Getting Real: The Correlating Career

REALLY good points for singers of all ilks!

Boston Singers' Resource Blog

All, I’m so pleased to present this guest post by the amazing Dana Lynne Varga (whom you might know as Dana Schnitzer, but she recently got married and now has a sexy new last name, so congrats to the Vargas!). Dana, who has a jaw-dropping professional bio that includes everything from singing all over to teaching to founding her own opera company, has a subsequently unique and valuable perspective on our business, and she collaborated with me to put together this very insightful guide on adapting to the current economic environment in our field. This important topic comes up a lot on the BSR Blog, because I believe it’s time to change how we think about what it means to be a professional singer. I’ve suggested often in my work as a singer, writer and audition coach that we replace the term “day job” with “supporting job” to reflect how fundamentally necessary such work is, but Dana takes this to another…

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About evanb54

I'm a passionate, curious learning junkie--- an X-Opera Singer turned Voice Teacher, Voice Teachers Teacher, NLP Lehrtrainer, Off-Path Coach, Cranio-Sacral worker and a few other even less mainstream things. Everything I've learned or taught revolves around THE VOICE. The Voice as a tool of artistic expression. The Voice as a tool of emotional transparency. The voice as a tool of flexible communication. More information can be found at my Institute Site: The Wiesbaden Academy of the Vocal Muse Gesangsunterricht Wiesbaden, Coaching, Voice Pedagogy
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2 Responses to Getting Real: The Correlating Career

  1. angelajajko says:

    Thanks for the repost!!

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