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Can anyone be taught how to sing?
IVA Master Teacher Spencer Welch reminds us that everyone can sing and that they just need a little encouragement and support to get going!
Equipment for Singing Teachers - Part 2
Every profession has its tools of the trade, and teaching singing is no different. Whether you are just starting out or already have a thriving studio. This is…
Am I too old to start a career as a voice teacher?
The voice teaching industry is one that does not value youth over expertise. Do you have the knowledge and want to be a voice teacher? If the answer is yes, wha…
Working with Beginning versus Professional Singers
Do beginners need different lessons to professional singers? The answer is both yes and no! What they really need is an individualized approach
How Should I Handle Cancellations?
IVA Master Teacher Stephanie Borm-Krüger gives her tips on handling cancellations and no-shows whilst being fair and firm to keep your business successful.
The Value of Continuing Education as a Voice Teacher
Just the art of singing well is a lifetime study; but being a good teacher of singing requires a much greater commitment to that of becoming a fine singer.
Vocal fry as a tool for teaching voice
Can you use vocal fry to teach someone how to sing? Andreas Grussl has the answer to this question
The Three Key Aspects of Education
IVA has three key aspects of education, Vocal Pedagogy, Elective and Personal Development
What Exercises are Best For Warming Up My Student’s V…
IVA Master Teacher Kathy Kennedy addresses one of the most common questions that we get asked as singing teachers – “How should I warm up my voice before a…
I Have Vocal Nodules! Will I Lose My Singing Voice?
SLP and Senior Voice Therapist Barbara F. Worth has some singer specific information on vocal nodules