How to Sing with Emotion (Without Losing It) – – My elite singing training program will be re-opening soon, get on the waitlist!
Today’s video tackles the “acting” side of performing a song. How do you embody real emotion while you sing — without buckling under the weight of that emotion?
In the video below, you’ll learn how to sing with emotion — and connect with your audience.
1. How meaningful memories from your life can anchor you to certain emotions and lead to more emotional singing,
2. Why it’s important onstage to have imagery that keeps you grounded & safe,
3. How emotion “lives” in the body,
4. How singing “from” that body part can make your performance truly soar!
If this sounds weird, don’t worry — I’ll walk you through each step! Learning how to perform a song imbued with emotion — but which doesn’t throw you off your singing technique — is difficult at first, but it can be done.
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