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Oh Shenandoah - #Musicmonday

This is my first attempt at a self-harmonizing video using the new group video feature on Smule. It was a lot of fun creating this. Hope you enjoy it! 14 more words

Auditioning for College: It's all in the details

Being an active blogger and heavy involved in the online realm of classical music, I have thousands of articles, books, forums, and websites devoted to auditioning at the tips of my fingers. 1,405 more words


An Afternoon of Classics - August 2015

Alexandra is performing a number of beautiful Classical pieces covering opera, art and some Celtic music. She will sing pieces from the renowned artists:

Alexandra Brennan

Can You Feel It?- The Meaning Behind The Words

Hey everybody!!!

In my work as a voice teacher, I largely work with people on developing  healthy and dependable vocal technique so they can sing their material without undue strain and fatigue. 176 more words

Earl Harville Vox

prattle & babble – urtext

“Do the languages of the adult retain anything of the infinitely varied babble from which they emerged? If they did, then it would be only an echo, since where there are languages, the infant’s prattle has long ago vanished, at least in the form it once had in the mouth of the child who could not yet speak.

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Creating Singing Work for Museums and Art Galleries

Creating a market for singing as a professional singer often requires thinking outside the box and seeing opportunities where others see nothing.

From 1985-2005 I was successful in creating programs and performing opportunities which were brought into many museums and art galleries in the Washington, DC area. 1,808 more words

Teaching Singing

Backlogging Part One

Oh boy…..

Well, started this blog 3 years ago, posted 3 times, and became so busy with school and performing I forgot I even had a blog. 657 more words

mossjon314159 reblogged this on Misty Midwest Mossiness and commented:

An update on my daughter's blog (three years and waiting) but I'm so proud of her. I can't wait to here her perform again.