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One must realize when wanting to become a singer most important, difficult part is breath control. When someone tells you, don't worry it will happen automatically, not true. I also do not teach lifting of the soft palate, it is hard to learn and harder to unlearn, the palate moves by itself when we sing higher. I was always told my great voice teacherss then when you do lift the soft palate, your voice will also have a shorter lifespan by about ten years.
This is the latest photo of my Voice studio
Seen here with James Van Der Post, I was very fond of her. She was the Mother of my wonderful friend Maria Powell , one of the few friends I can discuss singing with. I just felt to give them both a mentioning on my website
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I began teaching in 1975 and have taught students in Amsterdam, Mexico City, Boston, San Antonio, and Dallas, both privately and at vocal schools. Many of my students have gone on to sing professionally on stage. My vocal teaching method emphasizes the natural style based on the proper breathing technique and correct posture. My vocal training and teaching method is Bel Canto
Teaching Hours are typically Mon - Thurs 9 a.m. - 8 p.m. | Fri & Sat 9 a.m.m - 5 p.m. | Closed on Sunday.
Lucia di LammermoorG. Donizetti
I due FoscariG. Verdi
La TraviataG. Verdi
Simon BoccanegraG. Verdi
The Pearl FishersG. Bizet
La BohemeG. Puccini
Of Mice and MenC. Floyd
I PagliacciR. Leoncavallo
L' Italiana In AlgeriG. Rossini
Hansel und GretelE. Humperdinck,
35 performances as the father.
The CreationJ. Haydn
Te DeumA. Dvorak
A German RequiemJ. Brahms
Carmina BuranaC. Orff, 30 performances
Christmas OratorioC. Saint-Saens
Soloist for two years with Texas Bach choir in San Antonio, Texas.
I teach a student making sure the voice is treated with the greatest regards because we only have one voice and it must be handled with care and respect. This alone is the best advice to and for a customer. I will treat your voice perhaps better than you do yourself.
Critique..from the paper
Most notable among the trained voices was James Vanderpost, who sang the conniving Iago with a perfect touch. His darting movements, his duplicitous grin, his compelling baritone and especially his evil, triumphant laugh at the close of act three were perfect.
Roberta Furie, Providence Journal