If you ever want to see steam come out of my ears, come to my studio and listen to me have this oh-so-common conversation with one of my students: Me:… Read more Do You Even Practice, Bro? →
Continually, continually, continually, continually, continually, continually……. If you’ve sung through this work at least once the word “continually” has probably started to lose all meaning. Handel’s works for voice are notoriously… Read more To Thee Cherubim and Seraphim →
We get this question all the time: “How do I practice when the practice tracks aren’t available yet?”
I love this question, because it always opens up a discussion about the different ways that we practice. Is singing the only or dare I say…the best way to practice and prepare for the All-State Choir auditions?
Here are some non-singing but very important things to do when you first get your music. They will help you to stay organized and efficient in your future practice.
When you first open the Poulenc Gloria you may start to feel disoriented. There are a ton of changing time signatures and key signatures, accidentals, complicated rhythms, et cetera. Following… Read more Gloria — Identifying Patterns →