vocal exercises

Podcast 11 – LockdownHeroes Oren Boder SOVT AMAs!

SOVT expert Oren Boder answers six of the top AMAs we received on semi-occluded vocal tract exercises & science. And we discuss: Why the angle of the straw in water might make a difference - 3.50 Why you might be bypassing the benefits of straws without realising it - 5.30 Why matching resistance of your straw [...]

Podcast 10 – LockdownHeroes Oren Boder SOVT

Dr Gillyanne Kayes & Jeremy Fisher chat with one of their own #LockdownHeroes, Oren Boder. Oren is the creator of the SOVT Singing Straw (patent-pending), a brilliant variable length/width metal straw for singers and speakers. In part 1 of a 2-part interview, listen to Oren's story as he shares how he started, how he navigated the [...]

Understanding Musicals part 6 – Vocal style

Vocal style Knowledge of vocal style can be used to inform any performance element of the exam and project work. It will also contribute to appraisal skills and understanding of form. The vocal styles prevalent in the genre have arisen from two directions. Since the vast majority of performers have trained first as actors, the emphasis [...]

Fun with Sounds by Pippa Goss

Fun with Sounds by Pippa Goss There is a moment in the summer when I realise that my transition to singing teaching geek is finally complete. I am driving about the country on holiday with my five year- old daughter listening to the CBeebies Songs Album for the umpteenth time (singing teachers, note that younger children [...]

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