Soprano Anne-Carolyn Bird and bass-baritone Matthew Burns are currently having the adventure of a lifetime. In the midst of two full-time singing careers and as parents of two small children, the couple made an unusual and “crazy” decision. While they knew it was unconventional and not for forever, they also knew it was the best and right decision right now for their family of four.
Is bad breath getting you or someone you know or love down? Learn about the possible causes and how to keep yourself smelling minty fresh onstage and off.
Singer, teacher, and summer program director Daniel Ferro passed away November 18, 2015. Read about his life and the optimistic future of the summer program he started 20 years ago.
February marks Black History Month. Read about four singers who changed history—and the forward-thinking administrators who helped them.
Opera is a family affair for up-and-coming baritone Corey Crider, who balances being both full-time singer and full-time husband and father to his wife and their four children.
For singer parents, improvisational singing with their children at home probably seems like the most mundane and natural of things. But a new study suggests such activities may have long-term and lasting impacts on children’s development. Read about the study here and see what musical parents have to say about such music making.
Singers look back on their college years and share what they wish they would have known before they began their music major.