0

Study Break: Non-Music Classes that Singers Should Take

Being a singer requires a lot of studying. Whether you’re doing research on an opera’s source material or brushing up on your diction, there is always something for the classical singer to learn.

Read More
0

Opening Night Gifts

Do singers still exchange gifts and cards on opening night? Have you ever wondered what was behind this tradition, and is it still a current trend in opera?

Read More
0

Audition What Ifs & How to Prevent Them

Those of us who do many auditions know it doesn’t take much for things to go wrong. When these things happen, it can easily rattle our game and shake our focus.

Read More
0

Putting Things Into Perspective: Dealing With the Ups and Downs of Audition Season

Brace yourselves, it's audition season! The blustery, early winter days are filled with singers lining the inside of NOLA and Opera America waiting to be heard.

Read More
1

Things to Do and See in New York During Audition Season

Every fall hundreds of singers descend on New York City to audition for the upcoming season. Sometimes your auditions are scheduled far apart, or you have to kill time between a preliminary audition and a callback.

Read More

Pages