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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

I first discovered a physical benefit of singing by complete surprise, when playing a...
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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 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...
  • 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...