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The importance of suiting the student

Singing is different for everyone and everyone's bodies are different. We differ from those...
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Preparing A Song Recital vs. Preparing A Role

One of the biggest differences of preparing a recital compared to preparing a role, is that with...
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Primal Sound

Primal sound is a connection between the voice and the emotional core. A laugh, sighs, cries,...
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Today's tools for learning singing

From the chanting of religious orders to grand opera and current pop music, using the voice...

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  • What Makes For A Powerful Singing Performance? Editor's Pick

    Katharina Megli Classical Singing Teacher (Cambridge) Picture In performance I’m often struck by how a singer’s natural desire to sing beautifully can stand in the way of a truly powerful performance of the song itself. This isn’t surprising. As classical singers we spend years training our voices to meet the technical demands of the music we want to...
  • To Sing is To Learn

    Lucinda Turner Classical Singing Teacher (Coventry) Picture Singing. Everyone knows it is good for the soul, but can it also be good for the school and the scholar? Singing is one of the many feel-good activities that triggers the body to release endorphins. These endorphins provide a sense of well being and satisfaction. The sound of young voices...
  • Freedom In Singing

    Vasili Karpiak Classical Singing Teacher (South West London) Picture In the very beginning of trying to explore our vocal potential, it is essential to completely exclude the movement of shoulders whilst we are breathing. The majority of vocal teachers of the past emphasised the importance of involving the lower part of the lungs in the process of breathing for...

 

  • An Opera Begins Long Before The Curtain Goes Up...

    Fiona Caroline Classical Singing Teacher (Slough) Picture Whether you would like to focus on technique, performance, grades or simply have fun with music there will always be a lesson tailored to your needs with a good teacher. Music is for all ages and abilities so even if you've thought 'I'd love to have a go at...' then you are still the perfect...
  • Does Posture Affect Your Singing?

    H Moodie Classical Singing Teacher (West London) Picture Teachers will often mention good posture, but do you really understand why, and why it is so important? This is a subject vast enough to write at least a book on, but I would like to share some observations based on my own experience. In order to sing well I think we can all agree that knowing...
  • How To Prepare For Singing Auditions

    Thalie Knights Classical Singing Teacher (Brighton) Picture At some stage, all performers will be faced with the daunting task of an audition! Here are a few points I've obtained over the past couple of years, and advice which has been passed on via Casting Departments at several of the top UK Opera Companies. What you sing, and how you sing it How you...