All Humans Are Meant to Sing: An Interview with Justin Stoney
Posted Saturday, September 11th 2021 by Meredith Davis
All humans are meant to sing! Whether as a profession, a passion or both, anyone drawn to the musical art form is truly called to sing! And Justin Stoney tells us why in this conversation with Kerri Ho of The Songbird Tree.
“Singing is so attached to the deepest part of ourselves.”
All humans are meant to sing! Whether as a profession, a passion or both, anyone drawn to the musical art form is truly called to sing! And Justin Stoney tells us why!
Many have the misconception that they cannot sing, don't have perfect pitch, become nervous singing in public, or that they simply are not meant to pursue their craft. This is false!
In this conversation with Kerri Ho of The Songbird Tree, Justin tells us about his own journey of vocal discovery and how that ultimately led him to becoming a voice teacher.
“I never lost the love, I just fell more passionately in love with another; another called voice teaching and vocal coaching.”
We’ll cover the power of student transformation, Justin’s deep research of vocal twang, and the importance of vocal anatomy. But all the vocal knowledge in the world brings us back to one simple and salient truth: if you have the joy for singing, then you are meant to fill the world with that joy!
Watch the Interview here.
Meredith is the Studio Manager at New York Vocal Coaching, as well as an experienced actor, director, and choreographer. She served as the director of Musical Theatre for the North Carolina Young Artists Program. During the summer of 2011, 2012 and 2013, NCYAP traveled internationally to Bulgaria and Italy to perform her works. She has also worked as the Assistant to the Producer of North Carolina Theatre where she maintained the daily workings of every production throughout the spring season of 2013.
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