What Does It Take to Become a Singer?

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Becoming a singer requires commitment, dedication, daily practice and vocal training through a coach or an online system. Consider using the Estill Voice Training system to improve singing skills with advice from a professional musician and actress in this free video on singing.

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Hi I'm Athena Reich. I'm an actress and musician and performance coach here in New York City and we are just blocks away right now from Time Square, the home of Broadway. Do, do, do, do, do, do, do, do, do, do, do, do, do, do. In this clip I am going to talk about what does it take to become a singer? If you are aspiring to be on Broadway what does it really take? One of the things it really takes is hard work and commitment, dedication. Are you willing to put aside 20 to 40 minutes a day to really develop your craft. It is amazing how much hard work goes into becoming a professional singer somebody who is good enough to be on the Broadway stage. If you are looking for, there are a lot of different kinds of voice techniques and it is very confusing. One thing I can recommend is I am 100% behind the Estill voice training system. I actually personally went through some vocal issues where I had some damage on my chords actually from being sick and this system brought me back because it is based on science. Sometimes you go to a voice teacher and they just give you you know kind of abstract images oh you know sing through the foreheads, sing like be free, say, and it is so abstract. The Estill voice training system is scientific and it has been used for countless Broadway stars and for people who are rehabilitating their voice if they have ever been had problems or to prevent problems if you go to trainmyvoice.com it is really an incredible system. This has been Athena Reich on what does it take to become a singer?

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