Saoirse Prince

November 28, 2022

Embrace digital technology and enhance your singing training

Learning to sing, as with most other types of learning, has been greatly enhanced by digital technology. Online singing training, in particular, gained in popularity during the pandemic’s lockdowns, with singing teachers delivering lessons via video platforms such as Zoom. While video singing training doesn’t allow in-depth tuition, it fulfilled […]
October 27, 2022

Freeing jaw tension is essential for resonant singing – how to relax yours

Your jaw plays an important role when you sing. A tense or overactive jaw can limit your articulation and vocal resonance, which detracts from your sound. Jaw issues need patience and persistence to rectify. Let’s look at how your jaw works in singing and ways to free up tension there. […]
September 20, 2022

Breathe deep: learn how to use your pelvic floor to sing with ease

Whether you’re a beginner singer or you have more singing experience, you’d know that healthy, sustainable vocal production requires head to toe engagement and supportive posture. Your body’s pelvic area plays an important role here, but it’s not often given attention in singing training. In our series of articles on […]
August 23, 2022

Move to the Groove: the Importance of Gestures and Movement When Singing

In last month’s blog, we looked at how to improve your vocal expression when singing in performance. We briefly touched on some forms of physical expression, too, and in this article, we’ll look more closely at using gesture and movement in singing. Our bodies not only house our vocal instrument, […]
August 9, 2022

The Sweetest Sounds (Winter Concert ’22)

Our first concert since 2019, held at The Flute Tree and Woodwind Group Studio Rooms in Leichhardt. Alison accompanied superbly and the singers sang songs ranging from pop to baroque. A special note: Nick sang “The Villain I Appear to Be”, which we believe is a debut performance of this […]