Archive for February 2012

WHAT REALLY MATTERS

Sunday, February 26th, 2012: WHAT REALLY MATTERS I spoke with a friend today who is a very fine singer.  We talked about what it is to be an artist. When all is said and done – what really matters? First – you give it your all and you have no regrets at the end. You…

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GETTING ANCHORED

Sunday, February 19, 2012: GETTING ANCHORED Confidence, charisma, poise … being present. It’s how one walks into a room for a successful audition.  Get anchored into one’s body with attention on core strength.  I heard it again from motivational speaker Tony Robbins when he asked his audience to feel as thought they were rooted to…

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THE VOICE OF AN ANGEL

Sunday, February 12, 2012: THE VOICE OF AN ANGEL It all relates back to the great singer. A singer I coached this week was rehearsing the song “I Will Always Love You”.  Another singer was prepping the Bacharach/David song,  “Anyone Who Had A Heart”.   The date for Revv52 opening for CeCe Winans was confirmed this…

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A VOCAL TEACHER OR A VOCAL COACH

What is the difference between a voice teacher and a vocal coach? Auditioning for the Musical Theatre is an invaluable book written by acting coach Fred Silver.  Silver has coached thousands of actors, received Bachelor’s and Master’s degrees from Julliard, was awarded the first Rodgers and Hammerstein Scholarship for a composer of musical  theatre and…

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