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Highlights of the 2015/16 UK opera season

With the new opera season upon us, UK residents have an exciting year ahead of them in opera.  Juan Diego Florez is already thrilling audiences in London in his role-debut as Orphee in Gluck's ORPHEE ET EURIDICE, conducted by John Eliot Gardiner and featuring the...

Associated Studios Christmas Concert

The annual Associated Studios Christmas Concert will be held again on Thursday 11th December 2014 at the Actors Church, Covent Garden. The concert includes selections from musicals, opera, carols, traditional Christmas hymns and readings and will include the timeless...

Tips for Singers

5 Tips for Singers 1. Research 5 open mic. venues 2. Go and watch 3. Prepare one song which works for you and you can sing a week 4. Arrange a Rep session or singing lesson to go through your new songs 5. Schedule one weekly open mic night visit for the next 5 weeks...

Tackling Stage Fright

By Leontine Hass Singers suffer from debilitating anxiety, fear, impostor syndrome and a sense of just not being good enough to stay in the profession reasonably regularly and almost always when they have not been performing for a while, and when they have hit a...

Life after Musical Theatre Courses: Marketing

Marketing: How to inspire people to want to see you perform by Leontine Hass Marketing. A dirty word in the Arts. However, the reality is that if you are to succeed in this competitive business, marketing yourself as an artist is something you need to think about. Why...

Approach

Never “pretend” or simply “go through the motions”. Do all exercises for real.

Then you will use your body, voice, feelings and expressions for real and your acting will become real and strong.

Stage presence will become powerful and your energy levels will increase.

Attitude

The way you work during training and rehearsal will come across in the performance.

So always rehearse with full focus, full commitment and full respect for the piece and your fellow actors.

Ten Things to Watch Before Starting Your Musical Theatre Course

Frequently asked questions such as “what should I watch?”, “what should I read?" and “what should I do?” from those about to embark on our own 1-Year and 4-Month Musical Theatre Courses - we thought we should all sit down, have a scratch of our heads and come up...