Tips for Preparing for a Singing Audition

A singing audition can be nerve-racking! It’s just you and your voice in front of someone else who is going to judge you. Will you be “good enough?” Will you be “what they’re looking for?” It’s no wonder that some people’s nerves get the best of them and they can’t handle singing auditions– they’re intense!… Read more »

Tips For Selecting a Professional Voice Coach

There are some people who were just born to sing. However, even if you are naturally gifted when it comes to singing, there is always room for improvement, and one of the ways you can improve your singing is by working with a voice coach. A voice coach can analyze your singing and speak with… Read more »

Reasons to Get Children Involved in Music

Why should you get children involved in music at a young age? Like learning languages, childhood is prime time for the brain to “learn new things,” and music is something that covers a lot of bases. Did you know, for instance, that learning music actually helps kids learn other subjects better? Music involves math, science… Read more »

Broadway Shows Worth Seeing in 2017

Summer is starting to settle in and the Broadway show list is starting to heat up as a result, and we’ve highlight four must-see shows. Hello, Dolly! If you like Bette Midler (and who doesn’t love Bette Midler?) add “Hello, Dolly!” to your must-see list this summer. After a twenty year break from Broadway, “Hello,… Read more »

Sara Bareilles Makes Personal Debut on Broadway

In early November, we shared a post regarding the Broadway musical Waitress, written by famous singer-songwriter and musician, Sara Bareilles. Waitress has been showing on Broadway for quite some time but it wasn’t until recently that Bareilles committed to playing the lead role herself for a 10 week period through June 11, 2017. Bareilles started… Read more »