Many child singers have nice, soprano voices. But as they get older, some of them, especially the boys, will see their voices deepen. We all know this is going to happen, but do you know what, exactly, is happening to their voices? Read on as we discuss this upcoming change in your child’s life.
St. Patrick’s Day is tomorrow, and many people will be celebrating with a drink or three. But while alcohol in moderation is okay, too much can cause damage to your throat.
You’ve been singing for years, and you’ve had a great career. But recently, something’s changed. You’re not hitting the high notes like you used to be able to, or maybe you can’t project your voice as far as you used to. Don’t be alarmed. Your voice may just be changing because you’re getting older.
It’s a common lament among singers: you have a number of performances coming up, but your voice is starting to get raspy. Should you sing if your voice is getting hoarse?
The holidays are right around the corner, and if you’re a singer that means you’ll not only be performing a lot, but you’ll probably be talking a lot more at parties. However, that much use could put a strain on your voice. What can you do to protect your voice and keep it healthy not just during the holidays, but into the new year, too?
Thanksgiving is the start of the holiday season, and what better way to start off a season of feasting and parties than with a holiday dedicated to eating? Since you’re going to be swallowing a lot of food over the next month and a half, now is a good time to learn about swallowing difficulties and what might cause them.