Why do some singers think Vocal Teachers have an evil agenda?
When instructing our students to make corrections when singing/playing we need to be mindful of the language and wording we are using. More importantly, we need to be watching our students carefully to see if our instruction is actually being understood and implemented. Often an instruction is given and yet nothing changes. Did they hear you? Did they understand the instruction? Are they in the room but not really “in the room”? Here's one, simple yet effect word that can make a big difference! (No, it's not please)
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Whether you are teaching private, classroom or choral music – you will have the challenge of working with shy singers. Some singers just need kind words of encouragement. Some of them need a whole lot more – but they are worth it! Shy singers are ready for singing lessons and they are an important part of your chorus. These quiet young singers have beautiful voices just waiting to be discovered. How do we help little voices grow into big voices?
Technical studies are a hard pill to swallow for most music students - no matter the age or instrument. For some vocal students, technical exercises can be quite mysterious (what is up with those lip trills?). For shy students, some vocal warm ups can be embarrassing ("I love when my voice cracks!" said no one ever…).
How can we help them discover their voices and have fun...
If you are a private music teacher you need to have an updated and well written teaching bio. Whether it is for your website, blog or social media outlets, how you tell the world about you and your business is extremely important. Here are the NEW rules for one of your most important marketing tools!
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