Elizabeth Ann Benson has recently published her book Training Contemporary Commercial Singers, in which she shares her findings from interviewing…
Songwriting seems to be a buzzword these days – and with good reason. It’s a way to access diverse musical…
“In these unprecedented times,” as every commercial unironically intones these days, big things are happening. Historical, world-changing events are occurring…
A call to action for voice teachers and music educators on behalf of BIPOC and all singers of popular musics.
Pedagogue Robert Edwin discusses his experimental multi-genre performance, which explored whether music really is a universal language.
Contemporary Voice Specialist Julie Dean talks about navigating anxiety in herself and her students during COVID-19.
Contemporary Voice Specialist Jess Baldwin discusses ways we can be sensitive to the effects of trauma in our studios.
Nashville Voice Teacher Laura Donohue provides the second part of her discussion on helping singers prepare for different scenarios in sound technology microphones.
Nashville Vocal Coach Judy Rodman follows up on her last post with exercises and techniques to help your students work their voices back from the brink.
If you need some help getting online teaching set up, here are some resources we’ve found.