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I was quite content to be in New York City late last week. I have been working on all new opera literature and was excited and honestly, slightly nervous, to present it to my teacher. I took a two hour lesson and wow……..came away with a great deal of information. I love visiting Rosa – […]
As promised, here are my Week 1 results! For me, this was a week of learning new music and revisiting some music I’d like to keep up in my voice. Happy Practicing! 🙂 For those wondering what in the world this is about, the post about the 6 week challenge is here.
2003 was a “hoop jumping” year. I had this crazy notion that I was going to get a Master’s degree in Vocal Performance coming from a background in Piano Performance. So 2003 was the year in which I had to play catch up, take lots of classes and prove to the faculty and admissions […]
Common phrases heard around the word “practice.” Practice makes perfect. How do you get to Carnegie Hall? Practice, practice, practice. The word itself has always elicited a full spectrum of emotion from me. Positive, negative, indifferent! I often refer to the tennis court as my happy place. Or the spot in my home where I […]
Yesterday, I had the pleasure of a lovely conversation with a close friend of many years. A fellow Stetson alum, she met me when I was a music major in my first incarnation as a classical pianist. She was asking me a variety of questions which made me recall a trip during our Stetson years […]
I recently had the pleasure of reconnecting with a student who had been a part of my studio at the college where I teach. She’d been away from singing for a while and wanted to invest again in training her voice. I could understand her ache to sing very well. That calling haunts us until […]