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Singing is Psychological

What most beginner singers don’t realize is that singing is actually psychological as much as,...
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What is "Blues?"

W.C. Handy " the weirdest music I had ever heard" . Blue - best explains the mood of Negro...
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The Art of Being Yourself in Singing

“Be yourself; everyone else is already taken.” - Oscar Wilde  You don't have to have a...
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The X-Factor Dream

I am often approached by X-Factor seductees. "I'm going to audition", "I've got an audition",...

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  • One technique - many vocal styles

    Mary Carewe Jazz/ Pop Singing Teacher (Croydon) Picture I believe music is music – and singing is singing! There is good music and there is good singing – and the idea that only one type of music or singing is good is, in my opinion, wrong. With good vocal technique you can sing in many different styles. Sure you adapt your vocal sound to suit the...
  • Is Classical Training good for Jazz Singers? Editor's Pick

    Natalia Kawka Jazz/ Pop Singing Teacher (East London) Picture Very often we hear that jazz and pop singing should not be taught simultaneously with classical vocal training. We are told that classical singing could potentially interfere with jazz style and the vocal quality we are aiming for. Since I started classical vocal training and did a research on...
  • The power within our breath

    Beth Keys-Holloway Jazz/ Pop Singing Teacher (Ipswich) Picture When starting my own exploration into how singing makes me feel, little did I know that the breath and the use of it brings emotion and depth to a whole new level of sound and soul. It was through my studying and practice that I learned the techniques and benefits of using the body as my...

 

  • Singing at a Jazz Vocal Open Mic evening Editor's Pick

    Shireen Francis Jazz/ Pop Singing Teacher (South East London) Picture Singing at an open mic night is one of the best ways for singers to build their performance and vocal skills as well as socialising and networking. They come in various shapes and sizes! I’ve come across jazz vocal open mic evenings where the accompanist/band don’t expect you to bring in music...
  • The Art of Being Yourself in Singing Editor's Pick

    Stephanie Grace Jazz/ Pop Singing Teacher (South West London) Picture “Be yourself; everyone else is already taken.” - Oscar Wilde  You don't have to have a voice like Christina Aguilera to touch a heart and blow you away. Everyone is unique and has something that no one else has, to bring to the table. I have watched the most vocally dexterous performance,...
  • The X-Factor Dream Editor's Pick

    Miriam Elwell-Sutton Jazz/ Pop Singing Teacher (Glasgow) Picture I am often approached by X-Factor seductees. "I'm going to audition", "I've got an audition", "I'm going to be on tv" they clamour. There are a number of reasons why this is a huge turn off for many singing teachers. My initial feeling is about the programme itself. A celebration of mediocrity;...