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Working Out on a Budget

Money. It is something that is on every singer’s mind. We are constantly spending money on applications, recordings, accompanists, pay-to-sings, lessons, coachings, headshots…the list goes on.

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So You Want to Move to New York Part Two: Surviving and Thriving

I made the big move to New York. Now what? What if I don’t have enough gigs lined up this year to pay my rent and living expenses yet? Girl, you need a survival job, a lifeline, and by lifeline, I don’t mean a line of credit.

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So You Want to Move to New York Part One: Housing

Moving to New York would mean no more buying plane tickets and crashing on couches every time you want to take an audition, take a lesson with a teacher or coach, or see a show on Broadway or at the Met.

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Create Your Summer

It's no secret: this audition season was tough. Now that the surge of contracts or rejections is dwindling, it's time to look at your calendar. If you were lucky enough to land a gig in the coming months, you have some preparing to do.

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FUNdraising Dos & Don’ts

Emerging professionals often find themselves with an amazing opportunity for a training program or other professional musical opportunity. Recitals are a great way to fundraise and build your community of support as you follow your dreams.

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