We Are Our Voices

In my work, I’ve found that many people feel that using the voice is an activity, a hobby. . .  a ‘thing we do.’ That our voices are merely a facet or aspect of who we are. But that is not the case. Our voices are not only within us, they ARE us. We...

Why I Sing

As a therapist and voice coach, I belong to a number of professional organizations. On the music side, our focus ranges from the science of voice production to the art and heart of creativity and self-expression. A recent discussion by a voice teacher in South...

Stop Playing it Safe… Be Brave!

Recently, a singer emailed over some songs for me to hear prior to our first meeting. They were good… other than some standard, easy-to-resolve tensions, there was nothing in his voice that was concerning or problematic.   What I did hear though, was...

Preparing to Sing Onstage and in the Studio

On one level, singers are master preparers. We spend tremendous amounts of time training and practicing, and for many of us, songwriting as well. In fact, we’re so focused on our instruments and material that we can be virtually non-stop in our physical and mental...

Pin It on Pinterest