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How To Audition for Solos in Choir Songs in 5 Steps

How To Audition for Solos in Choir Songs in 5 Steps

Ready for your time to shine? Get ready for your upcoming choir audition with these tips from Ann Arbor, MI voice teacher Elaina R...   Choir songs are all about group mentality. Singing as part of an ensemble, working on blend and teamwork, is very rewarding. But there are also opportunities to get in the spotlight once in a while, and those can be rewarding too. Choir songs with solos provide singers with a chance to sing alone – a very different experience than singing as par … Read More

How To Audition for Solos in Choir Songs in 5 Steps
Ready for your time to shine? Get ready for your upcoming choir audition with these tips from Ann Arbor, MI voice teacher Elaina R...   Choir songs are all about group mentality. Singing as part of an ensemble, working on blend and teamwork, is very rewarding. But there are also opportunities to get in the spotlight once in a while, and those can be rewarding too. Choir songs with solos provide singers with a chance to sing alone – a very different experience than singing as par
5 Things That Challenge Even the Best Guitar Newbies
Learning a new instrument can be challenging, and guitar is certainly no exception. You may find yourself struggling with building your calluses or reaching certain chords, but don't worry - you're not alone! Here are 5 things that can challenge the beginner guitar player, and simple strategies you can use to improve. 1. Building calluses New to the guitar? Calluses might seem like your worst nightmare, but building them up will help you fret the strings easier and produce a clear, even
Learn How to Play Bass Guitar: A Complete Beginners' Guide
If you’ve chosen to learn how to play bass guitar for beginners, congrats! Learning to play any instrument can be a lifelong adventure bringing with it a sense of satisfaction and accomplishment, as well as a ton of fun along the way! The bass guitar provides the low end, punch, drive, rhythm and groove in most musical genres. Along with the drummer, the bass player is the other member of the “rhythm section” in most bands. He or she plays an important role in every genre by giving
A Beginner's Guide to Violin Bows: 4 Details to Consider
Selecting a violin bow, much like choosing a guitar, can be a very subjective process.  To the uninitiated, it's "just a violin bow."  They're all the same, right?  Wrong.  To the seasoned violinist, the perfect bow will depend on the player's technique, playing style and overall personal preference.  There are several factors that can affect the sound of the bow on the strings, including strength, shape, and age of the bow. Most beginner violins come with bows that are perfectly fine, b
Learn to Play the Drums |What To Expect at Your First Lesson
Want to learn to play the drums? Nervous about the first lesson? Read on as San Diego, CA drum teacher Maegan W. shares what you can expect from a great first lesson...    Drums are an art form, and like all art forms, there are as many styles and techniques as there are people. Each and every instructor has his or her own unique way and style of teaching. The key to learning and progressing as rapidly as possible is finding a teacher that you can relate to and understand. A g

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