Traditionally, the method used for the teaching of singing has relied on a coveted body of knowledge passed down directly from teacher to student, somewhat clouded in mystery. However, voice science research in the last 100 years has clarified much of the principles behind good singing. In my teaching I use imagery, modeling, physiological directives, and scientific theory as the means to the end of better singing. I believe that every student can become his/her own teacher, if given the right diagnostic skills. And, in order to synthesize the physiological, intellectual, emotional, and aesthetic requirements of singing, mindful practice and analysis are crucial.
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