Monthly Archives: June 2010

BreathingRx For Singers – Vocal Breath Support Mastery Even though ideal vocal support is dependent on factors like posture, diaphragm training and the right body release, there are some very easy and simple things you can do with your own body that can help you immediately with your singing. This exercise is simple and effective and will continue to help you improve as you practice it over time. When a singer can relax the abdomen completely, the abdomen can be...

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Many singers and speakers have to deal with the ever pressing issue of “sinuses.” One could have inflamed sinuses, blocked sinuses, post nasal drip, itchy throat, infected sinuses or dry sinuses; no matter what the situation they all impact the voice professional negatively. The sinus cavity is very often neglected when it comes to vocal health. I see so many colleagues attempt to keep their throat healthy but don’t realize that the healthy and clean sinuses are almost a guaranteed...

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Even after 20 years of singing Opera internationally, I still am amazed at the power of “nerves”. More often than not, I feel as though the only thing I ever worry about anymore is how to relax and enjoy myself. As performers, speakers and presenters we are constantly put in positions of having to be “on”. This means we need to appear totally relaxed and at ease, but at the same time need to be fully energized so that our...

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