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Jéssica Amicucci of The Voice Argentina: A Conversation in Hope

So many incredible talents walk through the doors of New York Vocal Coaching. They go on to great success in musical performance, business, and…

WordWaves: The Language of Music

Broadway Music Director and Senior Vocal Associate Andrea Grody introduces WordWaves, an immersive musical experience.

Inside the Studio: A Lesson with David McCall

Come inside the vocal studio with Head of Vocal Development, David McCall...

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Jéssica Amicucci of The Voice Argentina: A Conversation in Hope

So many incredible talents walk through the doors of New York Vocal Coaching. They go on to great success in musical performance, business, and instruction of their own. One such success story is graduate of the Voice Teacher Training Course and contestant on The Voice Argentina, Jessica Maison.
But more than the success, Jessica has discovered the true meaning of her art. We hope that through her encouraging words, our readers can find the same glorious purpose!

Preparing For Your Best Audition: An Actor’s Checklist

Auditioning. The word strikes fear in every actor, seasoned and amateur alike. However, this doesn't have to be the case. While some nerves are to be expected (it’s an audition after all), with the right amount of preparation, fear of auditioning can be a thing of the past…or at least more manageable.

Signs that you might be vocally fatigued

The voice is the only instrument that is apart the human body (unless you count clapping your hands as percussion!!). So it makes sense that the instrument is the entire body, not just the larynx alone. Everything from body alignment, respiratory system, the larynx, vocal tract, not to mention the brain are involved in this high level athletic coordination!

Ego Reads. Humility breeds.

In my absence from chronicling my thoughts from a music director/coach perspective, I have seen some brilliant performances that have given me pause; performances that made me stop and think, “How is something so...

WordWaves: The Language of Music

How can so many rigid disciplines be compacted into one entity that ultimately works to free our spirits?

Inside the Studio: A Lesson with David McCall

As one of my first voice teachers used to say, "The study of voice is the study of one's self..."

Body Mapping for Singers

An overview of the systems in the body that contribute to vocal sound!

Inside the Studio: A Lesson with Andy King

A handful of months ago I started teaching a 20-something student...