CANTO: Boot Camp for Singers

CANTO: Boot Camp for Singers

By
Judith Malafronte
In March 2020, New York City vocal coaches Rachelle Jonck and Derrick Goff, suddenly out of work, created a Facebook group for singers to practice together: Bel Canto Boot Camp.
Canto: Imagine East and West in Song

Canto: Imagine East and West in Song

By
Wanda Yang Temko
We can start to envision a world where ancient music from opposite sides of the globe co-exists on a program, creating and exploring a new definition for historically informed performances. Allowing ourselves to explore different aural palettes enriches us. When we learn about and understand different cultures with open hearts and minds, we begin to appreciate one another. 
Let Voices in Early Music Be Heard

Let Voices in Early Music Be Heard

By
Judith Malafronte
Thinking about the current state of early-music singing, I polled friends, colleagues, students, and teachers, both here and abroad. Many instrumentalists find singers more confident with style than in the past, more flexible vocally, and more expressive with a variety of repertoires. Singers themselves are much less upbeat.
Canto: Music in Transition

Canto: Music in Transition

By
Kevin Leong
Ever think about everything that happens between movements of music? Assuming there are no distractions— we’ve all heard them—what occurs is a meaningful silence.
Canto: We Shall All Be Changed

Canto: We Shall All Be Changed

By
Amanda Powell
"As we have shifted into new modalities of sharing music and teaching, I’ve been longing to rediscover why exactly I have devoted my life to being an artist."
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