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Singing Tips

Singers are unique in that, unlike instrumentalists, they have their instrument inside them and...
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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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"But I can't sing!"

"But, I can't sing!" This is a cry I hear often when people are asked to sing at family...

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  • Your voice is a hidden treasure.

    Phoebe Eley Classical Singing Teacher (North West London) Picture You are the master and owner of your own voice. Most instrumentalists carry their instruments on their back, shoulders, between their hands. As singers we carry ours inside our bodies. We sleep with them in our bodies, we run with them, we shout, we laugh, we talk, we exercise, we go out to...
  • Singing, Anatomy and Imagination

    Nicola Harrison Classical Singing Teacher (Oxford) Picture The act of singing is highly complex. Involving:- Coordination of back muscles, lower abdominal muscles, intercostal and thoracic muscles and diaphragm.- Intricate interactions of the intrinsic and extrinsic muscles of the larynx (for example at least 27 muscles here), the tongue, the pharynx...
  • Talent Versus Grit

    Pascal Kennedy Classical Singing Teacher (South East London) Picture There is a fine line between listening to the advice of those that know better and putting yourself in a box made for you by others. And if I'm honest I'm not sure there's a way to tell the difference. Success rarely goes entirely hand in hand with talent. We all know successful people who...

 

  • The Benefits Of Singing Across Generations

    Ruby Hill Classical Singing Teacher (Worcester) Picture Singing and using the voice to its full potential can benefit us in many ways. When we sing, our bodies release endorphins, which are our feel-good hormones. Also dopamine is released, a chemical linked to our biological needs, and so singing is closer related to our basic human instinct than we...
  • Try, Try, Try Again...And Then Again!

    Sophie Kearns Classical Singing Teacher (Coventry) Picture I believe one of the main aspects for a teacher to deliver and encourage to their students is confidence! Confidence is an issue so many people struggle with, no matter what age or in what subject or day to day task. In some cases (in my case) you can have all of the confidence in the world,...
  • What Is Vocal Pedagogy?

    Jasmine Faulkner Classical Singing Teacher (South East London) Picture Vocal Pedagogy is the study of the art and science of voice instruction. It is used in singing teaching and helps to define what singing is, how it works and how to establish a good technique. Vocal Pedagogy includes different aspects of singing like posture, vocal registers, phonetics, anatomy,...