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
When I started taking piano lessons from Carol McGowan in first grade, I wanted to spend most of our half-hour each week playing by ear. I had a knack for picking up jingles and television show theme songs. Thankfully, Carol insisted I play the notes on the page first, leaving a few minutes at the… Read More Singing by Ear, or Manipulation
In the last month alone, we will have added almost 50 new songs to site.… Read More Featured Five, Vol. 17 – More New Songs!
Saluting five stand out women on Broadway right now.… Read More Five of our Favorite Musical Theatre Women
The last several weeks, we’ve been sharing advice on preparing for college musical theatre auditions. It’s an exciting time, but there’s also so much to know. We want to help, which is why we wrote a book about it: “Mastering College Musical Theatre Auditions”, which is now available for sale on amazon.com. Here are the… Read More College Audition Season: How Do I Choose Material?
In order to effectively prepare for an audition, the process of picking out material and practicing should begin the summer between their junior and senior year.… Read More College Audition Season: When Should I Start Preparing for My Auditions?