Networking Skills for Musicians

Networking skills for musicians are essential. This is something we hear about for achieving success in our field. But networking is frequently misunderstood.

Is Vocal Fry Dangerous?

Vocal fry is the low pitch below what has traditionally been thought of as “normal”. It results from insufficient air flowing through the vocal folds.

SATs or ACTs for Music Majors?

An increasing number of accredited colleges and universities in the U.S. are no longer requiring college applicants to submit SAT or ACT scores.

Love Music?

    Want to Keep it Going in College?   Great tips on majoring, minoring, double majoring and other ways to keep your passion for music alive in college. “Love Music? Want to Keep it Going in College?” Wednesday, September 4th, 7-8:30 pm Denver School of the Arts Spotlight Academy: a day of performing arts workshops for students, parents and teachers  Sunday, September 15th, 9:30-3:30 at Spotlight Academy, Los Angeles Music Center “Love Music? Want to Keep it Going in College?” Thursday, September 26th, 7-8:30 pm Boulder Piano Gallery     FREE –  Reservations recommended – To inquire about

Body Mapping Helps Musicians

Body Mapping enhances musical performance by facilitating ease of movement and decreasing the possibility of injury.

Acid Reflux and Singers: World Voice Day 2019

In celebration of World Voice Day 2019, we’re focusing on acid reflux and singers. This is a problem that plagues many people across the life cycle. Yet trying to remedy it can be an enormous challenge.

Careers for Music Business Majors

Careers for music business majors are changing and expanding rapidly. If you’re interested in a music-related career that may or may not include performance, read on!

Stage Fright: An Alternative Solution

Stage fright, also known as performance anxiety, is one of the most common and perplexing problems we musicians face. You’re in great company if you become nervous when you perform.