This week we’re looking at the visual side of vocal performance.
As vocalists, we dedicate hours of our lives developing and perfecting our vocal technique. Yet, in live performance our voice only tells half the story. Our audience is responding to our visual signals too. The way we present ourselves on stage is thus of vital importance. This week we’d like to hear how you approach the visual aspects of your performance to reinforce the connection with your audience.
So the question is: How do you approach the visual side of your performance in order to reinforce your connection with the audience?
Great Comments from last week:
Last week I asked: Whats tips & advice would you give to a singer about to brave the ‘audition room’ for the first time?
Yingi Wan commented:
“Be yourself, Bring the true YOU out”.
Guy Duarte Posted:
“Make sure to warm up, be yourself, get into the song and feel it, and forget about everyone else and have fun”!
John Coleman wrote:
“Go for it if your any good they’ll see and hear”.
Liana Bureau responded:
Prepare, prepare, prepare!
Thanks for all the great comments this week guys, keep commenting, posting and keeping this forum alive.
All the best,