Auditions for Regionals are right around the corner! Below is audition information. You can find the complete PDF on on the Connecticut Music Educators Association (CMEA) website by clicking here. Please make sure to sign up with your music teachers at school as soon as possible. AUDITION ... Read More about Regionals: Are you Ready?
Since my last post was geared towards my vocal students, I wanted to take some time to write one specifically for my pianists. In your lesson, we focus on three main areas: technique/artistry, music theory, and repertoire study. The material and level of challenge match the students' level of ... Read More about Practicing for Your Piano Lesson
Your warm-up routine is the most essential element of your practice time. With focused attention to your warm-ups, your growth in breath control, tone, range, and technique will likely progress at a much faster rate than just skipping right to your repertoire. Because of this fact, many vocal ... Read More about Vocal Warm-Ups: Why and How?
I am learning that, in life, seasons certainly come and go. Fresh out of college, I didn't realize the blessing it was to have the time and array of opportunities I had to sing in various choirs. Fast forward almost a decade (a full-time career, husband, house, and two babies later), I wouldn't ... Read More about A Choral Tapestry
It has been an exciting few months preparing for the expansion of Christen Scott Studio. When my husband and I bought our house in 2014, the basement space was deemed the “man cave.” To be honest, I barely entered this “sacred” space (late night action movies on the big screen with surround sound ... Read More about Man Cave to Music Studio