Performing As A Singer

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Subject: Singing » Classical Singing
Last updated: 15/05/2018
Tags: articles on various vocal techniques, classical music, ilona domnich, inspiration

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 happen is equally powerful to the experience of the performance. Every detail is important, following all my little rituals before, during and after, everything that gets my full attention is what makes my experience of singing enjoyable and wholesome.

Many times I learn a new programme to just perform it once. After I have sung it, I am already preparing for the next. As a singer, while you are anticipating the new concert/ programme/ performance, you must keep thinking about what you are currently singing. The music continues in your heart, head and voice until it finds a place of contentment. You will then realise how it changes you.

Ilona Domnich Classical Singing Teacher (Enfield)

About The Author

I am an international Opera singer with 20 years of teaching experience.

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