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How to "Sound Like You"? Finding Your Own Singing Voice

In this article, Andrea Grody discusses how singers can "find" their own singing voice by improving their technical ability and clarifying their artistic voice.

How To Practice Singing Part III: Identity-Based Habits

This is part III of Zac's series "How To Practice Singing", where he takes a deep dive into the fundamentals of building habits for singing…

Open Mic Nights in NYC: Resource Guide

Wondering where to get started as an artist in NYC? Open mic nights might give you the start that you need!

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New Year's Resolution Ideas for Singers: Creating Singing Goals

How do you create singing goals that are measurable and helpful for improvement? As we think about our New Year Resolutions, I will guide you through 6 measurable singing goals you can make for vocal growth!

BroadwayWorld adds "Sing Like Never Before" to Fall Reading List

Justin Stoney and Mark Pate, author and illustrator of Sing Like Never Before, join theatre artists Jame Lapine, Cynthia Erivo, Sutton Foster, Billy Porter, Sarah Ruhl, and Mel Brooks in BroadwayWorld's...

Am I Singing In Tune? More Complicated Than You Think!

Virtually every singer I have taught or worked with has struggled with singing in tune at some point in their vocal journey...

How to Get a Gig Part II: Finding the Right Venue

In part two of my series on How to Get a Gig, let’s explore the process of finding a perfect venue for you to perform at.

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!

National Association of Teachers of Singing Reviews "Sing Like Never Before"

The Official Journal of the National Association of Teachers of Singing, Inc., has published their review of Justin Stoney's award-winning book Sing Like Never Before.

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!

Going Deeper: Vocal Technique & The Soul

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

Singing With Pure EEase

It’s time we had a talk about EE. Though it takes second place in the accepted listing of vowels, we use the EE to form the diphthongs of fourteen letters of our alphabet, making it one of the most...