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15 Fantastic Jazz Songs for Female Vocalists

When it comes to jazz, incredible female singers are not hard to find. Here, vocal instructor Molly R. lists some of the top popular jazz songs that are sure to get your foot tapping and your soul singing...   As a voice teacher, one of the genres I am consistently suggesting that students give a try is jazz singing. Why? A few reasons! One reason is that learning a jazz standard really helps you get stronger with your vocal phrasing. It's also great for singers because it allows … Read More
15 Fantastic Jazz Songs for Female Vocalists
When it comes to jazz, incredible female singers are not hard to find. Here, vocal instructor Molly R. lists some of the top popular jazz songs that are sure to get your foot tapping and your soul singing...   As a voice teacher, one of the genres I am consistently suggesting that students give a try is jazz singing. Why? A few reasons! One reason is that learning a jazz standard really helps you get stronger with your vocal phrasing. It's also great for singers because it allows
What Does it Mean if a Singer is Classically Trained?
What do you think of when you see the words "classical singing?" Perhaps opera comes to mind? Here, vocal instructor Molly R. explains what being classically trained really means and how it can be applied to any genre of singing...   Suppose youÂ’re a rock or pop singer looking for a voice teacher -- while some teachers may stress that they're all about rocking or teaching a certain vocal method in their bios, many of them mention being classically trained. With that said, what doe
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
7 Strange (But Effective) Ways to Keep Your Voice Healthy
As a singer, you probably know how important it is to take care of your voice -- it is your instrument, after all! If you're already staying hydrated and doing your daily warm-ups,  take it a step further by trying these strange (but effective) strategies in this guest post by Ann Arbor, MI voice teacher Elaina R...   Most people know that water and rest are good for the voice. Proper vocal health for singers doesn't have to be much more difficult than that though, because there are l
Too Much Vibrato? Not Enough? How to Control Your Voice
Is there such a thing as too much vibrato? Find out about the technique in this guest post by Brooklyn, NY singing teacher Liz T...   Have you ever listened to a professional opera or Broadway singer and noticed how strong their vibrato was? Or noticed how a lot of contemporary pop singers on the radio today do not use a lot of vibrato? In this article, I will explain how to find and control your vibrato to use appropriately when performing. What is Vibrato? To begin with, a simple

Singing in Raleigh

Music is everywhere in Raleigh, meaning that - whatever your tastes - you are sure to find inspiration. Supplement your singing lessons in Raleigh by listening to professionals, joining a formal group, or showing off your skills on a karaoke night. Here are some great opportunities to experience singing in Raleigh.

Festivals and Concerts

  1. SoJam This a cappella festival is your chance to see some of the most talented singers perform. As well as watching concerts, you can compete or even attend workshops with professionals to take back some new ideas for your singing lessons in Raleigh. (http://sojam.net/)

  • Second Shift Second Shift create their own original arrangements of classics, from genres including pop, rock, country, and jazz. Hear the group perform regularly at different locations around the Triangle to experience how a cappella can transform your favorite tunes. (http://second-shift.org/index.shtml)
  • Singing Groups

    1. Master Chorale Performing with the North Carolina Symphony for more than 70 years, Master Chorale sing everything from Renaissance to contemporary pieces with up to 170 singers. You can audition every January and August for your chance to join the group and perhaps even sing in some of their chamber performances. (http://ncmasterchorale.org/)

    2. Common Woman Chorus This all-women group of professional and amateur singers perform pieces that express empowerment, diversity, and strength. In addition to regular rehearsals, the group holds discussions and social gatherings to discuss issues important to their members. Common Woman Chorus is open to new members throughout the year, without the need to audition. (http://www.commonwomanchorus.net/about/)

    3. Heart of Carolina Always looking for new members who will enable their group to grow, Heart of Carolina is a barbershop quartet that performs and competes throughout North Carolina. Check out one of their concerts, or come along for a rehearsal to see if you would like to be part of the group before you audition. (http://www.heartofcarolinachorus.org/)

    4. Carolina Harmony Chorus Part of Sweet Adelines International, the Carolina Harmony Chorus features singers from all backgrounds and of all ages. They sing everything from 1920s ballads and patriotic music to pop and rock. Attend a rehearsal on any Tuesday of the year to join them. (http://www.carolinaharmony.org/aboutus.html)

    Karaoke

    1. Star Karaoke This Japanese-style karaoke has all the latest songs in English, Thai, Korean, Japanese, and Chinese, updating their collection every month. Choose from a range of room sizes that hold anywhere from five to 30 people, each fitted with an LED TV, speakers, dancing space, and disco light. (http://www.starkaraokenc.com/)

    2. Champions Bar This sports bar offers karaoke on the weekends and is your chance to use everything you've learned during your singing lessons in Raleigh. If you would rather sit back and listen to others sing, you can come for the live music performances, always accompanied by great food and drink. (http://www.championsbars.com/)

    Whether you want to practice your singing for an upcoming audition, to feel confident enough to sing karaoke, or simply to gain more enjoyment from your musical skills, singing lessons in Raleigh can help. Search for a private teacher who can help you train your voice and work with your natural endowments!

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