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Tips and tricks for opera singers
Rejection never feels good. However, you can make it work for you, learn how to overcome it and leave it in the past.
It ain’t over until the fat lady sings or so goes the saying…and with it the generalization that all opera singers are fat or better yet: that in order to be a good opera singer you need to gain a lot of weight.
Performing is not an easy thing to do, especially with an instrument as fragile as the human voice. So, how do you make sure you’re always at your best?
For anyone considering to become a classical singer at any point in their lives, one question applies: ARE YOU CERTAIN YOU WANNA DO THIS?
Are there any reasons not to transpose some operatic music? Why should singers not be allowed to transpose an opera aria?
Likely the most important decision in a singer’s career: what’s your voice type? Are you a lyric voice or a dramatic voice? How can you determine it?
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