David discusses the importance of teaching how to find authenticity in a singer’s voice and choosing repertoire that fits them.… Read More Who Am I Anyway?
Some of the exciting an challenging aspects we’ve found while working internationally.… Read More In Translation: Teaching Internationally
Our interview with the award winning team of Kooman & Dimond.… Read More Interview: Kooman & Dimond
Trading up. It’s a phrase I didn’t hear until I moved to New York City. It’s it’s also a tempting pastime for any career-hungry individual.… Read More The Name Game: Relying on Celebrity
by Timothy Huang Writing musicals can be a lonely, hilarious, cringe-worthy, awesome, depressing, exhilarating thing. There’s nothing quite like the feeling of knowing you’ve written the next “Take Me Or Leave Me”, only to have colleagues in your workshop take it, stomp all over it, then leave it twitching in the streets awaiting EMS. But… Read More 7 Notes for Writers, from 3 Directors of Note
Balance, at this point in my career, has been pretty impossible to achieve.… Read More Anxiety Meets Caffeine Meets Gratitude
Learning how to set reasonable boundaries for yourself is an important step in being a successful professional working artist.… Read More Boundaries