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.
Stop. Put the music down. Building the connected relationship with your voice-body comes first. I want to help you find the music in and on your body and to do that – I would like you toaaa
Singers and vocalists are wind instruments… and with this imagery exercise you can shift your breath awareness for a deeper connection with the source of your sound.
In this week’s video teaching I give you strategies to help you lean into the painful emotions and get the deep work done anyway.
To take our art, our message to the next level we must always be looking for those elements of our presentations or performances that are not meeting our expectations and do our absolute best to make those elements better.
And this week’s “deliberate practice” principle is… are you ready?
“It can be repeated a lot.”
Just like last week’s lesson – don’t be fooled by the simplicity of this statement.
The “it” and the how are the differentiating factors in the repetition.
For the next six weeks,we are diving into the six elements of “deliberate practice” as shared in Geoff Colvin’s book – Talent is Overrated. You must design your practice time to stretch you beyond your current ability. So how do we do that? Let’s make a plan…
Are you getting the results you want from your voice? Are you being strategic with your practice time? Practice is necessary in our craft, and a few shifts in your approach may take you to the next level. aaa
Are struggling with a breathy tone, vocal fatigue, or a tense tongue and larynx?
Today, I am sharing with you a great warm-up to help clear up those issues and mmmmmooooore…