Athletic Singing: The Voice Body Connection
  • Together we will look at easy ways to invite body connection into our singing.  Sometimes singing is thought of as something that happens between the vocal folds and the breathing mechanism, but I believe the entire body may be engaged when singing. An athletic singer reaps many rewards vocally, musically, and physically. Check out the below videos and articles that unite your voice and body. 

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    If you are using an easy song to warm-up in front of the audience…if you are mindlessly warming up while driving to your next gig… if you cramming in quick la-la-la in the green room before you sing, you are doing your audience, yourself and your craft a huge disservice.
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    This tool was a game changer for me. It has helped me and countless students sing better…with less strain and more freedom, and make a bigger impact on their audiences. Add this to you every part of your singing world and feel the benefits.

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    Your resonance is what makes the color of your sound… your tone. Understanding what your resonators are may help allow for a sound that not only feels better, but sound better as well…less strain, less breathiness, less push, or more natural volume.

    In this video I share a brief overview of resonance and offer some ideas on how to use them.

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    Building awareness in your “voice-body” is key to singing with more confidence and freedom… here’s a great vocal tool to ease throat strain.

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    Click the video below to see why I created this useful practice tool and how I used it to support me in having a really fun, vocally strong and audience-pleasing performance.

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    In this video, I share with you what I eat right before I step on on stage so I can sing my very best…

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    This week, I interview performance coach, Brett Manning.

    He works with athletes, musicians, performers and business people all over the country coaching them to reach their potential and their goals.

    Brett gives us valuable mindset tools to make dynamic shifts in our voice and career.

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    In this master class interview, Jennifer Urezzio shares her suggestions on how to handle fear, connect more deeply to your audience, and craft a prayer that empowers your voice and career.