Elaine Luttrull, CPA and Author of "Arts and Numbers: A Financial Guide for Artists, Writers, Performers, and Other Members of the Creative Class" [buzzsprout episode='896040' player='true'] Austin: Welcome to The Holistic Voice. We are your hosts, Austin Vitaliano...
Chelsea Wilson joins us for Episode 4 to discuss healthy, powerful singing using mix voice. We discuss “mix” and what it means in belting, pop, and classical singing!
In this week’s episode, we are covering the topic of vocal maintenance and hygiene; how we practice healthy habits to preserve our voice. Why does this matter? Vocal health is a topic that stands out because it applies to everyone who uses their voice.
In this episode, we discuss how to be present in during performance and navigate challenging technical moments, doubts, and distractions without pulling your focus away from communicating with the audience.
The pursuit of higher education as a vocalist is an involved personal and financial investment: What you get out of music school, along with the experience you have with it, largely depends on the effort you put in. Dr. Tucker Biddlecombe, Director of Choral Activities at Vanderbilt University’s Blair School of Music and the Nashville Symphony Chorus, weighs in on what you should expect out of a vocal performance degree.
Podcast Launch on October 26th! Austin Vitaliano and I are so excited to be launching this podcast on October 26th. It has been a huge undertaking, and we can't wait to bring this much needed resource to the vocal community. Our goal is to help connect...