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About Me: Hi, I have been performing as a soloist, chorister and an accompanist for the various stages of classical vocal music. From the childhood's experiences to recent professionalread more...
Education: Vocal Performance (BM), University of Wisconsin - River Falls 
About Me: Although I am a classically trained singer, I have spent many years developing my own style of singing and instruction. I draw on my experiences and training not only inread more...
Education: Bachelor of Fine Arts in Theater/Voice (BFA), University of Kansas 
About Me: Learn healthy singing techniques and performing habits, including proper breathing and posture, effective and accurate phonation, diction (IPA-English, Italian, German,read more...
Education: Bachelor of Music in Voice Performance (BM), University of the Pacific Conservatory of Music 
About Me: Jonathon Larson has performed throughout Chicago and its suburbs with distinction. He has been heard with the North Shore Choral Society, Northminster Presbyterian Choir, asread more...
Education: Masters of Music: Vocal Performance (MM), North Park University 
About Me: I am a classical singer and I just completed my Master of Music in voice. I also hold a Bachelor's degree in music education and a teaching certificate in music K-12. Iread more...
Education: Master's of Music in Voice (MM), University of Missouri-Columbia 
About Me: As far back as I am able to remember, I was always involved in sports and music. While in elementary school, I earned the President’s Award for Physical Fitness andread more...
Education: Bachelor of Music: Vocal Performance (BM), Olivet College 
About Me: Heather has over 12 years of performing experience in both musical theater and opera. She teaches voice lessons both in her studio and travels to the homes of students whoread more...
Education: Vocal Performance (M.M.), Ohio University 
About the Voice
Vibrato adds richness to the tone. Faster vibratos are possible without perceived "damage" to the note as the frequency of the note increases; slow vibrato is necessary for low frequencies in order to allow the full waveform to propagate before altering its frequency.