Never let your larynx do all the work – says Dane Chalfin.
What are we going to sing? This decision is pivotal to the success (or indeed failure) of the event –says Craig Lees
Beth Trollan gives her top 5 vocal safety tips when you are surrounded by instrumentalists.
This week we’re exploring the perils of over-rehearsal.
Over the next four weeks follow me through the thrills and spills of planning my own unique Flash Mob experience –says Craig Antony
Work during the week and sing on the weekend? You can survive the vocal challenge – says Kim Chandler
It’s time that we apply solid athletic knowledge to our singing work – says Kim Chandler
This week we’re looking at the pros and cons of vocal mimicry over finding your signature sound.
People like Doug give singers a bad name. Find out how not to be Doug.
This week we’re looking at vocal improvisation.
When you talk you decrease and increase volume to maintain interest. Learn the same with your singing – says Brett Manning
This week we’re looking at the vocalist’s festive wish list
It’s time to push your vocal exercises with longer scales – says Brett Manning
Linda was talented but her voice became “thin” and “reedy” in public – she needed an infusion of presence.
It's time to erase unnecessary tension with these singing exercises from Brett Manning.
Take your singing performance to an even higher level through the holidays –says Jennifer Truesdale.
These 7 quick exercises will make your breathing intuitive, simple and reduce tension - says Brett Manning
If you wonder, “Will people like this?”, you will counteract everything you are trying to do as an artist —says Tony Harnell, award winning lead singer of TNT
This week we’re exploring tricky subject of vocal registers
Be inspired by other singers without being a “sound-alike” - says Juliet Russell.
Renowned medical specialist Anthony F. Jahn sums up decades of vocal health experience in 10 straight-forward principles.
Increase your energy for a great singing performance with these 5 exercises – says Juliet Russell
This week we’re exploring the different vocal training models that are available to us.
This week we’re looking at practice regimes & how they can help us develop as singers.
To have your singing stand out from the crowd, you need to be as YOU as you can be –says Juliet Russell
As amazing as 2-part harmonies can sound, 3-part harmonies are the “cat’s meow.” -says Lisa Popeil
Reap huge benefits for your performance energy with a little commitment –says Daniel Zangger Borch
Transform your stage movements into a powerful extension of your voice, not merely an accessory – says Daniel Zangger Borch.
The quest to find your originality should be at the top of your list –says Daniel Zangger Borch
Alice, 43, was about to discover that her wobbly voice had little to do with age...