Lord Conrad: “Only You” – a journey through sound, emotion and introspection

Italian DJ, producer and model Lord Conrad, continues his prolific run with a series of acclaimed crossover hits like “Touch the Sky”, “Day After Day”, “1 Minute” and “Fight Till The End”. Lord Conrad has made it so far since his introduction to the music scene with his first release. With his innovative sound that only he can perfect, his reception is steadily growing, to beyond the strongest communication devices on the planet. Now with the release of his brand new track, “Only You”, the producer once again takes the music world by storm. His sound has drastically improved through the years, and it

Arush Dayal is a triple threat!

With a career spanning acting, singing, and writing, Arush Dayal is a triple threat. Originally hailing from India, Arush has seen a wide swath of the globe on his quest to hone his craft. He has studied at prestigious acting programs across the world including the Acting Program at the International Academy of Film and Television in Hong Kong and the One Year Conservatory at T Schreiber Studio in New York. Meisner Technique, Acting for the Camera and Commercial Acting are all facets of the industry Arush has studied in depth. He continues to perform both onstage and in front

The Frost: “Keep It Real” – There’s a classiness to this!

The Frost is a multi-genre group comprised of Leah Evans (Vocals) and Christian Gratz (Guitar, Piano). Located in Pennsylvania, their brand new single “Keep It Real” was released on December 7.  The duo emerge at a time when the ranks of sophisticated pop contenders seemed to have disappeared on a daily basis. Simultaneously chic and very creative, they thrive on the considerable charm of lead singer Evans, with her smooth chocolate voice, the instrumental talents of Gratz, as well as the pair’s impressive abilities as a songwriting unit. An absolute stand-out aspect of the new song is the way it’s

Forest Robots: “Timberline and Mountain Crest” – Inspired by natural landscapes

Let’s start of by saying that Fran Dominguez aka Forest Robots is a master at producing chilled out electronic music with heavy beats, and lots of orchestral instrumentation thrown in the mix. To call it electronic music almost seems unfair, as it implies this is music made by machines. Yes, I realize he is called Forest Robots, but this could not be further from the truth, as Dominguez’s music is pumping with life and human emotion. His latest album “Timberline and Mountain Crest” showcases 10 tracks of stunning depth, the kind of album you just throw the headphones on, turn

Edward St. Martin: “Lullaby” – blur the lines between savvy pop stylings and hard hitting kinetic soundscaping

Hailing from San Diego, Edward St. Martin has a background in film composition and classical music. His most recent single is “Lullaby”. Expectations met, superseded and immediately I hit replay. This track is going round again and I’m not the only one within ear shot of my stereo who is pleased about it. The easy laid back crossover Pop/EDM groove take is not unexpected, as I had already read that St. Martin was one for mellow tones combined with pop and soul vibes. But this track has another key element which makes a record of this nature standout. Intelligence. This

Katiah One: “Tail Spin” – an evolving, audacious artist

Soon releasing debut first EP “A Whole Lotta Water Works”, Katiah One is an artist raised on the Upper West Side of New York City. His mission is changing the common perception of the average rapper. Katiah draws inspiration from many genres including R&B and Rock, while his favorite artists include Freddy Mercury, Sam Cooke and Issac Brock.  On his latest single “Tail Spin”, taken off the aforementioned EP, Katiah deals with the deep issues of existentialism, or simply put, the meaning of a human being’s existence. Sure his talking ‘black’ talk, but you can’t go there without understanding the

Alisa Chirco: “Give Me More” – bench marked with confidence!

Alisa Chirco sure isn’t shy about revealing what’s on her mind, on her brand new single “Give Me More”, the follow up to her almost gothic-like pop ballad “Box”. Alisa sounds passionate, wanting and determined, in a driven rock song that is an anthem for empowered women. Her music here is very strong, has meaning, and is legit. The track shows that she is learning to emote in a more visceral and arguably more demonstrative way. Alisa has now escalated to being a rock chic with an attitude and bold open-confessional lyrics. A sensible direction for any reinvention is maturity, and

Roger Cole & Paul Barrere: “Old Folks Boogie Redeux” – true to their sound!

