Music Conservatories and Careers for 21st Century Musicians

January 26, 2021

Music Conservatories and Careers for 21st Century Musicians Recently, music Conservatory graduates in their number have discovered that having a good voice and playing instruments alone is never enough to prepare them to face the 21st century world. This is because having jobs in the orchestra is getting difficult considering the number of trained performers […]

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Musical Notation: A guide to sight reading

January 5, 2021

Musical Notation We write down words to pour out our thoughts and communicate and express our emotions and feelings with others even when we are not in proximity with the people we’re writing to. Musically, the same scenario also takes place. Ideas, feelings and emotional expressions are documented (notated) by a composer or arranger and […]

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Rhythm Simplified (Home Music Classes)

January 4, 2021

Rhythm Rhythm is peculiar to our everyday life. It is involved majorly in our daily activities starting from weather down to the seasons. Even our heartbeats speak of this same element. We also witness rhythm from our very breathing and even the sound of our walking. In this article, we’ll expound and explain the concept […]

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How to achieve Vibrato in minutes

December 8, 2020

Vibrato is a very important topic as far as music is concerned and it’s usefulness cannot be overemphasized. In this article, I’m going to tour you around the meaning, usefulness and how VIBRATO can be achieved. Let’s get started! Vibrato is the very act of taking a spin of breath upon the voice (vocal cord) […]

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Tips and Tricks on How to Sing With Falsetto Voice

May 23, 2020

Falsetto has  been defined as the upper register of the voice by many scholars. It is often attributed to the male singers and no attention has been paid to the female folk as it is believed that ladies don’t have the falsetto voice. The above assertion is false because studies have proven that women also […]

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Five Ways to Maintain the Health of Your Voice

May 21, 2020

Just like an athlete, there are some things you must and mustn’t do. Things like overusing the voice, singing when you have a cold etc. must be avoided while making sure you have enough rest…

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Biography and What You Need to Know About Ruth B. (Ruth Berhe)

May 20, 2020

Ruth Berhe who is popularly called Ruth B is a Canadian songwriter and singer born on the 2nd day of July 1995 in Edmonton, Alberta Canada.

As early as 2003, Ruth Berhe started her music career by singing songs on…

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Covid-19: Musicians and Songwriters income Threatened in 2020 Compared to 2021

May 15, 2020

Covid-19: Musicians and Songwriters income Threatened in 2020 Compared to 2021 PRS for music is a major body that pays over 145,000 composers and Songwriters when their songs are staged or played anywhere issued this notice which is supposed to act as a warning. The firm had an increase of 8.7% due to collecting £810 […]

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Virtuoso Jazz Drummer Sherrie Maricle gives the story of her Life in a live interview

May 12, 2020

The Diva Jazz Orchestra leader, Sherrie Maricle who is a virtuoso drummer in a 15 women versatile band which has also been said that if in any way there are sessions for the big bands, that the DIVA JAZZ ORCHESTRA would shift those big bands from their places. The Diva Jazz Orchestra was formed by Stanley […]

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5 Vocal Warm-up Exercises to do before Singing

May 8, 2020

5 Vocal Warm-up Exercises to do before Singing Warm-up is one of the most important part of singing. This is so crucial and you can not do without it if you must sing successfully. If you do play football or any other sport, you would agree with me that you have to do some warm-up […]

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