An audition panel want you to be the best you that you can be – says Jai Ramage.
Vocal Coach Janine Le Clair shows how you can engage yourself and your audience more effectively.
Recording artists are under so much pressure to present themselves as unique – says Lis Lewis.
Going boldly where you haven’t gone before is a big statement, but it can happen for you –says Jaime Babbitt.
Find the balance between originality and familiarity, compromise and authenticity -says Georgia Train.
Searching for fame can be a real task master, if you don’t love the thing that you’re doing -says Aaron Anastasi.
Once you face the consequences of not pursuing your goal it lights a fire under your butt -says Aaron Anastasi.
Dave Gray has created a unique manual called 'Daily Musical Meds' to provoke your thoughts and ignite your imagination. Here he encourages us to accept our fears in order to access a deeper creativity.
'Daily Musical Meds' is a unique collection of writings designed to inspire and motivate you. Author Dave Gray tells us how to tap into accept our daily struggles to create innovative music.
Change and loss can create a burst of creative energy -says Dave Gray.
Dave Gray encourages live in the present while dreaming of a great musical future.
Inspire your colleagues by proving you know what you’re doing and you love what you’re doing -says Mark De-Lisser.
Dr. Daniel K. Robinson explains why ‘growing up’ and ‘getting real’ actually mean that we must sing.
Why is it that there are so many people who have always wanted to share their voice in song but just can't let go of the fear they may mess up?
“I can’t understand why people are frightened by new ideas. I’m frightened of the old ones.” –John Cage.
Hearing a recording you love can be more detrimental than the one you hate –says Paul Kirby.
February serves out its fair share of Winter blues, so we asked you how you pick yourself up and get inspired to sing.
As we enter into 2016, VoiceCouncil has put together some resolutions you might want to make.
When you know your heart is protected, you can open up more on stage –says Katarina Henryson.
I can honestly say that I have never met anyone with real talent who has a permanent state of confidence –says Leontine Hass
One of the greatest moments a singer can experience, is when your artist and business sides triumph at the same time. –says Paul Kirby
Eric, I spend a lot of time focusing on the terrible things I am doing - how I can turn things around?
BBC One's The Voice Coach, Juliet Russell, reveals her view on the power of singing.
Psychologist turned Songstress Miel de Botton reveals the links between her two careers.
Welsh singer-songwriter Judith Owen and her actor-humorist husband Harry Shearer have combined their talents to recreate the Spinal Tap classic ‘Christmas With The Devil.’
Do you have to be really tough to make it in a tough industry? Michael Ferraiuolo asks.
Are we not courageous when we are willing to hear, feel and listen to the song of our bones? -asks Deborah Weitzman
Answer the questions your audience are pondering...and do your best to keep them dazzled –says Frances Caballo
There’s a life for your singing beyond fame and fortune -says Deborah Weitzman
Strong emotions can emerge in voice lessons. Deal with them so you can move ahead with your life... and your singing –says Hannah Northedge.