At the start of your professional career it can be hard to get work. I speak from experience. You apply for job after job after job, and no luck. There is a huge amount of competition in London, and presumably elsewhere too, so there are lots of very talented people competing for a few positions...
Hello, fellow musicians! I really want to recommend this blog to all musicians and performers of any kind. It is called the Bulletproof Musician (http://www.bulletproofmusician.com) and I feel it offers excellent advice on how to overcome stage fright, how to become an excellent musician and...
A week in the life of an Opera Singer,
Life as an Opera Singer is incredibly rewarding, diverse and stimulating in a countless number of ways. On a day to day basis, an opera singer has the opportunity to make love to a beautiful woman, kill a treacherous enemy, do a little casual cross dressing...
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I would strongly recommend any singers interested in learning more about singing technique to read the following books:
The Structure of Singing by Richard MillerThe Art of Singing by Richard Miller
I recommend Janice Chapman's 'Bible' on singing technique, "Singing and Teaching Singing: A Holistic Approach to Classical Voice".
It is a fantastic book for anyone starting to learn to sing!
Everything we sing tells a story, whether it is a lullaby to help a child to sleep or an operatic aria to a crowd of thousands. Song has the power to convey the deepest emotions and to elicit those emotions in the audience, and as singers we have to keep reminding ourselves that performances are...
Watch this video to see the effect music can have on a person when they are elderly or unwell:
Singing can burn up to 260 calories an hour. That's the equivalent of one mars bar.
Singing also means that you will strengthen your core muscles thus helping posture.
It is important to know as a singer that the way your larynx (or voice) sings higher notes is by tilting. Some singers do this without any problem, some need some help to get it working, and others sometimes have developed problems from bad techniques that inhibit this natural movement. As your...
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Music is the mediator between the spiritual and the sensual life. ~Ludwig van Beethoven
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