You’ve seen personality charts. From your daily horoscope and Cosmo quizzes to in-depth analyses like Meyers-Briggs and Clifton Strengths. We love to find out about ourselves, and personality charts are all about that! They become useful tools when the light they shed can help us, professionally or personally. As a voice teacher your personality and teaching style have attracted students and encouraged them to stay … Continue reading Read the Room with the SING Personality Profile // Meredith Colby
There’s never been a shortage of advice when it comes to helping singers improve. However, the most obvious question has never been definitively answered: What matters most? How is it that there are miles of books and research papers and yet no unified answer? At first, the search for an answer just leads to more questions. Does our curiosity set us on a path up … Continue reading What Matters When Teaching is What Remains After Lessons // Mark Baxter
Contemporary Voice Specialist Julie Dean talks about navigating anxiety in herself and her students during COVID-19. Continue reading An Anxious Teacher to Anxious Students in Anxious Times // Julie Dean
Contemporary Voice Specialist Jess Baldwin discusses ways we can be sensitive to the effects of trauma in our studios. Continue reading Incorporating Basic Trauma Awareness into the Voice Lesson // Jess Baldwin
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. Continue reading I Hear Dead People // Mark Baxter
Berklee Associate Professor Marcelle Gauvin discusses her expansion from functional vocal pedagogy into artistic Wayshowing. Continue reading Becoming A Wayshower // Marcelle Gauvin
Jess shares her template for goal setting with private lesson students.