Monthly Archives: April 2012

Keeping on Schedule

Weekly Teaching Tip – April 30, 2012 As teachers it is easy to guilt ourselves because we want to give everything we can to our students–even when they don’t always show up on time. When a student comes in 3, … Continue reading

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Latest Science on what happens During the Bridges

Weekly Teaching Tip – April 23, 2012 Doctor Hubert Noe is a great resource for us teachers. Not only is he an ENT and vocal scientist, but he is also a singer and a teacher.  This is unusual, as I … Continue reading

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Another Great Double Resistor Exercise

Weekly Teaching Tip – April 16, 2012 I was fortunate to be able to teach Voice Conference Munich this week. I renewed an old friendship with Tom McKinney, a voice teacher from Houston, Texas with an amazing classical and musical … Continue reading

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Keeping Us From Accomplishing Our Goals

Weekly Teaching Tip – April 10, 2012 Sitting in a Tony Robbins seminar last week and he says the following’ the main reason that you don’t have what you say you truly want is because of the story that you … Continue reading

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Consistency IS the key!

Weekly Teaching Tip – Apr. 2, 2012 Remember, frequency, not duration is the key to success in vocal training. I would much rather have my students doing 5 minutes, 3 times a day rather than 2 hours once a week. … Continue reading

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