The world of arts and entertainment can be extremely demanding, there’s no doubt in that! To be successful, you need more than simply natural skill. It takes determination, hard effort, and, maybe most significantly, a strong support system.
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In this blog article, we will discuss why dedication and ambition are absolute requirements for success in the performing arts, as well as some suggestions for cultivating these characteristics within yourself.
It's essential to take care of your physical and mental well-being and to focus on your personal happiness and satisfaction. This can include setting realistic goals, maintaining a healthy lifestyle, surrounding yourself with supportive friends and family, and taking breaks when necessary.
Perhaps as a parent, you are trying to find out what you should or could be doing next in the quest to have your young child successfully enter into the world of professional performing arts? What choices you need to make at this present moment? Let’s discuss this some more!
Do you want to enter the Arts and Entertainment Industry? Are you inexperienced and just starting out and unsure of your next step? Our mini- workshop, hosted by Vocal Coach and Professional Performer Nico, will provide you with some insight as to what to expect and how to handle the sudden pressure of having to start the journey in an easier and more adaptable way!
Getting into the Arts & Entertainment Industry is challenging! In this new mini class, Paul shares about the SEVEN great skills every performer or model should develop and enhance in their careers, which will give anyone the upper-hand in the industry!
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Very often, singers wonder why they aren’t progressing at the pace that they’re expecting or hoping to. They find themselves treading water, so to speak, stuck with the same technical limitations and problems that they’ve been stuck with for months or maybe even years. It’s frustrating and discouraging, to say the least.
Few actors are lucky enough to support themselves solely by acting. Whether it’s a day job or a new career, your acting skills and training will help you become successful in any profession. Here are 10 job-related skills the craft can teach you.
The purposes of ‘supporting the voice’ are to exercise control over the amount of air being expelled from the lungs during singing tasks and to maintain a steady flow of air (and thus create a steady singing tone).
The singer should achieve a ‘lateral’ expansion around your epigastric region – the area between the navel and the sternum. This also includes the lower ribs at the sides and, to some extent, the back.
As actors, performers, or crew members out of work, you likely went from fairly physically-demanding work to being stuck at home. Everyone handled that differently. Some people leaned-into their pre-quarantine routine and not much changed other than perhaps the location of their activity
Most singers inhale as deeply and as fully as they possibly can as they prepare to sing each line of their songs or their vocal exercises, often in an attempt to avoid running out of air before the end of their vocal tasks.