Vocal technique is the last thing you want to be thinking about when you’re in front of an audience, in the recording booth or auditioning. If your head is filled with all things technical, your performance is going to be less than moving.
Practicing technique until it is truly second nature frees you to tell the story of your song in a way that only you can. Your audience will then be able to connect with you and your story. They will leave NOT saying, “Oh, doesn’t she have a pretty voice, bless her heart.” They will leave having been emotionally moved by your song.
If you don’t know how to practice, ask your vocal coach. One worth their salt will know how to guide you. If you’re not practicing wisely, you’re not reaping all the benefits of working with your coach. And you’re not giving your instrument the time and attention it needs to develop to serve you.
You have so much to bring to the table. I want you freed to bring it fully.
Do these two things and you will catapult your singing and artistry:
#1 Get a voice coach who shares with you scientifically based technique that frees you to sing your style and sing YOUR voice (only you can sing your voice) AND who gets how people learn.
#2 Practice your bohonkus off almost every single day with singular focus to master technical invisibility.
#3 Come to Nashville and say “Hey!” anytime. You’re always welcome here.
Lisa works with highly motivated clients, both teachers and artists, from round the world. In her Nashville, TN studio she specializes in working with artists to develop their voices so that they are no longer limited, but rather liberated by their style.With teachers, she helps them acquire the scientific and coaching information they need to be excellent voice teachers.
In the summer of 2014 Lisa completed and passed the first of a trio of blocks of graduate classes in vocology at the Summer Vocology Institute, taught by Dr. Ingo Titze, vocal science guru.
Lisa uniquely combines her experience and knowledge of health, wellness, positive psychology, and whole-hearted living with the science of the habilitation of the voice. She stirs in some compassion, a slightly off balance sense of humor, and some southern US charm, and out comes a recipe created to get you what you need for your singing and singing teaching.
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