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Getting the Most “Bang for Your Buck” From Your Summer Program

June 1, 2016

Can’t believe it’s time to start thinking about getting ready for your summer program. I want to help you get ready, really ready, for being able to take advantage of the opportunities that are about to commence. Once you are home, I want you to feel you have spent your time, energy and especially, money || Continue »

Reaching Out

February 1, 2009

Whether President Obama was your candidate or not, did you feel the energy and excitement generated during the inauguration January 20th? How did it make you feel? Did it give you hope and energy? His inaugural speech resonated strongly within me giving me much to ponder. I would like to share some of these thoughts || Continue »

Your Responsibilities: Choosing Your Voice Teacher

November 1, 2007

If not knowing how to choose the voice teacher for you or what your responsibilities are in preparing and taking a voice lesson, then this newsletter is for you. It can be a win-win solution that allows you the singer and your teacher to both feel empowered and productive. What is the best way to || Continue »

Summer Programs

July 1, 2007

Summer Programs are a wonderful investment of your time, energy and money if you have done your homework and chosen wisely. They are a way to expand your experience, try any new skills and tools you have learned and possibly move you to the next level of professionalism. If you have chosen a program in || Continue »

Summer Reading List

July 1, 2007

Often, summer is a time when our ordinary day to day schedule changes. You may be traveling to and from a summer program or two, or just seem to have more time on your hands because of the more relaxed schedule at work. May I suggest you use some of this time for reading. There || Continue »

Finding the Right Voice Teacher for You

August 1, 2006

Do these stories resonate with you? Ann’s Story – Ann was unbelievably thrilled at having been accepted at Juilliard School of Music Master Program. She was floating on air. This was it. She had been assigned to a teacher whose reputation was very well known for producing singers with amazing careers, some of whom were || Continue »

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