Welcome to the FIFTH season of the FULL VOICE Podcast!
Learn how to write professional emails that get opened and read with a quick reply. (3:48)
Voice Teacher and Author, Dana Lentini shares her top 3 props she uses in her teaching studio. (28:46)
Social media expert, Karen Michaels shares Linkedin best practices and how NOT to use hashtags. (37:36)
Executive Director of NATS, Allen Henderson, shares details about the Composer Mentorship Program. (53:23)
Crafting Responsive Emails
Nikki shares tips and best practices for professional email communications. Common-sense and straightforward rules that will get your emails opened and read with a quick reply. Links mentioned:
Favorite Studio Props – Dana Lentini
As a voice teacher and pedagogue with expertise in developing teaching techniques for the young singer, Dana is an advocate for young singers. She is passionate about teaching prepubescent voices in the private studio.
Dana is the founder of Born 2 Sing Kids, a voice program designed to meet the needs of children ages 5-13 in the development of beginning singing and performing techniques. For more info about her book, Teaching the Child Singer, or her studio and blog, please visit her website: http://www.born2singkids.com
Best Practices for LinkedIn and Hashtags – Karen Michaels
Karen has turned her passion for technology and building her music studio and solo career, into a thriving social media business.
From Instagram to Facebook to Google My Business (did you even know thatâ€™s a thing?!), Karen will get you up and running with a smile.
NATS Composer Mentorship Program – Allen Henderson
Versatile artist, teacher, arts administrator, and baritone Allen Henderson is currently Executive Director of the National Association of Teachers of Singing (NATS), the worldâ€™s largest professional association of voice teachers. Allen shares new initiatives and programs within the NATS organization.