There’s never been a shortage of advice when it comes to helping singers improve. However, the most obvious question has … More
A call to action for voice teachers and music educators on behalf of BIPOC and all singers of popular musics.
Independent Teacher Kelly Hoppenjans discusses the relationship between imitation and originality.
Belmont University Commercial Voice Professor Kate Paradise gives us an overview of some important developments in music over the last decade.
Berklee Associate Professor Marcelle Gauvin discusses her expansion from functional vocal pedagogy into artistic Wayshowing.
As Kelly mentioned in last week’s post, it’s important to sound like YOU when singing in your own style. But … More
Guest Blogger Kelly Hoppenjans gives some great tips teachers can use to help our singers find and write for their unique, individual voices.
Pop-Rock Musical Style Guru Sheri Sanders talks about how we can develop our own personal vocal style by building a palette of colors from other great voices.