How to sing a song so it CONNECTS with the audience – Felicia Ricci

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Song Performance – How to Perform a Song (Musical Theater) / / This video gives some quick tips for performing a solo song from a musical theater show in the context of a concert, recital, or talent show. Learn preparation techniques and some tricks of the trade for how to deliver your best performance. If you liked this video, please take a look at my FREE belt singing crash course. Videos, audio, tons of fun. And totally free: As a professional voice finder, it’s my sworn duty to teach you how to find your singing voice! Learning how to improve your singing voice is all about simple, achievable steps that make SENSE to you. All of us learn how to sing on our own timeline, and certain things will click more than others. But it’s important that YOU understand your voice more than anyone else — learning how to be a good singer is, in many ways, getting to know yourself 🙂 If you feel you don’t yet know how to sing like a pro, be patient — every baby step and daily practice session helps. (And I’ll keep posting new vids to help you!)
xo Fel

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39 thoughts on “How to sing a song so it CONNECTS with the audience – Felicia Ricci

  1. Thank you so much for the tips, Felicia.
    I have a call back coming up soon and there’s the material I needed, thank
    you for sharing and for your generosity. It is priceless :-)

  2. OMG ive missed you your amazing!!! Wish you were my vocal coach. Although i
    do love the one i have now, you would be amazing also! I have a recital
    December 12th and we have to sing two songs. A Christmas song and a song
    from a show. She gave me O holy night and I chose for my second Song
    Defying gravity because I’ve always wanted to perform that song somewhere,
    since i’ll never sing it for an audition since its a no no. But Anyways,
    any tips or advice on performing defying gravity?

  3. OMGOSH! Thank you for this! The eye-focus tip is SOOO helpful! I performed
    A Lovely Night earlier this year and my brother said my eyes were SOOOO
    shifty throughout the song!

  4. i really enjoy your videos Felicia and i was wondering what tips you have
    for a male who wants to strengthen their singing voice and perform a song
    that is not specifically for men?

  5. Very helpful and good advice! Taking time is something I try to work on..
    also when I’ve filmed myself performing a song, I noticed that I lose focus
    and dart around the room a fair bit. Something to keep in mind! :)

  6. Haha darn! If only I had seen this before my AMDA audition! Hehe thank you
    for the wonderful videos. Now I can definitely be more prepared for
    upcoming performances!

  7. This answered all the questions I’ve been wondering myself. Thank you so
    much for this extremely helpful video! I wish I’d had this video series a
    long time ago! :)

  8. These tips are so helpful. I’ve been having trouble connecting to my
    audience lately and thanks for clearing up some things that I should try
    and do. :D

  9. That ending was so abrupt and not gonna lie when she kept getting closer to
    the camera I got scared 😂 And her face at the end is terrifying. Anyways,
    great video as always.

  10. I actually got a solo for a concert that I’m having next Tuesday for my
    school …and I often tend to get nervous and my voice starts to shake…do
    u have any tips for when u get nervous??? And how to avoid getting
    nervous?? Btw the video was very helpful😄

  11. Listen to some good rap songs by effectively-known musicians and artists; and perceive how the songs are being delivered flawlessly.

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