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Practice Tips: Vocal Warm-Ups & Technique

Practice Tips: Vocal Warm-Ups & Technique

Structuring your vocal warm-ups and practice between lessons can make a huge impact on your success. Here, Bloomfield, NJ teacher Zachary B. shares some helpful tips... In my experience, many students make progress during a lesson and often return to the next lesson with the new skills forgotten. Merely practicing songs, without specific structure usually leads to singing the song repeatedly. While this does familiarize you with the song, it does not help you improve from a technical stan … Read More

Practice Tips: Vocal Warm-Ups & Technique
Structuring your vocal warm-ups and practice between lessons can make a huge impact on your success. Here, Bloomfield, NJ teacher Zachary B. shares some helpful tips... In my experience, many students make progress during a lesson and often return to the next lesson with the new skills forgotten. Merely practicing songs, without specific structure usually leads to singing the song repeatedly. While this does familiarize you with the song, it does not help you improve from a technical stan
Your Vocal Music Binder | How to Organize Your Sheet Music
Is your music binder a mess? Here are some tips from New York, NY voice teacher Chelsea F. for keeping things organized...   Imagine you are gathering your go-to items for your audition or lesson when you grab your binder filled with every piece of vocal sheet music you have ever owned, and suddenly the binder slips from your hands. In a split-second all your music flies into the air and is now scattered and disorganized all over the floor... That's a sure sign it's time to get
The Ultimate Guide to Singing Styles and Genres
There are so many different singing styles and genres out there -- how do you keep track of them? What are the best vocal exercises for singers of each genre? Music teacher Heather L. answers these questions and more in this ultimate guide...   We, as human beings, have been singing since we discovered that we had voices. Of course, a lot about singing has changed since that time. Different cultures around the world through the centuries came up with their own scales and modes, an
Truth or Myth? The Reality Behind 6 Common Tips for Singers
There are so many tips for singers out there -- but did you know some of them may not be actually true? Here, Ann Arbor, MI voice teacher Elaina R. dispels some of the common myths about singing...   “It’s bad luck to say ‘Good Luck’ before a performance.” “Don’t eat chocolate! It clogs your vocal cords.” “A bad dress rehearsal leads to a good show.” We singers toss around myths more than most. It’s important, however, to recognize which ones are just for fun and which ones are h
How to Start a Singing Career: On-Stage and Behind-the-Scenes
No matter how proficient you are or how many voice lessons you've taken, the thought of being in the spotlight and working toward a career in the music industry can be daunting to some. But the wonderful thing about music is that there are so many facets — not only does it take a village to produce a musical event, but the avenues and directions you can go in the world of performance and production are practically endless. For vocal performers, think pop, country, Broadway, and other types of m

Singing in Fresno

If you’re interested in taking singing lessons in Fresno, you may also be wondering what you can do to stay excited about practicing and motivated to continue developing your skills. Luckily for you, Fresno has a lot of opportunities for you to get out and enjoy some live music! Whenever you want to spend an evening soaking up new and interesting sounds, you have many options for taking in the sights and sound in Fresno’s thriving music scene.

 

Music and a Meal

Dining and live entertainment is a centuries old tradition, and one that you can really indulge in around the city. Getting out for dinner and a show is a fun way to supplement your singing lessons in Fresno.

Tokyo Fresno offers you authentic and delicious Japanese food at a very reasonable price. They have a regular jazz night and invite artists who also play hip hop and soul. It is a great mixing of the cultures that will inspire you to try something different. If you feel adventurous, you can even get up and do a little karaoke!

For a highly unique blend of dining and environment, you should stop by Veni Vidi Vici. From pizza to specialty dishes (like grilled white pepper crusted salmon and penne pasta with tiger shrimp), you are guaranteed to find something on the menu that will sate your appetite. They have more traditional live music, like jazz and rock to keep thinking about music.

Strummer’s has authentic Mexican food with a wide range of musical acts. They also have vegetarian options, so you can enjoy delicious tacos or taquitos whether you are a carnivore or an herbivore. The musical talents are a kaleidoscope of the different genres, from rap and hip hop to rock, country, and alternative.

Live Music Venues

For evenings when you want to make about the music, there are a lot of different musical venues that attract both local bands and big names.

The Tower Theater brings in world-class acts that are more specialized. The musicians tend to be more experimental in nature, blending many different types of music into their performances. They also feature some big names - so keep an eye on their calendar to find some amazing musical inspiration.

Fulton 55 offers a wide range of musical types to meet any music lover’s needs. Whatever your musical interest, you are sure to find a show at this venue - just make sure to check back with their schedule.

Testing the Water

For those brave aspiring singers, there are a number of places that have karaoke. You can test techniques you learned in your last singing lessons in Fresno so that you can see how far you have come. It make take a bit of work for you to muster up the courage, but once you do, you may find that it is the perfect outlet for expanding your singing skills.

 

If you are taking singing lessons in Fresno, you never have to feel like you are in an inspirational rut. From the many restaurants with live music to a number of venues, you are certain to find something to change up your routine and repertoire!

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