Monthly Archives: July 2013

Warm Up for a bigger group of singers

Weekly Teaching Tip – July 29, 2013 Hello everybody! I have just finished teaching at a 10-day-long summer workshop, International Summer Jazz Academy in Krakow, Poland. I have been teaching there almost every year since 2003, and I am responsible … Continue reading

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Empowering Students by your tone of voice

Weekly Teaching Tip – July 22, 2013 As a teenager I read a book called “The power of positive thinking” by Norman Vincent Peale, among other books about carrying around a positive attitude with you. This had an enormous impact … Continue reading

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Recitals – to do or not to do?

Weekly Teaching Tip by Rocio Guitard I run a voice studio with 3 teachers and a waiting list. The most dreaded question I used to get from a new student or parent of a new student was, “Do you do … Continue reading

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Tips for Singers

Weekly Teaching Tip – July 8, 2013 by Teri Stock I found the following on a dancing blog and adapted it for singers. I think these are wonderful points to remember as singers ourselves and to point out to our … Continue reading

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High School Choir?

Should the Aspiring Pop or Musical Theater Singer do High School Singer do High School Choir? by Randy Buescher Tales from the front… A High School choir director enters the room and asks the students, “How many of you like … Continue reading

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