This week we’d like to hear about the most valuable lessons of your vocal career.
The best lessons are those that stick with us and inspire us as we travel on our vocal journey. Perhaps it is the supportive teaching of your first music tutor or the immortal words of a mentor that inspire us to strive for the best that we can be? Whatever it is we’d like to hear about it. (We’ll be asking about stuff you just learned the hard way another time)!
So the question is: What’s the best thing a Voice Coach or Music Teacher ever taught you? We’d like to know!
Great Comments from last week:
Last week I asked: In your opinion, to what extent does diet impact on a vocalists performance?
José Louis Clima commented:
“I think it goes deeper than most people think, and I’m not just talking about excess of ‘mucus’ here, but more of that bright and fresh sound that our voices can keep if we follow a good diet”.
Michael Vaughn responded:
“A decent lunch, then a light, protein packed dinner. A couple of chicken breasts and a salad. Usually about 3-4 hours before showtime. And water, water, water! I drink at least a gallon a day, everyday”.
Marion Tillbrook Posted:
“Dairy and crisps do effect your vocals….but then so do fag and JD”!
Matt Colhoun wrote:
“Energy Level is everything. If you don’t eat right, you suffer the consequences. I always take 5 hour Energy Shot before a gig”.
Once again, thanks for all the great responses guys, looking forward to hearing your responses next week.
All the best,