Preparing to sing: Balance of mind, body, and breath

Mindful preparation and practice is the key to your singing and performance


Preparing to sing is alerting the mind, body and spirit to focus on the act at hand.  Wholistic preparation is the key to efficiency and shortened learning time, focus, balance, centering and mental acuity. Athletes learn to do this early on in their training.  Singers benefit from this approach by learning music faster, being better able to retain text and music, and greatly diminished performance anxiety.

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Dr. Meribeth Dayme
Dr. Meribeth Dayme
Director

About the instructor

Meribeth Dayme, Ph.D.,  a pioneer in the field of the voice and singing,  founded CoreSinging® in 2010. Her dream is that singers become channels for healing themselves and the audiences they reach. After years of research, writing and teaching singing she has found a way to honour that dream through CoreSinging®. She has taught singing and vocal pedagogy in university and privately for over 35 years and is recognised internationally for her textbooks on singing and teaching singing, master classes and courses. She now teaches the CoreSinging® approach via Master Classes, Webinars and Teacher Certification Courses. She also lectures around the world.
Her books include:  Dynamics of the Singing Voice, The Performer’s Voice, The Singing Book (with C Vaughn), and Presence, Confidence and Personal Power, ebook found on most online booksellers.

What's included?

3 Videos
8 Texts
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