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Breath Support in Singing

During my own studies I have looked extensively into the importance of the correct use of breath...
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Should I have Singing Lessons?

If you sing in the bath or shower, find yourself drawn to karaoke, or, perhaps, sing along to...
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"But I can't sing!"

"But, I can't sing!" This is a cry I hear often when people are asked to sing at family...
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Contrasting views on Opera

Contrasting views on Opera Opinions and views on music are never the same, and this in fact is...

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  • The voice: a precious instrument

    Leonel Pinheiro Classical Singing Teacher (South West London) Picture The voice is one of the most precious instruments the human body has but also one of the most neglected. We use the voice to call the taxi, to express emotions from happiness to anger, to sing, and most of all to talk. We take it as granted but for many people it's impossible to imagine that the...
  • Useful books for singing technique

    Katherine Williamson Classical Singing Teacher (Bromley) Picture These are some books I find very useful to learn about singing technique: 1. The Structure of Singing - Richard Miller : http://www.amazon.co.uk/The-Structure-Singing-System-Technique/dp/0534255353Why? It shows some fantastic pictures for illustrating the ideal tongue positioning for vowels. ...
  • Improving your vocal technique

    Eleanor Garside Classical Singing Teacher (West London) Picture If you ever have a spare ten minutes, the best thing you could ever do to improve your basic vocal technique, without even singing a single note, is to listen to opera superstars Joan Sutherland and Marilyn Horne speaking about breath, support and open throat. The video is freely available on...

 

  • Today's tools for learning singing Editor's Pick

    Dario D Classical Singing Teacher (North London) Picture From the chanting of religious orders to grand opera and current pop music, using the voice effectively has been studied throughout history. Some gradual changes have been the results of very large developments (e.g. the role of women in society, colonising empires, our increasing ability to...
  • Musical Introduction

    Harry T Classical Singing Teacher (South West London) Picture “If children are not introduced to music at an early age, I believe something fundamental is actually being taken away from them.” - Pavarotti Throughout my childhood music was around me. Whether that be in the car, on the way to school or at concert during my early years at school. The human...
  • Integration of Stanislavsky method with Singing

    Molly Lynch Classical Singing Teacher (Harrow) Picture What we are doing vocally is constantly feeding our process as actors. I believe if we become truly aware of how and why this is happening we can devise a way of training that takes advantage of the fact that our larynx is a part of the psychophysical body and a muscle which uses tension and...