You are NEVER too old to Sing | #DrDan ⏱



The older voice has so much to offer! Don’t let age stop you from singing. Today’s vocal pitstop is dedicated to those subscribers who have life experience. We are often bombarded with the ‘cult of youth’ the idea that younger is better. Don’t fall for this social lie! The older voice has so much to offer.

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How to Sing with the Right Musical Style



In this video tutorial for Carnegie Hall’s interactive educational site Musical Exchange, voice teacher Claudia Friedlander discusses vocal performance practice styles for Classical and Romantic era songs. Soprano Samantha Kronenfeld demonstrates appropriate styles in performances of songs by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart and Stefan Donaudy. Please join the discussion on Carnegie Hall Musical Exchange at