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Super thrilled that yesterday I got to interview Vocal Mindset Coach Keziah from the UK! She has such great insight on confidence, mindset, nerves and preparing for auditions and live performances. Check out our live Q&A! View this post on Instagram A post shared by Alida Vocal -Online Lessons (@alidavocalstudio) on Oct 28, 2020 […]
Thank you to all who attended our Singing After Vocal Injury webinar! Thanks again to Sherri Zelazny from the Surrey Voice Clinic for co-presenting with me on such an interesting topic.
I have been teaching for over a decade and I can always tell when a client comes to their lesson having practiced. Their voices are usually stronger, more balanced, and way more equipped for challenging song phrases. If you haven’t been a consistent with your practice, don’t even sweat it, don’t make time for ‘practice […]
Now more than ever we need to restore a sense of hope in our lives. A few of my clients got “together, but apart” and sang their hearts out in this rendition of a classic! Enjoy! Featuring: Zenia Marshall, Giles Fernandes, Bea Armstrong, Israel De Real, May Guimaraes, Achilles Tang, Stefanie Joyce, and Rani Reddy. […]
It sometimes takes a while before we feel warmed-up enough to sing those challenging notes in a song. This mini vocal workout will not only warm-up your voice, it will help you discover the three different areas of the voice: bottom, middle and top. It features functional exercises that building vocal strength and balance. In […]
Got to document my discussion with osteopath Jennie Morton on training singers who dance and dancers who sing. Jennie is a pioneer in Performing Arts Medicine. A former professional dancer/singer/actor, now works as an Osteopath in LA, she uses an integrative approach to managing physical and emotional challenges in her work with performers.