Author: Amy Stewart

  • Intimidated by Opera? Here Are 5 Ways You Can Dive in as a Beginner

    Intimidated by Opera? Here Are 5 Ways You Can Dive in as a Beginner

    Tom Hanks: “Do you mind this music? Do you like opera?” Denzel Washington: “I am…not that familiar with opera.” For many, the question isn’t whether or not they like opera — it’s whether or not they’ve ever taken the time to find out. Opera tends to play a cameo role in our culture, hovering around the […]

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  • How to Organize Your Audition Song Book Like a Boss

    How to Organize Your Audition Song Book Like a Boss

    The above video and following tips are drawn from our brand-new, free course, The Definitive Guide to Building Your Audition Book, made in partnership with TheoryWorks. Check it out to see many more insights about what makes a great audition book!  Getting Organized If you’re heading into an audition and your song book isn’t organized, your accompanist will notice, […]

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  • How to Find Your Vocal Range and Write It on a Résumé

    How to Find Your Vocal Range and Write It on a Résumé

    Your vocal range: It’s present at the top of all your résumés, and is so basic that it’s right there next to your name, height, and contact information. But unlike the URL to your website, your vocal range can be subjective, and tough to describe accurately. And if you’re interested in working in musical theater, […]

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