Talk O’ Tuesdays! #9 – No Screlting Zone!
Talk O’ Tuesdays! No Screlting Zone! An Ongoing Discussion Regarding The Vocal Knowledge & Practice of Belting. (Correctly!) To Belt, or Not To Belt?…that INDEED is the question. (of the century…literally, when it comes to singing). This has become the most common form of singing in today’s pop culture and it can sometimes be outright […]Continue reading
Talk O’ Tuesdays! #8 – Giving Birth…To New Art.
Talk O’ Tuesdays! Giving Birth…To New Art. I used to call myself a ‘throat’. What did I mean by that? Well, I became so enamored with working out all my cumbersome vocal issues in my early years, that I had gained quite a bit of confidence in my singing/sight-reading skills just after my undergrad degree […]Continue reading
Talk O’ Tuesdays! #7 -Moving?…Now What?
Talk O’ Tuesdays! Moving? Now What! If you have been in the business of singing for any amount of time, one thing we all know in this business is the saying: “Ya go where the work is.” Rather powerful and loaded statement, albeit, poor grammar. However, as it stands, this means that we are rather familiar […]Continue reading
Talk O’ Tuesdays! #6 – Throat Pain…WHAT?!
Talk O’ Tuesdays! Throat Pain…WHAT?! Question: Why is it that I don’t have any pain in my throat with I study with you, but with my other teacher I have so much pain I can’t imagine singing an entire role? Answer: We are so sorry that you have pain when you sing. Unfortunately, this happens […]Continue reading
Talk O’ Tuesdays! #5 – Singing When Sick
Talk O’ Tuesdays! Singing When Sick: “When Do You Cancel?” vs. “The Show Must Go On!” There are actually times you can sing when you are sick, and sometimes it’s good to go to lessons when you are so you can learn from your teacher what you can do to still sing healthfully. It also […]Continue reading
Talk O’ Tuesdays! #4 – Ask Us!
Talk O’ Tuesdays! Ask Us! Question: I want to do a competition in three weeks; can you help me if my last lesson was more than four months ago? Answer: First of all, thank you for reaching out to us again! Of course we would be able to help you, but you need to manage […]Continue reading