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"WHY" Do We Sing? Cover
4/2/2014

"WHY" Do We Sing?

At first thought, this question may seem far too simple or far too philosophical for a conversation about improving one's performance. I assure you, it is neither. As evident in my prior articles, I have gone...

Ego Reads. Humility breeds. Cover
11/3/2013

Ego Reads. Humility breeds.

In my absence from chronicling my thoughts from a music director/coach perspective, I have seen some brilliant performances that have given me pause; performances that made me stop and think, “How is something so...

The "Sound" And The Voice Cover
4/9/2013

The "Sound" And The Voice

As actor/singers prepare for auditions, there tends to be a great deal of concern about the “sound” that’s required to accurately portray (or at least, land) the role that is being cast.  Aside from the...

A Prelude Cover
3/3/2013

A Prelude

Before I became a professional music director, I had every intention of becoming a musical theatre performer.  I studied four years at the prestigious Musical Theatre program at the University of Michigan, then, as was expected, pursued the life of an actor here in New York.  But somewhere along the way, I made a turn and didn't quite end up where I'd planned...