Posts filed under: singing

Time Warping I wonder when Tim Curry took on the role of Dr Fank N Furter, he was worrying about type?  As you probably know, they are doing a remake of this iconic film – ‘Rocky Horror Picture Show’ with...
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OK, hands up, I’m a Trekkie, from before the time that term was even created and seeing as the new Star Trek movie is to be released, I thought about what it means for me today to ‘Boldly go where...
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Like most people, I always start things with the best of intentions and todays post is another one of those.  It’s a chance for me, once a month, at least, to let you know what I’m up to! I’m terrible...
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I don’t know about you, but I love Carpool Karaoke with James Corden.  They are brilliant to watch and the latest 1 is with Jennifer Lopez, check it out here. How do they do it?  Why do we watch it? ...
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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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There was a time when you didn’t need one, but in today’s work of multimedia, well, you got to have one.  We have camera’s on our phones, so at least it doesn’t have to be impossible, but it may not...
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Not sure if Clint Eastwood is the man who came up with the phrase ‘Analysis Paralysis’, but it’s worth a read of this article to understand why I say, to over analyze a script may not help you much in...
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What better theme for October than the Headless Horseman!  So what does this have to do with performing, you may say, ah, well, that’s exactly what I want to address today! So often I’ve heard from students, ‘I feel like...
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