Music & Concert Photos

with 4 of my students after their wonderful solo performance at the historic Steinway Hall, NY

Lesson Tips

Allow yourself enough time before your "entrance" to check your grooming: HAIR should look like you've combed it, not like you just tumbled out of bed What you WEAR should be appropriate to... Read More
Warm ups aren't just singing "la la la" until you feel ready to sing. Warm ups should be unique to your needs and set you up for the kind of singing you're going to do. Start in your low range and... Read More
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Articles

Lukas Foss told me once (by way of justifying his reorchestrating of parts of Beethoven’s Eroica prior to a Milwaukee Symphony Orchestra rehearsal he was conducting) that, as far as he was concerned... Read More
A COACHING SESSION FOR SINGERS by Sharon L. Stohrer Chances are you are reading this article because you want to polish and refine your performance. Perhaps you live in a remote area and... Read More
A NYC Rock-Gospel Legend by Dave FieldsIt's rare in life that one personally meets a musician who changes the world. Not to belittle all my heroes whose music inspired millions and continues to,... Read More
Unlike standardized, data and test driven institutionalized systems that dominate the 21st century educational mindset, the mentoring process administers a one-on-one committed alliance of study that... Read More