Whether you want to sing in classical style, belt style or anything in between, there’s an old saying that the voice is the only instrument that you have to build before you can use it. It is.
While singers need to learn musical skills like any other musician, there are some considerations that are unique to the vocal instrument.
So, what’s the difference between a “voice teacher” and a “vocal coach”? The terms sound pretty similar and people tend to use them interchangeably. And, the distinction is even trickier because the job descriptions do overlap.
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Summer Studio Concert
August 4, 2019, 2:00 p.m.
at Susan's House
New Jersey NATS Scholarship
Polly in Neshaminy Summerstock's production of Crazy for You
Irene in Neshaminy Summerstock's production of Crazy for You
Langhorne Council for the Arts Scholarship winner;
Elsa in Acting Naturally's production of Frozen
Superior-National Thespian Conference IE
Lola in Newtown Arts Company's production of Damn Yankees
Great work everyone!