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Coffee with Marilyn Maye

Marilyn Maye continues to be in high demand as a singer at 95 years young. She shares her decades of wisdom as a performing artist with CS readers.

College Connections: Are AP Classes Worth It?

Advanced Placement classes can add stress to your high school experience, but can also save time and money when you go to college. These courses can help you focus more intensely on your musical, theatrical, and dance training when you begin a university program.

Keeping Company on the Road: Auditions

Join CJ Greer as she travels the country in the Broadway touring production of Company – coming to a city near you! Each month she discusses the ins and outs of life on the road. First up – auditioning for a national tour!

PR for Singers

Are you interested in working with a publicist, but have no idea where to start? Read on to learn about the major areas of publicity to help you navigate your career.

Music Major Minute: Daily Practice Rx: Show Up, then “Treat Yo’ Self!”

Learn more about daily practice habits to make your semester’s voice lessons successful.

Finding the Right Voice Studio Fit: Considerations for Students and Teacher

André Chiang and Victoria Vargas discuss studio inclusivity and ways to create and maintain a safe space in the voice studio.

2023 Sphinx Medalist Aundi Marie Moore makes her Carnegie Hall Debut

Soprano Aundi Marie Moore was named by the Sphinx Organization as one of the 2023 recipients of the Sphinx Medal of Excellence. She'll be making her Carnegie Hall debut on October 20th, 2023.

Don’t Sing What You Must, Sing What You Are!

Tenor Josaphat Contreras shares his story of creating a recital program based on his cultural heritage and why you should focus your efforts on authentically performing for yourself.

Crossover Corner: Baby One More Time

This month’s Crossover Corner explores triple threat training, stylistic differences across shows, and the reminder that through it all, singers need to breathe.

Breaking into Voice Acting (Part 2): Studio and Equipment

Part 2 of this series on voiceover focuses on creating your studio space and the equipment that can help you put your best foot forward. 

College Connection: Auditioning for College – What I Wish I’d Known

Many singers wish they’d known more before their auditions. Read on to learn what college audition panels are looking for. 

Decolonizing the Art Song with Patricia Caicedo

Singer, scholar, writer, and educator Patricia Caicedo has made art song by Latin American and Iberian composers more accessible. In this interview, she shares her creative mission, entrepreneurial spirit, and process for decolonization, opening up new pathways for singers.