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The Vocalist Podcast is your ultimate guide to all things vocal technique, college musical theatre auditions, audition tips, and so much more! Here we will interview top musical theatre professors on the audition process, and industry pros, as well as talk about evidence based vocal tips to take your singing to the next level.
 
Hosted by world renowned vocal coach John Henny, The Intelligent Vocalist delves into all things singing - from anatomy and vocal science, to performance, lessons, health, artist development and inside industry practices, Join John as he opens the door to the world of singing and gives insights gleaned from his many decades of teaching everyone from beginners to superstars, as well as training other leading voice teachers.
 
Podcast con entrevistas súper interesantes a los cantantes más conocidos de la escena Pop y Rock en España. También a técnicos de sonido en estudio y directo, y productores. Hablamos de la carrera de los músicos CANTANTES desde el punto de vista vocal, de su técnica, trucos, ejercicios de calentamiento, experiencias, consejos para los demás cantantes... Todo ello tratado siempre en un ambiente profesional, serio, pero muy entrañable debido al trato serio y cordial de cada una de las entrevistas.
 
"The Holistic Voice" is a podcast made by vocalists, for vocalists. Each episode features an interview with an industry professional that is designed to help you navigate your life as a vocalist. On our show, we discuss vocal health and technique applicable to every genre of music, managing yourself as a business, career opportunities for vocalists, artistic development, and more!
 
The Naked Vocalist is a podcast for singers and singing teachers which shares practical information on of singing, including technique, style, health and business
 
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In this episode, John talks about how making "mistakes" can be an opportunity to grow. If you can look at mistakes as signals to adjust, you can positively use these moments to reach your true potential. Mistakes happen, and they happen to me! If mistakes happen, it may be telling you something in your process that needs attention or adjusting How …
 
Victoria Bussert is the Director, Music Theatre at Baldwin Wallace University. I felt so motivated coming out of this chat, and I am very excited for you to listen in. We discuss the importance of knowing what an equity rehearsal process is like before entering into the professional world. Victoria expands on what it means to do the work, and how t…
 
In this episode, John talks with Jeff Alani Stanfill about his vocal journey and how to let your own voice soar. Episode Highlights: The inspiration behind Jeff's Let Your Voice Soar audio course and his journey to find the right vocal coach How adjusting vowels and "space" can help a singer to reach higher notes and smooth transitions through brid…
 
In this episode, John talks with Chris Liepe about exploring your voice, the importance of expression and experiencing your voice freely. 2:40 - Chris talks about what inspired his musical path and teaching style 8:24 - The importance of expression 16:12 - Be willing to fail - it will lead to success 23:06 - Learning vs experiencing To learn more a…
 
In this episode, John talks with Tracee Theisen-Henny about setting goals, accountability, and how to break through overwhelm to be a "productive creative." Episode Highlights: The new year can be stressful with setting goals and resolutions for the creative mind Making accountability positive The “now,” “next,” and “necessary” list Celebrating the…
 
Why is it easier for some of us to sing while others struggle? Genetics may be part of the answer. In this episode, John talks with voice teacher Julie Miles about her work with the genetics company, 23 and Me. Among the topics covered are: Is there a pitch matching gene? Why do some of us hesitate to sing for others? Nature vs nurture in singing T…
 
A focused, detailed analysis of our voice is a great way to find areas of weakness. This can help us know what to work on in practice sessions. In this episode, John discusses how recording and analyzing small parts of music over and over can help us refine our singing to higher levels.Av John Henny
 
In this episode, John talks about the biggest misconceptions about vocal technique. Show Highlights: 2:06 - The first myth; technique is the highest level of singing 4:38 - Does technique inhibit artistry? 6:51 - Vocal lessons to study technique can be a shortcut to getting to a higher level of singing 16:35 - Keep the joy of singing and let techni…
 
Ryan Scott Oliver is an award-winning New York City composer-lyricist, and co-founder of Actor Therapy. We are so lucky to have him on The Vocalist Podcast. Actors, you are going to want to tune into this one. Ryan and I touch on; the biggest hurdles as young actors and how to work through them, how to approach character work and real application o…
 
In this episode, John talks with internationally recognized voice teacher and mentor Chris Johnson about the importance of articulation in singing. Episode Highlights: 3:20 - How different sounds can become troublesome for a singer 7:50 - What is co-articulation? 16:10 - Consonants can be our rhythm makers in singing 24:30 - Tongue placement and ho…
 
