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How to Start a Singing Career: On-Stage and Behind-the-Scenes

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 … Read More

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
Gamification in Education: It’s Time Education Leveled Up [Infographic]
Explore the exciting world of education through gamification. See how and why it works on kids and adults for improved retention, knowledge, and more in this guest post from our friends at JoyTunes... How many students have been scolded by parents to put their video game away and get their homework done? It’s been a common household quarrel for decades, but kids across the globe are finally celebrating the new data that supports gamification as a means of advanced education and learning.
Lace Up: How to Train Your Voice Like an Athlete
Singers, you’re more like an athlete than you might think. Sound crazy? Here, Los Angeles voice teacher Lorna E. shows how you can train your voice with that in mind… Have you ever thought of signing up for a marathon if you’re the type that gets tired running for five minutes? I’d say most people wouldn’t take a chance like that. Many singers, though, believe that they are ready to perform for hours in gigs or rehearsals even without any previous vocal technique endurance. Asking a person t
10 Inspiring Quotes from Famous Guitarists
They are great and successful. They have been called geniuses, and their music still inspires hundreds of young musicians today. They prove that becoming a legendary musician takes determination, passion, and drive, along with sheer talent. Their contribution to music can't be counted, and today we share their words with musicians who dream of greatness, and try to reveal the secrets of these wonderful people's success and charisma. So, catch your muse, play a guitar – and may inspiration
Learn How to Play Piano: How Often Should I Practice?
“I’d love to learn how to play piano, but I just don’t have the time.” Does that sound familiar? If you say you're too busy to learn, think again! Check out this advice from Hyde Park, MA teacher Marie-france M... Many people are under the impression that there is no point in learning how to play piano unless you are able to practice a minimum of one hour a day - but nothing could be further from the truth. When you learn how to play piano, even at a rudimentary level, it's a multi-faceted un

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