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Updated guidance on singing and Covid-19
New guidance on singing and Covid-19 has been cautiously welcomed but has also prompted calls for more clarity. For singing teachers keen to return to face-to-face teaching, there have […]
Government guidance on singing and Covid-19
The UK government has released guidance on performing that includes specific recommendations about singing. The lengthy report, Performing Arts: Working Safely Through The Coronavirus, is for performers, venue operators and […]
Covid-19 financial support – what about freelancers?
Freelancers, especially those shut out from the self-employed income support scheme, need more Covid-19 financial assistance. The government made lots of big-ticket economic announcements this week in an attempt to […]
The science on singing and Covid-19
What does the science tell us about singing and Covid-19? The world’s largest association of singing teachers explores the evidence in a new webinar. Here’s a rundown of what the […]
The Voice Forum: Get your tickets for virtual voice conference
Good news voice geeks: The Voice Forum is going virtual this year! That means you can hear a host of top experts speak about vocal health and technique without stepping […]
Happy World Voice Day
It’s World Voice Day today so let’s celebrate the human voice and its power to bring people together. There’s a lot going on around the globe right now, but as […]
It’s World Voice Day!
Greetings singing teacher from all over the world and I hope you’re having a very good World Voice Day! What began in Brazil in 1999 has now been spread across […]
A podcast for singing teachers
I don’t get excited too often, but I am definitely excited about our latest project the Teachers On Teaching podcast. I recorded the first one this week and it is […]