Jermaine Hill is the Assistant Chair of the Theater Division at Boston Conservatory at Berklee. You will not want to skip this one, we dive in deep with this conversation. In this episode we chat about how at Boston Conservatory at Berklee, they are working on dismantling the antiquated ideas of "type" and "the triple threat". Jermaine gives his in…
 
In this episode, John talks about exploring your musical mind and how expanding your imagination can support your creativity and help you be a better singer. 3:08 - Get curious about the music you listen to 4:25 - Texture in sound 12:38 - Listening to the colours of the voice 15:38 - Let your mind "play" and spend time in your imagination and your …
 
Erik Cruz, cantante profesional dedicado a la enseñanza, musicales, trabajos para productoras como Netflix y muchas otras, la voz de uno de los personajes de Frozen en la banda sonora y muchas más intervenciones musicales... Persona culta y muy inmersa en el mundo de la música, sobretodo Rock y abierto de mente, además de buen conocedor de las raíc…
 
In this episode, John talks with renowned singing teacher, Karyn O'Connor, about the most effective techniques for breathing. For more information about Karyn O'Connor visit https://www.singwise.com Episode highlights: 2:38 - How is breathing for singing different? 10:25 -Getting back to intuitive breathing and what it is. 15:07 - "Support" explain…
 
In this episode, John talks about what to consider when looking for a vocal coach or singing teacher. It is important to research and ask questions to help you find a teacher that is the right fit for you. Episode Highlights: 2:36 - What is a teaching sweet spot? 6:59 - Why singing is different from teaching other instruments. 10:06 - Key skills a …
 
In this episode, John discusses confident swagger and how it can help to improve your singing performance. EPISODE HIGHLIGHTS: 1:32 - Singers are front and center, and the challenges involved 5:05 - Where to get your swagger (this may surprise you!) 8:32 - Mastering your vocal instrument 13:14 - Letting go of perfectionism…
 
Nancy Allen is the Coordinator of the Musical Theatre Program at Belmont University. In this episode we have a great conversation about how to bring yourself and your joy into the audition room, instead of your biggest notes and desire for perfection. We also chat about the incredible performance opportunities at Belmont and within Nashville, and a…
 
John talks with "Singing for the Self-Conscious" author, Becky Gilhespie about overcoming fear and discovering the joy of singing. 4:45 - What is Fearless Singing? 10:45 - The number one way to become fearless 13:32 - Recognizing self-sabotage 20:00 - Practice being uncomfortable EPISODE LINKS Becky's Website How to Get Over Performance Nerves…
 
Today we are going solo with yours truly! Have you felt like you're in an artistic rut? Have you felt like auditions, classes, etc. aren't going the way you had hoped? Have you started to have negative self talk around your art? I am here for YOU. Together we are going to turn that negative cycle into a Success Loop with actionable steps. On this e…
 
In this episode, John talks with the incredibly talented songwriter and educator Shane Adams. Shane is on the faculty of Berklee College Of Music, is a Grammy-nominated music educator, an award-winning songwriter, and lectures worldwide. Here he breaks songwriting down to make it simple and understandable, and he encourages everyone of all ages to …
 
Shanga Parker is the Arts Professor at NYU Tisch. In this episode we talk about how professors in the audition process are not looking for a perfect audition, they are looking at the future student holistically. We find out what the professors want to hear from you in the interview portion of the artistic review process. Come join in the conversati…
 
The creative mind is often a double-edged sword: The ability to dream and create can also lead to indecision and unfulfilled goals. Tracee Theisen-Henny helps creatives, singers, and voice teachers (including her husband, John) eliminate roadblocks and accomplish realistic goals. In this episode, John and Tracee discuss typical challenges creatives…
 
In this episode, John discusses what vocal strain is and the difference between vocal intensity and strain. As singers develop and work towards auditions and performance they have to ask for more power from their voices. It is a fine balance of "pressing in" and engagement of the vocal folds. John explains what happens in the voice as singers creat…
 
Today is a solo episode with actor and founder, Christine Toole. In this episode I am talking about the three keys to consistently successful musical theatre auditions. If you have found yourself in an audition rut, where you are consistently not getting callbacks, this is the episode for you! I am breaking down these three steps into very actionab…
 
