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.
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Independent Voice Specialist Judy Rodman discusses ways to help singers struggling with loss of voice.
Contemporary Voice Specialist Jess Baldwin provides a starting template for creating effective vocal exercises.
Independent Teacher Mark Baxter discusses how struggling singers usually have no clue that an invisible entourage is to blame for their vocal restrictions, and how their ghostly gang should be the first thing you address.
Independent Teacher Kelly Hoppenjans discusses the relationship between imitation and originality.