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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.

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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?

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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.

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Too Many Cooks in the Kitchen: Manage Criticism like a Boss!

Too many cooks spoil the broth. The pressure to implement every opinion from every resource can confuse, frustrate, and potentially riddle a singer with self-doubt.

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Sacred Songs and Arias Every Soprano Needs to Know

Whether you are an aspiring opera diva or the next Broadway baby, there are popular songs and arias you probably already have in your bag of tricks. Gerswhin's “Summertime,” or Pucinni's “O mio babbino caro,” for instance, are always crowd-pleaser

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