Congratulations Christian W. for being chosen to perform at Blumenthal Performing Arts Open Mic night this Friday!! I can’t wait to see you perform!! Hope everyone will come and support he’ll be performing Friday night 9/4/2015 at 7:30 pm
Among the numerous challenges that parents face in handling children’s music lessons (choosing the instrument, finding a good teacher, etc.), getting kids to practice is the most daunting of all. The severity of the problem and the importance of practice make it hard to believe that there are so few articles addressing this. What’s more, parents and music teachers often resort to the failed tactics they remember from childhood in desperate attempts to motivate kids to practice.
● If you rely on your voice for your livelihood, you are a professional voice user. If you are a
professional voice user, it is of the utmost importance you take good care of your voice.
( teachers, preachers, actors, singers, broadcasters, doctors, brokers, salespeople)
● If you rely on your voice to get you through your daily activities, taking care of your voice can be
just as important.
A Vocal Coach is generally hired to help a singer or vocalist learn a specific style. For instance if the singer has sung country music all their life and they want to transfer over to a more pop style. Or if a singer would like to explore more difficult areas of the current vocal style they sing such as gospel / pop vocal runs. Vocal Coaching is great for showing a singer how to improve what they currently are doing and also highlight any song to showcase your vocal range and vocal qualities. Vocal coaching is also wonderful if you are preparing for an audition, a performance or a recording project. It helps to have a trained musician critique and highlight your best vocals.