Do you know that even well known professional singers also get stage fright now and then. A bout of terrible stage fright had prevented the great Barbara Streisand from performing live for many years. So you are not alone, aren’t you? In reality, stage fright is...
Keeping your child’s instrument secure will ultimately be their job. However, because an instrument can be an expensive investment, you’ll want to help them keep the instrument out of harm’s way. In addition, your child will have an easier time building...
An audition is your opportunity to share what you’ve learned and to showcase your individuality and passion. This guide will help you understand key areas to focus on during your preparation period so that you can shine on the big day. Learn the Audition...
What do I do when/if the weather is bad? Confident Voice Studio has a bad weather policy. Lessons will generally be canceled for inclement weather if schools are closed, in which case, lessons will be conducted via ZOOM! (SO FUN) Flex Weeks are weeks of unscheduled...
Anyone who has ever sung professionally knows that there is more to a vocal performance than simply walking onstage and belting out a song. A voice is a musical instrument, and it should be treated as such. This means knowing what to do and what not to do to prepare...
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I wasn’t sure I’d want to play again, but I had so much fun
?Revisited my flute-playing days at Confident Voice Studiothis afternoon.?
Although I am not a beginner, Elizabeth quickly assessed my skill level and found a piece for me to play that was doable but slightly challenging, given how long it’s been since I’ve played new music. You can see me counting out the beat before starting to play in the first pic (I love sight-reading a song I’ve never heard in 6/8 time! Lol).
I wasn’t sure I’d want to play again, but I had so much fun. Elizabeth was very encouraging (I have good timbre!) and gave good notes for improvement.