammy. She wrote the following article by e-mail from her hotel in Europe where she was doing a new recording of…Romeo!
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