Voice Teachers are very aware of the voice changes in our adolescent singers, but our young men are dealing with many other challenges. My special guest, Patti Barrow discusses the emotional and psychological changes that our young men struggle with and how we can best support them during this vulnerable time. Includes a fantastic list of recommended resources and repertoire!Read More
Teaching strategies, business ideas, interviews and FUN!
A fun and informative podcast for the independent voice teacher working with young singers. Sharing inspiring interviews with music educators from around the world, the FULL VOICE Podcast shares modern teaching tips, vocal pedagogy, business strategies and fun.
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Thank you SO MUCH for this excellent podcast!! I had written down so many helpful tips from you and your wonderful guests. I will use these warm up exercises with my students both at school and at home. (Podcast #23: Favourite Vocal Warm-Ups) - L. Hudson,
This (podcast) made me ridiculously pumped about my first official recital as a teacher. Thank you (and your colleagues) for the excellent suggestions and tips about engaging the kids and families, and making things more fun and less... not (Podcast #5: Hosting Great Recitals) ~ Chelsea
"Thank you for the excellent material you are presenting...Before the Full Voice podcast, I had not been able to find anything really excellent to listen to on vocal ped." ~ H.Best - Idaho
How do you choose?! I’ve gotten something out of every single one. Love the conversations with Brian Lee, Dana Lentini and Shannon Coates. But the one that sticks out for me was the Effective Lesson Pacing! I listen to all the podcasts faithfully. Thank you for doing them! ~S. Howell-Stuebing
Changes to our lesson fees and policies can be stressful. Worried about losing students? What if I told you that raising your rates is the BEST way to breath new life into your voice studio? What is the best way to communicate your new fees? Listen Now!Read More
Psst...Are you assigning the same old songs over and over and over...
In this podcast, we look at common voice teacher repertoire complaints and discuss why finding great music is such a chore! We may even have some strategies that you might not have thought about.
A great student recital is about how you make everyone feel before, during and after the event. Here are some fun and interesting ideas to keep students and families in their seats until the very last performance.Read More
Have you ever had a student who you just couldn't connect with? Or a student that you found difficult to motivate? Glory St. Germain is a Neuro Linguistic Practitioner (NLP) and she has wonderful insight for all private music teachers.Read More
In this podcast we speak to Linda Saarenvirta, Speech Language Pathologist at
S.L. Hunter Speechworks in Burlington, Ontario, Canada.
Linda discusses the clientèle she works with and the voice and speech
disorders she treats. She answers questions from professional Voice
Teachers and lets us know when (and how) to refer our singers to see
Are you thinking of joining a choir? Are you already a member of a chorus?
Are you a choral director? You will definitely want to check out this podcast
with Vocalist, Voice Coach and Musical Director Jordan Travis.
We are discussing what it takes to be a valuable member of a choral organization.
Overview: Whether you are a private voice teacher, a classroom vocal music teacher or a choral director, you will have the challenge of working with shy singers. In this podcast we will be discussing some simple, easy strategies for helping these singers build their confidence.