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Why Your Throat Hurts When You Sing for a Long Time

Have you ever sung for a long time, using the best technique you can muster, and still find that your throat hurts after a while? A lot of singers will assume that they're singing "incorrectly" when they reach this point. Well good news, my friends. Your voice can...

Everything You Need to Know About Buying Your First MIDI Controller

The following was written by Jarrett Moses. Jarrett is a 2018 graduate from the University of Valley Forge. He majored in Music Production: Studio Engineer. He's spent 3 years editing and recording music as well as interviews and video audio; including working in live...

Should You Really Sing From Your Diaphragm

There’s a huge misconception among singers and even otherwise really great voice teachers that you should “sing from your diaphragm.” But where did that come from, what do people mean when they say it, and what should you do instead? Is there any truth to the phrase,...

5 Songs for Your Thanksgiving Playlist

It’s always important to practice gratitude, but now that November is rolling in, it’s especially nice to reflect on the parts of our lives that we’re thankful for. Here are 5 songs about gratitude to add to your Thanksgiving playlist. For 10 more, check out one of...
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Hard Songs to Sing: Never Enough, from The Greatest Showman

A couple of months ago, we put together a Hard Songs to Sing tutorial on A Million Dreams, from The Greatest Showman. Since then, other Greatest Showman songs have spiked in popularity as well–in particular, the very challenging “Never Enough.” Not only does “Never Enough” take a considerable range and incredible endurance to conquer, but to sing it the way Loren Allred does, you need to be able to shift comfortably between a head-mix and a belt throughout the song.

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How to Choose Which Instrument is Right for You

Learning to play your first (or second or third) instrument is exciting! But with the wide variety of wonderful instruments out there, how do you even know which one to pick? There’s, of course, no right answer, but here are some questions to ask yourself to help determine which instrument is right for you.

student spotlight

We have some amazing and talented students. Check them out!

I had the pleasure of working with Emma’s student Ella at our May Pre-Recital Masterclass. We were all blown away by her unique style and stunning voice, which one student described as “mesmerizing.” Along with singing, Ella can accompany herself on piano and ukulele and even takes classes in aerial silks. While she’s newer at performing in front of an audience, she’s maintained a phenomenal YouTube channel and an Instagram music account. Be sure to follow her at @ellahayesmusic! In the mean time, enjoy her video from our latest recital.

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Why Your Throat Hurts When You Sing for a Long Time

Have you ever sung for a long time, using the best technique you can muster, and still find that your throat hurts after a while? A lot of singers will assume that they're singing "incorrectly" when they reach this point. Well good news, my friends. Your voice can...

Should You Really Sing From Your Diaphragm

There’s a huge misconception among singers and even otherwise really great voice teachers that you should “sing from your diaphragm.” But where did that come from, what do people mean when they say it, and what should you do instead? Is there any truth to the phrase,...

Teen-Adult Recital 10.28.18

Teen Adult Recital October 28, 2018 Our Performers Cate "The Middle" Zedd "Perfect" P!ink Lina "I Didn't Plan It" from Waitress "Breathe" from In The Heights Meagan "Sally's Song" Nightmare Before Christmas"Feelings Are Fatal" MXMToonKaia "Issues" Julia Michaels...

5 Songs for Your Thanksgiving Playlist

It’s always important to practice gratitude, but now that November is rolling in, it’s especially nice to reflect on the parts of our lives that we’re thankful for. Here are 5 songs about gratitude to add to your Thanksgiving playlist. For 10 more, check out one of...

Teacher spotlight

We have some amazing and talented teachers. Check them out!

Our newest voice and piano teacher, Lina, has performed all over the world, including the Hollywood Bowl, Carnegie Hall, and a wide variety of other venues in both America and throughout Europe. She won first and second place in two separate NATS competitions, one for contemporary music and the other for musical theatre. She won the contemporary music category conquering the infamously difficult “Chandelier” and “Stone Cold,” and for that has our undying respect! We’re so excited to have her as part of our team.

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