How do you actually feel about performing? About the sound of your voice? Your artistry and accomplishments? Your overall technical facility? Singers “must develop the personal depth and vulnerability to channel the extremes of human emotion through their voices at will.” This is arguably the most significant of the many skills a singer needs. The most satisfying and effective performances occur when you are deeply emotionally invested. But how do you develop this skill?
You can take your instrument to the shop when it needs repairs, but if it's your body that needs a tune-up a customized yoga regimen can work wonders.
Exploring ways that Indian classical singing technique can benefit Western singers.
An Eastern overhaul for our Western art form.
With greater equanimity, you will become better able to direct your own awareness and skillfully assess your work in a way that will not only make practice much more enjoyable but will massively speed up your progress.
Complete experience and uncensored feeling yield transcendent singing.
A guided tour of your vocal anatomy, including an MP3 with an internal exploration exercise.
The more vulnerable, passionate and sincere your intentions, the more powerful your voice.
While many disciplines can support your singing, meditation is the one I find most valuable.