Straw phonation can be an excellent warm-up and can help a singer find vocal balance, but at the same time, it should be used within reason as a tool but not relied on as a crutch. In this episode, John discusses arguments for and against using the straw and its role in a singer's vocal development. John also explains some of the vocal science behi…
 
This week we met with Jacob Khalil, a gigging musician based in New York City. Jacob has performed all over the US, starting with a regular gig at the Salt Lake City Airport, and now flies all over to perform wedding gigs and regular restaurant gigs in New York City. Jacob has some great advice about hustling while avoiding burnout. Check out his m…
 
In this episode, John speaks with Dr. Reena Gupta on the challenges of singing and performing in this continued pandemic. Dr. Reena Gupta, a specialist in Otolaryngology and the founder of the Center For Vocal Health covers topics such as navigating breakthrough Covid infections as well as Long Covid and the lingering symptoms that some singers exp…
 
Eric Weiss is the Director of Programming in the Department of Performing Arts at Emerson College. In this episode we talk about how to follow your intuition in college auditions, the importance of making your own artistic work, the key to a successful college audition, and so much more! Share the love and don't forget to rate, review, and subscrib…
 
"On Having No Head" by Douglas Harding is a short, concise book that shows a simple method to finding states of open awareness and flow. This state of lowered self-awareness is perfect for creativity and musical performance. In this episode, John discusses singing with "no head" and how to glimpse this place of openness and flow.…
 
Long COVID is defined as symptoms lasting over 12 weeks. The lingering fatigue and respiratory issues can be devastating for the singer. Dr. Rachel Goldenberg has extensive experience working with long COVID sufferers. In this episode, Rachel and John discuss the impact of ongoing symptoms and how to approach and manage long COVID as a singer. EPIS…
 
Voice teacher Philippe Hall calls emotion "the most neglected skill in singing." Not only does emotion connect you with the listener, but it also helps support and refine your technique. In this episode, John and Philippe discuss his performing career, the importance emotion has played in his success, as well as Philippe's new singing course. Episo…
 
The world of the working musician is competitive, and the best singer does not always get the job. You need to be a top-level professional in both skills and attitude. James Eager is a veteran bass player in the UK music scene and the creator of ebassguitar.com, a leading music education site. In this episode, John and James discuss working with ot…
 
Today our guest on the show is Cindy O'Connor, a film and musical theater composer, performer, and songwriter! She's a 2018 Emmy nominee for Outstanding Composition for the show "Once Upon a Time." She's composed multiple musical theater scores, receiving the Musical Theater Award in the Kennedy Center Festival for her musical "All That She Has." S…
 
There comes a period in a singer's development where the mind becomes the challenge rather than the voice. Reaching the highest levels requires a mindset that is quite different from the beginning or intermediate singer. In the episode, John discusses what to work and focus on as you transition to advanced levels.…
 
Range is often the yardstick singers use to measure themselves and others. But range alone does not a singer make. In this episode, John is joined by voice Teacher Matt Ramsey to discuss developing vocal range, its place in the singer's skill set, and why it may not be as important as you think. EPISODE LINKS: Matt Ramsey Website…
 
Singing higher is usually at the top of the goal list for singers but they are often unsure how to extend their range. Range has two primary elements, the physical and the acoustic, and both need to be balanced to create vocal freedom. In this episode, John gives his best tips and exercises to safely and consistently reach your upper register.…
 
Today our guest on the show is Nic Redman, voice actor and voice/accent coach hailing from Northern Ireland and based in Manchester, United Kingdom. We dig deeper into the voice over world by exploring how to get started in the industry, what "networking" really means, how to market yourself, and valuable advice for those who are looking for a corr…
 
As the joke goes, getting older is better than the alternative. But aging brings new challenges to the singing voice. Nancy Bos has co-authored a new book Singing Through Change (with Joanne Bozeman and Cate Frazier-Neely) that tackles this subject with a focus on the female voice. Nancy and John discuss the aging voice and issues such as range, fl…
 
Positive, focused energy is vital for good singing, but there is so much in our lives that saps this precious resource. Social media, stress, and negative thinking are just some of the ways we sabotage our energy resources. In this episode, John discusses how to revitalize and protect your focused energy so you can have positive practice sessions a…
 
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