Ep. 15 “Pop vs. Classical”- Voice Lessons To The World

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What are the differences between pop singing and classical singing? In Episode 15, Justin Stoney of New York Vocal Coaching coaching addresses the stylistic and technical differences between these styles. Enjoy Voice Lessons To The World!

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40 thoughts on “Ep. 15 “Pop vs. Classical”- Voice Lessons To The World

  1. leo chung says:

    i just don’t know should i sing pop or classical or do both

  2. Good voice you got, thx for the lesson!

  3. Gemma Doyle says:

    Thank you for such an accurate video. Please can you give tips on how to
    achieve a lower larynx position?

  4. Sebastian Tannæs says:

    is there a way too repair thin notes if the vocal chords sound like a
    falsetto cause that my problem with my notes from B4-D5?

  5. sharmi chakraborty says:

    Amazing stuff!! Thank you :)

  6. Bitz Nera says:

    This is a very nice lesson.
    I am glad that the one who asked the question is from the Philippines too..

  7. Nicholas Brajkovic says:

    These are really awesome man. Thank you

  8. nick wagner says:

    Great video, is there a significant difference in voice placement in pop
    and classical singing? My teacher always says to sing with placement in the
    mask and to feel the vibration in your mask and forehead, but she is an
    opera singer so im wondering if this placement is used by pop singers too?

  9. Jack Kolinski says:

    Another very helpful lesson (You are VERY good at this –including clear
    communication in plain language–not all that common in my experience). I
    hope you’re being suitably rewarded. By the time I watch all your lessons I
    will need to send you a check. If I ever manage to make any money singing,
    I WILL! Next time I’m in NYC to visit my brother I would love to buy you
    lunch. Happy New Year.

  10. Very helpful! My goal has always been to sing pop but I took 2 years of
    lessons with a classical teacher because that was all that was available in
    my area. I eventually got burnt out because she wouldn’t teach me what I
    wanted to learn. Now, after a long hiatus, I’m taking another stab at it
    and going the self taught route. Ur video gave me some huge eye openers as
    to why I get frustrated trying to sing pop. Thanks a ton! Do u have any
    recommendations for books or videos to help me learn more about pop style?

  11. gino morales says:

    I.want to be a good profision singer plz can yuo teach me

  12. AD Sawyer says:

    wow. his classical voice is nice!!

  13. Nova Joy M. Ora says:

    I love singing Classical songs so much especially Broadway songs but my
    only problem is that I can’t sing POP!

  14. themithdraug says:

    Thank you so much dear profesor!

  15. Robert Lunte says:

    Good presentation Justin. I think another point to make here is in regards
    to viability to make a living as well. You probably didn’t want to touch on
    that but, people that are studying ONLY classical are a hard go at it to
    make a living as a singer. Many people that are trained Classical, simply
    don’t have the muscle memory to sing pop or rock… so they can’t sing in a
    simple cover band to make a buck if they have to… not all, but this is a
    big problem as well.

  16. Jocelyn Mendoza says:

    You sound like Aladdin when your singing <3 :)

  17. Megan Navarro says:

    Thanks so much, great videos!

  18. Hans Rassmussen says:

    Is is possible to be as loud as a classical artist when you are using “pop
    techniques” ? 

  19. Cesar Andres Parreno Guerrero says:

    The thing is. There is more to classical singing than styling. It teaches
    how to sing properly. If you have classical bases, you can take the good
    voice conserving technique and apply it to pop, rock, salsa, and any other
    style. Classical singing preserves your voice and helps you sing
    masterfully. That is the thing that separates good singers from great

  20. Aldrick Su says:

    It’s Philippines not Phillippines

  21. Marla Volovna says:

    I am happy to discover your site! I am also in agreement with most of your
    ideas on vocal technique. As a classical singer and teacher of students who
    have won International prizes, I would like to add, that the reason that
    singers of pop-rock genres get vocal nodules quite easily at at a much
    greater percentage than classical singers, is that they do not use their
    muscles of support correctly and precisely because they are singing with a
    microphone.They don’t need to project, so they simply do not support the
    soft dynamic. Since one of my specials is damage repair, I have had to
    teach your genre of singer to understand those muscles by first learning
    how to project properly and then use those same muscles and breath flow
    when singing in”pp”. Thank you for your insights!

  22. Rexther Solis says:

    thanks for this Lesson 🙂 Also form the Philippines.

  23. Mikhail Amosov says:

    Cool!!! Thank you for your lessons!!!

  24. Great tips so true thanks for confirming , because I sing alot of Christina
    Aguilera & Katie Perry songs #loud Lol

  25. David Fontes says:

    I sing classical and pop classical trained pop singers singer healthier I
    learned when you apply pop with classical training your sing healthier
    singers like Celine Dione and Mariah Carey are example of singers who are
    classically trained

  26. Michael Cook (MCookies21) says:

    I was classically trained, but now as I want to do pop as I’ve grown up,
    people say my voice sounds theatrical sometimes, how can I sound more pop
    or contemporary?

  27. heyyyyy1111 says:

    As usual wonderful information. I’m a fan! I watch and take copious notes.
    Thanks for the info bud!

  28. Vanessa Babin says:

    omg youre so amazing! thank you for all these informations!! i love all
    your videos!

  29. Rebecca Moore says:

    comparison makes even the shadows clear: the pop technique is in sharp
    relief to classical when compared head to head

  30. Glenn Christian Tusalem says:

    i like the way u pronounce bulacan philippine …im proud to be filipino

  31. Glenn Christian Tusalem says:

    thank u for this informations…

  32. Glenn Christian Tusalem says:

    it realy help me for contest

  33. dag gerish says:

    my teacher told me that broadway singing is somewhere in the middle, is
    this true? i’m from the philippines too, btw! :)

  34. Andrew, I do not consider anybody can train you find out how to sing.

  35. Kira Banks says:

    During lessons with Carolin, you will develop an in-depth understanding of how your voice works in order to build your confidence and your technical skill.

  36. Don’t try to sing higher pitched until you warm up and are ready for it. It’s bad to strain your vocal cords.

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