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The Many Benefits of Singing in a Choir

Singing in choirs is more popular than ever right now. Performing in a group has really grown in...
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Thoughts On Mindset and Character Analysis

I find that vocal freedom comes from commitment to the journey of the character. Exploring the...
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Singing Wagner

Recently I was invited by Dame Anne Evans to sing the Liebestod from Wagner's Tristan und Isolde...
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Breathing for Singing

One of the most common questions from aspiring singers is 'how do you breathe?' The answer can...

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  • Performing As A Singer

    Ilona Domnich Classical Singing Teacher (Enfield) Picture I am a great anticipator. I get excited when I expect something to happened. That includes preparation for a concert, from learning the music to getting dressed for a performance. From meeting the orchestra to seeing how our collaboration is unfolding. Perhaps the expectation of what is about to...
  • Why Do I Sing?

    Emma Stannard Classical Singing Teacher (Brighton) Picture People choose to sing for a number of reasons. Some people can't imagine doing anything else. Some people discover they have a voice and are encouraged by others to develop their talent and some people want to challenge themselves to learn a new skill. There are endless reasons why people choose...
  • Singing Truly Freely

    Lucy Mair Classical Singing Teacher (Brighton) Picture Anyone who has had singing lessons before will be aware we often work with images and the imagination. "Sing as if you're drinking it in", "Sing as if the sound is coming from your eyes", "Imagine the sound is a thread going through the eye of a needle" are some examples I have heard numerous...

 

  • Performing BelCanto Repertoire pt.1

    Ricardo Panela Classical Singing Teacher (South West London) Picture Bel Canto opera has been a cornerstone of my repertoire ever since my professional career began. Most of the roles I've performed more often fall into this style of repertoire: Dottore Malatesta, Rossini's Figaro, Belcore, and so on. It also happens that it's one of my favourite musical genres...
  • Resilience in Singing (and life in general)

    Ricardo Panela Classical Singing Teacher (South West London) Picture When I was asked by Audition Oracle to write a blog post, I didn't immediately know what I could write about that would be a good addition to all the great previous posts from esteemed colleagues. However, because the request came as a follow-up of a newspaper review regarding a lecture I did...
  • The Unbalanced Operatic Voice by Michael Vickers

    Michael Vickers Classical Singing Teacher (West London) Picture The Unbalanced Operatic Voice by Michael Vickers Singers thought training are taught to bring their voices into 'balance'. This is a logical means by which a singer gains a voice even throughout its range, uniform in tone and consistent in quality. These are positive aims agreed upon almost...