“Ya know that you’re over the hill, when your mind makes a promise that your body can’t fill!”, this is the line that inspired Paul Barrere to write the original version of the “Old Folks Boogie”, which would subsequently feature on the 1977 Little Feat record “Time Loves a Hero”. The citation came from a line Paul’s dad – an actor at the time – picked up at a vaudeville theater. He would often sing it around the house, so eventually Paul got hooked turned it into a song. For some time, Paul’s partner over at Better Daze Records, Roger

Glorious: “Move” – throbs with club energy

Pop singer, Livetronica drummer, producer and songwriter, Glorious, is a graduate of Berklee College of Music, who has been making music since she started playing drums at the age of three. Named after her grandmother Glorious Cooper, Glorious recently unveiled her single “Move”. In an increasingly crowded field of urban pop artists, you may be wondering what makes Glorious worth your time. To be sure, she boasts a lot of the qualities that her peers also bring to the table. Her song is outlined with an exquisite beat, her vocals are mesmerizing, and her persona appears spectacularly captivating. Without close

Ferentz and The Felons: “Hudson County” – an engaging and gripping performance

During his childhood, Zak Ferentz experienced both his parents suffering with drug addiction which eventually claimed the life of this mother. A life on the streets selling drugs and getting in trouble with the police, found Zak headed down his own dark path. However he soon discovered that creating music could help him heal. Furthermore it gave him a purpose in life and also a way to explore his creativity and bring it to tangible fruition. He subsequently teamed up with drummer Matt Waz, bass player Rob Dudziak and lead guitarist Rich Catalano to give birth to the band, Ferentz

Who Needs Professional Singing Lessons?

It is true that people have been endowed with various natural abilities. Likewise it is true that these gifts can either prosper or fade away according to how we practice them. Talent in singing, can be improved more through singing courses and specialized lessons.

More individuals today are taking up singing and vocal courses to harness the benefits these have to offer. We often hear about voice training where aspiring singers of all ages can learn and better their singing and performing techniques, but just what do these schools offer and do?

Good singing schools employ passionate and skilled artists to impart their knowledge to students who desire to develop their singing and musical capabilities. Formal singing lessons produce opportunities for students to achieve their full potentials as artists. They receive several subjects in a singing program, including proper breathing techniques, correct singing techniques, proper maintenance of the voice and even various tips on how to perform better on stage.

More significantly, singing lessons bestow confidence to students. Singing on stage is very different from singing with your friends at home. For example, when performing to larger audiences, nerves and even shyness can be a significant nuisance that keeps performers from singing at their best and hitting the right notes.

Singing lessons teach students how to overcome shyness, nervousness and conquer stage fright. Students are likewise instructed about blocking, or the proper way of moving and walking on the stage. They learn how to convey their feelings and connect well with the audience, or even how to dominate the two most common singing approaches which are called ‘singing through your chest’ or ‘singing through your head’.

Singing lessons: practice makes perfect!

Many of today’s most successful pop singing idols, like Katy Perry, Lady Gaga, Alicia Keys and even Josh Stone have had formal singing lessons or work with vocal coaches. Most recently, Adele turned to a vocal coach after loosing her voice, for an alternative singing method that enables her vocal chords to avoid damage.

Selecting a professional singing school or vocal coach will significantly affect the improvement of your singing and musical expertise. You must therefore ensure to choose a school that will set solid support for a successful singing career. Great singing schools know how to gauge the abilities of their students. They analyze the singer’s capabilities, to identify the level of the singing program most suited for them. In addition, vocal lessons at singing schools provide the 3 key factors necessary in having a better singing voice;

1. KNOW YOUR VOICE. Vocal lessons allows you to get to know your own voice. When you start knowing your own voice, it is easier to correct mistakes that you make. You start knowing where you need to correct your mistakes and where improvement needs to be made.

2. THE RIGHT JUDGEMENT. Another important factor of vocal lessons would be having the right judgement. Family and friends tend to tell you what you want to hear and although it may be nice, it is not always what you need. When it comes to a vocal coach they tell you exactly what you need to hear, although it may not be what you want to hear. By having this you are able to know where your vocal faults lie and where you need to correct these issues.

3. PRACTICE MAKES PERFECT. Practice is the key to any vocal lessons, it is not possible to have any proper practice without any vocal lessons. Practice will make you become a better singer in many ways and you will grow very quickly by a good amount of practice you put in.

Professional music schools are often also a gateway to prestigious openings, competitions and other singing opportunities.

There are a vast number of great singing schools right across the globe, that possess all of the magnificent qualities mentioned above, and if by chance you’re based in the UK, you should try the NORWICH SINGING SCHOOL. They have a proven track record and offer a FREE 30-min introductory singing lesson, which is the perfect opportunity to find out everything you need to know about professional singing schools, absolutely free-of-charge! The school is open 7-days-a-week and even have recording facilities. So whether you need to take your voice to the next level, rehearse for an audition, practice for an upcoming performance or record a demo CD, the NORWICH SINGING SCHOOL is the place.

Norwich Singing School

You may contact them here:

Norwich Singing School
115 City Road
Norwich
Norfolk
NR1 2HL

01603 554115

 

EMAIL: norwichsingingschool@gmail.com

WEBSITE: norwichsingingschool.co.uk

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