Posted by Patricia Callaway on Wednesday, September 15, 2010,
I can't remember when I first heard that instruction for students, but I keep thinking about it this year because I'm teaching the freshman voice class. Students who come to college to study voice often have very limited ideas of what the human voice can do, and particularly what their own voices can do. Unless they grew up hearing good singing in many styles, they may have a vocal self image that excludes many useful vocal techniques.
Posted by Patricia Callaway on Saturday, September 11, 2010,
Last week I was sitting in my office at LaGrange College reading the new issue of Classical Singer magazine, and the article by Catherine Brown hit me right between the eyes. It was excellent advice on creating websites for vocal studios, so here's mine. Luckily I was already writing a brochure, so most of the text was ready, and I have plenty of production shots from shows I was in, so here goes.
Being a college voice teacher for the past fifteen years has been wonderful -- even when I was ... Continue reading ...