Music

Classical Music on an Antique Piano

The Dance of the Conductor

I have been in a streak of writing about autism and product reviews, that I have neglected the ‘Soprano’ part of my blog name. It is a such very large part of who I am, that it is a shame I don’t write about it more. As I was digging through some stuff on my […] Read more…

I Have a Secret: I Write Detached

Part of the training to be an opera singer is how to approach the emotional aspect about a role and the specific arias that role sings.  This also applies to all non-operatic classical songs as well.  As a singer you need to reach inward and grasp that emotion the song is about and feel it, […] Read more…

The Day My Career Died

I am a professionally trained coloratura soprano opera singer.  I had high hopes, goals, and dreams, and I was on my way to making them happen…until one day. It was January and -5F in Bloomington, Indiana. I had made it to the final audition to get into the graduate opera program at Indiana University. The Indiana University.  […] Read more…