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Become the very best singer you can be! Share your performances, experiences, and ideas in the Voice Studio and connect with some of the singers who are performing in recitals at Carnegie Hall this season. Claudia Friedlander, a voice teacher based in New York City, is your guide on this exploration of vocal technique, repertoire, and interpretation. 

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The Singer's Audition Handbook

Throughout the summer and early fall, The Singer’s Audition Handbook will help you identify, prepare, and successfully audition for the educational and performance opportunities that are right for you. 


Joyce DiDonato Master Classes

Renowned mezzo-soprano Joyce DiDonato presents a series of three master classes focusing on opera arias this season at Carnegie Hall. Four singers will be selected to participate in this set of public events, which will be streamed live online. 

Check out the webcasts from last year's master classes for free at Medici.tv, and join us for this seasons's webcasts on January 8-10, 2016!

Discussion Forum

Wrap Up: Singing for Life

Started by Claudia Friedlander Nov 16, 2016.

How to Request Opera Auditions

Started by Claudia Friedlander Oct 25, 2016.

Making a Video Audition Demo: A Visit to the Recording Studio

Started by Claudia Friedlander Oct 11, 2016.

Social Media: Creating Community & Keeping in Touch

Started by Claudia Friedlander Sep 27, 2016.

The Big Picture: Collecting & Presenting Production Photos

Started by Claudia Friedlander Sep 14, 2016.

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Comment by thierry kauffmann on February 28, 2017 at 2:13pm

It's OK Mariana. Nobody has been here for a while. The latest post  before today was in November 2016.

Comment by Mariana Redd on February 28, 2017 at 1:28pm

Hi everybody! I haven't been here for a while, but took the day to read discussions, get tips and see amazing videos some people have posted. I would also like to have opinions on a video, if you could give some :) I'm from Brazil, and most times we feel we have few information here and it's hard to find the proper tools to improve our technique, and right now I'm finishing undergraduate studies and thinking about a masters. I would really like to hear (read :P ) opinions from you guys, who are fantastic, and are also from different parts of the world, which can maybe add me something I would not find around here. Here's the link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=okpz2CkaGSo (it's from a recital I did to conclude my Bacherlor's degree)
Thank you all! :)

Comment by Caterina on February 28, 2017 at 10:10am

Grazie mille davvero!

Comment by Megan Ogden on February 28, 2017 at 9:58am
Hi! It isn't just the notes that can be a little challenging, it's also the fact that Non piu di fiori is 7 1/2 minutes long. To get through that at 18 would be difficult because you may not have sung something that requires that much stamina. I would look at Kind Sir from Gilbert and Sullivan's The Gondoliers, Batti Batti from Don Giovanni and Saper Vorreste from Un Ballo in Maschera. Those are light pieces that will help to build your soprano range. I started singing those around the same time as you are starting them, so I hope they help. Again, if you want to sing Non piu di fiori, you should find some art songs that have a little girth, so you can build support/stamina and hopefully get you to that goal aria!! Hope that helped!!
Comment by Caterina on February 28, 2017 at 9:18am

i thought i sent a comment, but i can't find it anywhere, so if this is a double, i'm sorry!

thank you Megan for your answer! i noticed that the last bars are much more difficult than the rest of the piece!

i wanted to ask also, do you know pieces which require similar vocal ranges? i'm trying to explore my voice's possibilities to understand where i am more comortable, but it isn't an easy task at all!

Comment by Megan Ogden on February 28, 2017 at 8:58am
Hi Caterina. Non piu di fiori is a dramatic piece. It may start out easy, but ends with a lot of power. I am 25 and just started singing it. I would stay away from it for a while... just until you have other repertoire under your belt.
Comment by Caterina on February 28, 2017 at 5:06am
Hi everyone!
I have a question about an aria I'd love to study. Do you think that "non più di fiori" (la clemenza di Tito) could be suitable to an 18 years old sopranoish girl with an easy middle lower range? Or is it to heavy / unhealthy (chest voice required)?
Comment by Alisa Kalina on November 27, 2016 at 8:06am

hi Claudia!
thank you for your response to my Video. few days ago i've recorded two french songs by the record studio. here are the links on soundcloud. i hope, you can understand the french text better.

https://soundcloud.com/user-58146171/f-poulenc-les-chemins-de-lamour

https://soundcloud.com/user-58146171/g-faure-apres-un-reve

Comment by Claudia Friedlander on November 18, 2016 at 12:38pm

Hi Alisa! Thanks for sharing this recording! I posted a response to the video on your home page. 

Comment by Alisa Kalina on November 3, 2016 at 4:17pm

hi Claudia!
i'd like to get your feedback on this performence. I want to know your opinion about singing and especially about my french, because it's my first french song, and it's importante for me to know my mistakes.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cziUlOk939I

 

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