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A Singer is a Musician

Most people can (or think they can) sing a tune. All you need to do is watch an episode of the...
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Perfect Pitch: Asset or Hindrance?

One of the questions I am most frequently asked by aspiring jazz vocalists is: How do I know...
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Four health benefits of singing

I first discovered a physical benefit of singing by complete surprise, when playing a...
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Vocal Technique vs. Jazz Musicianship

On the one hand: posture, alignment, breath support, vocal placement, resonance, tone, dynamics,...

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  • Four health benefits of singing Editor's Pick

    Natasha Gilbert Jazz/ Pop Singing Teacher (North London) Picture I first discovered a physical benefit of singing by complete surprise, when playing a competitive game with my family. We decided to see who could hold their breath for the longest amount of time, testing the survival of the fittest. I never expected to do very well, as I have never been all...
  • A Natural Voice?

    Kate Mullins Jazz/ Pop Singing Teacher (East London) Picture I teach so many students who come for lessons feeling very deeply about all areas of their life; work, family, love, loss; the whole emotional spectrum. But despite ‘feeling it’ and wanting to release it through song, they're frustrated that they can’t initially deliver this emotion...
  • The Art of Imitation leads to Individuality...

    Kate Mullins Jazz/ Pop Singing Teacher (East London) Picture If somebody wants to learn music, it must be because they love listening to and playing music. In my case, as a singing teacher, it's usually because they love to sing and find out how a vocalist can influence the instrumentalists who are playing with them. I think it's very important to build...

 

  • Why do we want to sing? Editor's Pick

    Emilia Martensson Jazz/ Pop Singing Teacher (East London) Picture Today there is so much around us that implies that singing is about image, money and fame. A lot of my younger students want to be singers because of all the glitter and glamour there seems to be around it. But singing is about so much more than that. Wanting to learn or develop your singing, to...
  • Why do we sing?

    Claire de Belloy Jazz/ Pop Singing Teacher (West London) Picture Why do we sing? In every continent, from the biggest to the smallest country, there are singers, influenced by their own culture, expressing their feelings through the vibration of their vocal folds. Why? Simply because singing is about digging into ourselves and finding our personality. It is...
  • Don't practise to the point of being in pain!

    Jazz/ Pop Singing Teacher (Exeter) Picture Music is such a beautiful and amazing subject but sometimes when training and practising we put our body, muscles and joints under too much strain. I know so many musicians, including myself, to push themselves to the limit, which sometimes can result in RSI or severe muscle pain. If at any...