I’m reprinting an article that was recently sent to me. It’s important for singers to know as much about their voices and how to keep them healthy. Here is the article written by John Jurgensen, with a link to the original article Adele’s Doctor On How to Save A Voice “Hemorrhaged vocal cords.” The words
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Football Fans – are you worried about showing up to work tomorrow with no voice? Try these handy tips borrowed from singers for savings your throat during the game! It’s that time of year – Football Fans! I’ve seen you – boarding buses at Transit Centers around town, decked out in your favorite fan gear.
Women of my generation are at an interesting and challenging point in our evolution. We find ourselves in a phase of life historically referred to as ‚Äúmiddle-aged.‚Äù Yet for many of us our brains, attitudes and mental energies feel much too young for this distinction. We don’t care too much what society has to say
I’m so grateful for the many resources we have for singers online and in this area. First and foremost is where I get my sheet music: Music Notes.com is my only destination when I just need a single song, not the whole book! I use this in my studio all the time. If you need
As a musician, parent and singing coach it has long been evident to me that music is one of the best gifts you can give a child. Research shows us that not only is musical learning considered to be one of the seven basic learning intelligences, it also strengths a child’s grasp of math concepts,
Times are tough out there. Money is tight and opportunities are scarcer. Does that mean we give up on our dreams and only focus on survival? Sounds dreary. Here’s another option: be smarter about how you use your resources. When singing is a passion, and you dream of singing in a musical, in a band,
What would happen if all of the kids who love the show GLEE started joining glee clubs and show choirs at school and in their community? Nowadays, it already seems to be pretty common knowledge that studying music theory through singing or learning a musical instrument helps children develop math concepts, abstract thinking skills, and