Is it even worth it to take lessons? Can you actually learn how to sing if you're not naturally talented? And what if you're already pretty good? Are singing lessons going to do anything for you?
I'm answering all of these questions in this video.
Susanna sings "Deh vieni, non tardar" in Mozart's opera "Le Nozze di Figaro". It sounds deceptively easy, but is really one of the more challenging pieces to sing beautifully and consistently with spin and resonance.
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Did you know that breathing isn't just a necessity when you sing, but it can also make your songs sound better? There are some secrets about breathing you may never have thought about that will revolutionize the way you approach singing.
One of the most common problems is the high pitches for classical sopranos. They're important but often problematic because they don't have spin and sound/feel tense. Here's how to approach it the right way.
Depending on the song and genre you sing, you may need to approach the register transition differently. Sometimes, you need a seamless sound without too much heaviness. This exercise will help you with achieving a more consistent sound throughout your range when you want a lighter sound.
Sometimes you need a gentle warm-up to get your voice started. I love doing these because it's great to focus on subtle nuances instead of just hammering away. Here are some exercises that help you wake up your vocal cords slowly and gently.