Monthly Archives: September 2014

Singing on Stage – Microphone Types

Weekly Teaching Tip – Sep. 29, 2014 by Dominika Plonka My young (teenage) students often sing on different kinds of city holidays, picnic parties, etc. So I go to first few concerts and help them to find themselves on the stage. The clue is a … Continue reading

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Practicing Patience and Perfect Execution

Weekly Teaching Tip – Sep. 22, 2014 by Teri Stock Some of us might remember a movie that came out in the 1980’s called “The Karate Kid”. In it, Daniel, new to the neighborhood, is being picked on at school. … Continue reading

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Repetition is the Mother of Skill

Weekly Teaching Tip – Sep. 15, 2014 by Leigh McRae Never a truer statement was made or more applicable with regards to vocal training and development. Today there are a myriad of ideas around about voice development, many of them … Continue reading

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Finding the Mix Placement

Weekly Teaching Tip – Sep. 8, 2014 by Dean Kaelin This week’s teaching tip is in response to a question that I received from one of our teachers. It is actually a very basic part of our teaching, yet it … Continue reading

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Team-building, how I do it

Weekly teaching Tip – Sep. 1, 2014 by Dr. Daniela Stieff-Tostes Some years ago I started to train two young singing teachers in my studio, who are now full IVTOM members and a strong help in daily business: I had … Continue reading

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