Posts filed under: Singers

Despite the Nerves The ability as a performer to feel a closeness to your audience. How do you do that? There’s that famous song, ‘Killing me softly..’ This song strikes a chord in many of how well it can be...
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Career: At the end of last year/begin of this, I asked you what you wanted me to write about. Thanks to several of you, you responded! 1 response was ‘I don’t see what I’m doing as a (insert your own...
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  • Brighton
Wildfire Women’s Festival In 4 weeks, I’ll be hosting a ‘Bravery to Sing’ Workshop. It will take place at the Wildfire Women’s Festival. It will be in Brighton on September 9th and 10th. My workshop will be Sunday at 12:30...
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  • Blocked?
OK, I’m not meaning social media blocked, but artistically stuck? Don’t know what to do next? You’re career isn’t going the way you planned or you don’t know how to go from amateur to pro? First things first! Everybody goes...
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Don’t be like Mr Bean and get misunderstood! Get on board and let the world know about you and what you are doing! Do you need one? I agree with Amy Burman – Casting Director – when she talks about...
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Playing to type can and does work, here is an example, which is opening now and is already getting lots of press – a rom/com musical – how much more type do ya get: La La Land I don’t know...
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Coming from the operatic singing background, the idea of creating your own work isn’t a new 1, but, of course, it’s 1 of the biggest things people talk about for those periods when you just don’t have work coming in,...
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Over the years, I’ve taught a lot about how to breathe, which always seems odd to me, as it’s something we do all the time?! Yet something happens when we start  to think about how we do it?  Why is...
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I've talked about the inner critic, but what about the outer critic?...
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One of the reasons I wanted to be an actor was because I was told that acting meant you identified real emotions and reacted to the world around – like real life.  So I was interested, so how did this...
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