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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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Voice Body Connection

I want to talk to you today about voice body connection. When we talk, laugh, cry, shout and...
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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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  • 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,...
  • Knees Knocking

    Shirley Kent Jazz/ Pop Singing Teacher (Oxford) Picture I remember standing on stage and my knees were knocking with fear. There I stood in front of a microphone, the faces out there, the pianist starting to play the intro. I was fifteen, I had practised, I knew the song but those knees were performing all on their own and that is all I could think...

 

  • 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;...
  • Singing Voice - An Extension of Speaking Voice

    Gabi Kozyra Jazz/ Pop Singing Teacher (South East London) Picture Singing has always been a part of my nature. Some natural thing to do. But only when I started studying singing, I discovered that it is nothing else than speaking in a wider range. That simple thought brought a new idea to my mind. The idea of what I can do and how I can do it with my voice....
  • What is "Blues?" Editor's Pick

    Sasha Vilcinska Jazz/ Pop Singing Teacher (North London) Picture W.C. Handy " the weirdest music I had ever heard" . Blue - best explains the mood of Negro slaves in White America, what they managed to express through the music; blues music. It was faith and hope that African American slaves put into field hollers, work songs, spirituals and country strain...