February 20, 2018


The above group is a one of the most amazing local singing choruses people will ever be thrilled to hear. The director, Nancy Menk, auditions them every year and chooses singers who are of the highest musical levels in the are...

I gigged at the St. Regis in Park City, Utah last night with my NORD C2D organ, set to piano through my Apogee Duet, Sennheiser mic, Apple computer and Roland amp. It was thrilling to perform because it added a needed vibe for the milling patrons who paid a lot of mone...

November 3, 2017

I have posted some of my music research in the form of abstracts, papers and generally more academically oriented work on the website Academia.edu. What I have presented conferences or written for classes can be found there.

Here is the link:


Isn't  it wonderful when we have good voice lessons? What makes for a good lesson? For me, enough rest, water, and practice the correct way. If we don’t hydrate, our vocal folds cannot adduct (come fully together) properly, leading to misuse of the voice. If we don’t r...

Is there a science to singing?

Yes. There is vocal pedagogy which includes the study of vocal anatomy, voice science and repertoire. There is also Vocology 

Never heard of (Vocology)? 

Vocology, a term coined by Dr. Ingo Titze, is defined as "the science and practice of...

Vocology 101 - For those who have experienced this course, bravissimma!! For those who have not, please don't hesitate. Even though Ingo Titze is the man (da man) of Vocology, and even though you have heard that this course may want to make you jump off the highest ski...

Balancing motherhood and a singing career, plus vocal trauma.

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