There’s never been a shortage of advice when it comes to helping singers improve. However, the most obvious question has … More
Elizabeth Ann Benson has recently published her book Training Contemporary Commercial Singers, in which she shares her findings from interviewing … More
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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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.
UK Vocal Coach Kim Chandler provides a comprehensive list of foundational knowledge and skills for voice teachers.
Independent Studio Teacher Julie Dean shares tips for helping singers transition from classical music singing to popular music singing.
Berklee Associate Professor Marcelle Gauvin discusses her expansion from functional vocal pedagogy into artistic Wayshowing.
Jess discusses her observation of sound affinities: natural groupings of sounds on the spectrums of pitch, volume, vowel, and airflow.