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The Importance of Hydration for Singers

The Importance of Hydration for Singers

There are many important reasons to stay hydrated for general health, but for musicians - particularly vocalists - hydration is a key to success. In order for your body to function properly, hydration is vital. Our bodies are made of 70% water, and hydration affects every organ and cell in your body! Hydration for Singing Singers need to take extra precautions, because your entire body is your instrument. With excessive use, vocal cords can be easily damaged, as they are made of extremely … Read More

The Importance of Hydration for Singers
There are many important reasons to stay hydrated for general health, but for musicians - particularly vocalists - hydration is a key to success. In order for your body to function properly, hydration is vital. Our bodies are made of 70% water, and hydration affects every organ and cell in your body! Hydration for Singing Singers need to take extra precautions, because your entire body is your instrument. With excessive use, vocal cords can be easily damaged, as they are made of extremely
5 Excellent Online Resources for Singers
As you learn how to improve your singing voice with private lessons, you can also make the most of your time in between the lessons with helpful online resources, websites, and videos. Read on as Gambrills, MD teacher Shannon F. shares some of her favorites...   The Internet is a big place. There are so many websites, videos, and blogs for singers of all ages and ability levels. Sifting through them can be daunting, but having too many helpful resources is a good problem for students
Piano Recitals Aren't Just for Kids! Here's Why
Most people think of piano recitals as strictly ways for young pianists to showcase their skills for proud family members. But adults can benefit from performances and recitals, as well! Learn more in this guest post by Seattle, WA teacher Erica L...   The lobby of the piano hall fills with camera flashes, nervous smiles, and small sweaty hands tightly clutching music books. Parents herd their children into the auditorium. However, when scanning the room, it's clear very few adults ar
5 Fun Summer Jobs for Pianists
If youÂ’re looking to earn extra money over the summer, it may be time to consider putting your skills as a pianist to good use. With a little imagination and the right network, you can find several piano jobs that will give you a taste of what it's like to earn a living as a musician. Teaching Private Lessons Are you an intermediate- to advanced-level pianist? Do you like showing friends and family how to play songs or piano exercises? The summer is the perfect time to try your hand at tea
6 Things to Remember for Singing the Blues
Love to sing the blues? There a few things to keep in mind as you sing in this genre -- find out in this guest post by St. Augustine, FL teacher Heather L...   The history of blues music is rich and bittersweet. The genre was originally born as an expression of those suffering as American slaves, mostly in what's called the "deep South," That expression is heartbreaking by nature, but healing, too. The brilliance of the blues is that by singing about what's making you sad, you feel be

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