Baritone Andrew Garland didn’t really start singing until high school when fate brought him to the school choir. But his interest and love of music began much sooner in his pursuits as a self-proclaimed “instrumentalist.” And, in that sense, it was really no surprise that despite calling it “crazy,” Garland changed majors to vocal performance at the University of Massachusetts at Amherst. Now in the midst of a very busy career, this Boston native shares how he sets himself apart in the sea of baritones through his quality recitals, his spot-on coloratura, and his congenial and friendly attitude.
What is your responsibility as the patient when you see a doctor? It takes two to tango, so to speak, and how good of a patient you are can make a huge difference. Find out how you can make the most of your next doctor visit.
Four winners from last year’s Classical Singer Competition in Chicago share how they discovered a love for classical music and career pursuits.
Singer Carin Gilfry discusses her varied and busy career as an opera singer, voice-over artist, composer, writer, and producer.
General and Artistic Director Esther Nelson talks about the Boston Lyric Opera’s Opera Annex and emerging artist initiatives. Nelson and the company’s Music Director David Angus also discuss casting.
For the second year in a row Classical Singer co-hosted an international vocal competiton in Beijing, China. Read about this coming together of American universities and Chinese singers.
A Boston clinic meets the diverse and unique needs of singers through an equally unique, comprehensive, and collaborative model of care.
A new book provides readers with both inspiring stories of vocal discovery and practical examples for using the Alexander Technique to free your voice.
The thoughts you have about your own voice and singing abilities can greatly impact your ability to take direction, make changes, and have the voice you want. Learn to focus and direct your thoughts in positive ways that will lead to success.
Once your music is learned and memorized, taking it to the next level comes down to your dramatic delivery. But what do you do with your hands? Learn the dos and don’ts here.