I know it seems weird that as a vocal coach I’m saying “stop singing,” but hear me out...
I get students coming in all the time that are extremely focused on the technical aspect of singing. ⚙️🔧
Yes, we DO need to have learn technique and that’s what I help my singers attain, but that’s not all I’m here to do. 🙅🏼♀️
I’m a vocal coach that encourages students to GO BEYOND the technical and work on the mental part of singing, which to me is 50% or more of the work. 🧠
Think about this... why do we sing in the first place? ⚠️
Do we sing to sound “good?”
Do we sing to satisfy the ego and please others?
IMO... no we don’t! We sing to CONNECT with others and tell a story. 👫✨
I can tell you from experience that I spent many years working on technique and I kept hitting plateaus in my voice. I was SO focused on sounding “good” and less on what I was trying to say to the audience. ❌
I was able to level up as a singer because I spent time on getting rid of ego and learning to connect to others. 💪🏼
That to me makes the difference between just a singer and an actual artist. 🌟
Something has been popping up in my mind a lot lately ⇣
☆ There are thousands and thousands of voice teachers on IG and “real life” all over the world.
☆ I see other voice teachers and coaches all the time in my feed and while it could be easy to compare myself or point out certain things about their methodology, I am gravitating more to acknowledging that all vocal coaches offer something totally UNIQUE.
☆ To me, vocal coaches are like finger prints, it’s unlikely you will find one that’s exactly the same. This is because we all have different training, life experiences, and personalities that mold us into the coaches we are.
☆ We all have our own unique skill sets that we give to our students.
☆ I think it’s SO important to realize that here are other voice teachers out there that have more experience and knowledge than me in certain styles, techniques, languages, etc.
AND THAT IS COMPLETELY OKAY! 👌🏼
☆ When I was in college, my voice coach would refer me to colleagues of hers for specific things like obscure languages and stage presence things and it was because she understood that she was not as specialized in those topics and wanted the best for me.
☆ It’s also good to note that certain coaches teach certain personalities and learning styles BETTER than others. Some students like a stern coach that is very rigid and vigorous, but that would not work for others.
For me my areas of expertise and training are:
✓ Musical Theatre Styles
✓ Certain Pop Styles (2000 - present pop)
✓ Local and Regional Theatre Auditions
✓ Vocal Health
✓ Performer Mindset
✓ Female Voices, Ages 10-25
✓ Beginners and Intermediate Vocalists
☆ The point is, I may be a PERFECT fit for one person and NOT so much for another. I also don’t feel pressure to try to be everything to everyone (although I do continue to get education in my specialized fields)!
☆ You also don’t have to be a voice teacher to reap the benefits of this message, this goes for performers and vocalists as well!
TODAY’S MANTRA: I am at peace with the belief that I don’t need to be everyone’s cup of tea. I thrive in my uniqueness. ✌🏼✨
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Singer : Arijitsingh
Composer : jeet ganguli
Movie : Khamosiyan
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