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Canciones de España-Songs of 19th Century Spain


Suzanne
Draayer, editor
83 songs / 50 composers / 3 volumes
High and low voice IPA transcriptions and translations


Elisabeth Howard

Conducted seminars worldwide: ICVT, EVTA; National Conferences: NATS, AICI, ANATS, APFC, AOTOS, ABC, APCS; Regional:Mozarteum, Canada

 

SongFest Mentor Program scholarship opportunity for NATS members
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National Association of Teachers of Singing is pleased to announce a new partnership with SongFest. SongFest has established a Mentor Program especially designed for voice teachers and coaches and is offering two full-tuition scholarships to NATS members (valued at $850, room and board not included) to attend SongFest. More

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What the music industry needs to do with the classical renaissance
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We're currently seeing a melding of genres and a breaking of boundaries across the music world. This recent trend — listeners moving to the avant garde after they start demanding more from the mainstream — has long been acknowledged within pop. In recent years, mainstream pop artists have even started adopting aspects of the avant garde in their search for fresh output: It's a dialogue that has benefited artists, labels and listeners alike. More

America's 50 top philanthropists include 12 arts donors
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The most generous members of the 1 percent devoted more than 2 percent of their charitable giving last year to arts and culture, according to the Chronicle of Philanthropy, which issued its annual ranking of America's 50 most generous donors. Reporters for the Chronicle found specific donations of at least $1 million to arts and cultural institutions by 12 of the 50, totaling $213.4 million. More

Andrew Lloyd Webber on 'Love Never Dies,' 'The Phantom Of The Opera' sequel 20 years in the making
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Andrew Lloyd Webber has been working on a sequel to his iconic show, "The Phantom of the Opera," for more than 20 years. But the process has not been without its challenges. Early work on the production fell apart in the 1990s. After seeing a documentary about Coney Island, Webber decided to move the opera there, picking up the project again in 2006. In 2007, production was delayed further when Lloyd Webber's kitten Otto climbed onto his digital piano and deleted the score. More

More than a haircut
Arts Journal Blog    Share    Share on FacebookTwitterShare on LinkedinE-mail article
As written by Greg Sandow, "After I taught my class about branding — using an Apple-gadget charger and some chocolate — one of my students gave a branding example: Lang Lang's haircut. You know it's him as soon as you see his hair. And a few commenters here decried branding as shallow, surface stuff. But remember that the chocolates — with their varied shapes and varied-color wrapping — look different because they're different inside. And that's what branding ought to be about: what you are inside." More

Alliance Publications, Inc.

First time ever! Beautiful new English texts for the BIBLICAL SONGS of Antonin Dvorak by Michael Sust— true to the Czech text and true to the original music!

Available in high and low (medium voice) editions. MORE


Camilla Williams, barrier-breaking opera star, dies at 92
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On May 15, 1946, an unknown singer named Camilla Williams took the stage at City Center in New York City as Cio-Cio-San, the doomed heroine of Puccini's "Madama Butterfly." Her performance would be the capstone of a night of glorious firsts. Williams, a lyric soprano who began her career as a concert singer, had never been in an opera. The New York City Opera, the young upstart company with which she was making her debut, had never before staged "Madama Butterfly." More

National Music Theater Competition now accepting applications
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The first nationwide competition for music theater soloists, the National Music Theater Competition, has announced the opening of online applications through digital audition management sponsor, ArtsApp. Sponsored by the National Association of Teachers of Singing, the National Music Theater Competition is open to performers ages 20-28 by the application deadline of March 1. More

From classical to hip-hop: Why Beethoven still inspires me
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As written by Drumma Boy, "Growing up in the urban decay of South Memphis, Tenn., I was always aware that my musical journey was destined to be one of depth and contradictions — and I loved the possibilities. My mother was a professional opera singer and my father was the first chair clarinet for forty years in the Memphis Symphony Orchestra — the first African-American to hold that position. Even my extended family were no strangers to clefs and staffs; my grandmother was a piano teacher and my aunt played the violin and taught music classes at NYU." More

Good teachers learn from their mistakes
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If you are a new teacher, you'll be making lots (and lots) of mistakes. Don't worry about it. You'll not only survive them, you'll learn from them and if you reflect on them honestly, you'll be a better teacher for them too. More


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 Promoting Your Voice Studio


You'll never be a social media influencer doing that
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Social media influence is hotly debated topic. Everyone is talking about how to get it, who has it, how to harness it and how to measure it. If you're looking to be the authority in your area of expertise, here are 18 mistakes guaranteed to destroy your online credibility . More

7 simple, powerful productivity tips
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Successful business development is all about achieving measurable progress in reasonable time. Here are seven productivity tips to help you get the very most from your working day. More

How do I create compelling content marketing for my industry niche audience?
positive disruption by: Tom Martin    Share    Share on FacebookTwitterShare on LinkedinE-mail article
It's fairly easy to create compelling content marketing if you're a major liquor brand or a popular destination or any host of other brands. But what if you're marketing to a niche audience? Then what do you do? More
 
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