Warming Up

I always make my students warm-up before they start singing from their repertoire. If you’re singing something difficult it could harm your voice to start belting something out without warming up to that. Sure, warm-ups take a little time. However, they also serve several purposes. For example, we practice how to sing staccato and legato, both of which you will need to learn how to do for your songs. Warming up with the piano helps associate a strong sense of proper pitch… You may not currently be working on a song that requires all of the techniques that we utilize in our warm-ups, so doing the warm-ups keeps these tools sharp and ready to use.

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