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I Have Vocal Nodules! Will I Lose My Singing Voice?

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SLP and Senior Voice Therapist Barbara F. Worth has some singer specific information on vocal nodules

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What should I do when a singer comes into a lesson hoar…

https://www.vocaladvancement.com/en-us/blog/article/singer-comes-lesson-hoarse

Do you understand why singers might be hoarse? Generally a gentle warm up with help to eliminate the hoarseness, unless there’s something else going on.

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How much should I charge for voice lessons?

https://www.vocaladvancement.com/en-us/blog/article/how-much-should-i-charge-for-voice-lessons

IVA Master Teacher Stephanie Borm-Krüger helps you to understand how to build a pricing structure that works for you financially and represents your expertise.

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How much vocal science do I need to know as a voice tea…

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Is vocal science the key to being a great voice teacher? It can help, but do you need to know your cricothyroid from your hyoid, or is cause-and-effect demonstr…

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Voice Teachers are not doctors

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Remember, whilst voice teachers may know more about the voice than their student, it doesn’t mean that they can diagnose the presence or absence of vocal prob…

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Help for a raspy voice

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Andreas Grussl answers a tweet on the topic of raspy voices, something that voice teachers can often encounter in their studios.

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Teaching from the Perspective of the Singer

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Most students of singing want to learn how to sing. Teaching from the singers perspective can greatly increase the success of a teacher and enable their student…

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Interview with Professor Graham Welch

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Music education expert Professor Graham Welch of UCL and IVA’s Spencer Welch have a fascinating discussion on the topic of vocal education as a teacher

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How to have a career as a full-time voice teacher

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Four IVA Teachers pool their knowledge to help you out with becoming a voice teacher full time. Check out their hot tips!

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How can I help a singer eliminate their breaks?

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Do you know what your students are doing when their voice breaks mid-scale? Chances are you can hear it, but do you know how to effectively address it?

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