The Holistic Voice: Navigating Your Life as a Vocalist
Summary: "The Holistic Voice" is a podcast made by vocalists, for vocalists. Each episode features an interview with an industry professional that is designed to help you navigate your life as a vocalist. On our show, we discuss vocal health and technique applicable to every genre of music, managing yourself as a business, career opportunities for vocalists, artistic development, and more!
Essential Tech Solutions for your Voice Studio
Where to find financial support for musicians during the COVID-19 outbreak
Working with a larger than life voice? How to navigate the development of a dramatic voice.
This episode we meet with Craig Phillips, a two-time GRAMMY nominee and founding member of the male quartet New York Polyphony, to discuss building a career as a professional ensemble singer.
Today we sit down to talk about correlating careers, time management, and figure out how to balance multiple careers without losing your mind.
This episode we talk about how to build your own website!
Brass tacks tips for developing the best possible version of your own voice.
Music Producer Mitch Davis answers questions including what makes a great vocal track, how to work well with a producer, and how to find a producer that will bring the best results for your project.
In our first ever livestream episode, we sit down to ponder the pros and cons of paid summer programs, discuss broadway street performances during the Manhattan blackout, and how to prep for allergy season.
We continue with part 2 of our hour long interview with Nathan Gunn!
Part 1 of our hour long interview with Nathan Gunn!
What life is like as a cruise ship singer, and how to book the gig!
This week we interview Rachel WIllis Sørensen about her incredible vocal career, being an artist, and doing it all while raising a family!
Sally Ahner walks us through a 101 break-down of how to retrain habitual patterns of tension, to rethink our kinesthetic sense, and to allow freedom to trump bad habits.
Rébecca Kleinberger, a PhD candidate at MIT studying with the group Opera of the Future, joins us to discuss her research of the human voice.