It’s been a little over a year since I stepped down from my post as a voice teacher at a competitive musical theatre program. Since then, I have been reflecting on why I really left and whether or not I would take on a long-term position at a college or university again. I’ve decided to… Read More Why I Left Academia
When I was young, my mom and dad would get a huge sheet of white poster board, which would be hung in my room at our camp in the Adirondacks. On it, in big black sharpie letters, would be written GREAT EXPECTATIONS and underneath would be a list of things I needed to complete before… Read More Summer Homework for the Musical Theatre Performer
There’s a myth that contemporary writers are only writing for belt tenors and high belt/mixers these days.… Read More Anthology: Vol. 23 – Legit Tenor
Five great songs for legit soprano.… Read More Anthology: Vol. 21 – Legit Soprano
Having attended quite a few showcases over the years (and this season in particular), we wanted to take a moment to reflect on some of the things we’ve noticed.… Read More Reflecting on Senior Showcases
David talks about the musical HAIR and how it remains a contemporary musical 50 years later.… Read More Looking Back to Look Forward
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?