Any technique you want to improve on, be it belting, range or head voice - there are vocal exercises for that. Here I have made a video tutorial for each vocal purpose.
My rule: the tutorials in the posts below come into play in the third part of a practice session, after starting with doing bodywork and a warm-up (which is a set of vocal exercises in its own right).
How to warm up your voice before singing. When you start singing, don’t just start singing! …continue reading
The number one controversy in singing advice must be breath support. So before I’ll come …continue reading
How to expand your vocal range. So you want a wider range when singing? Welcome …continue reading
Know your vocal resonances and have a richer, fuller soundFor some reason, we all want …continue reading
The Tarzan, the Taylor Swift and more… If you’re into pop and rock style singing, you …continue reading
Don’t let the terminology make your head explode. Head voice is a sneaky term. It used …continue reading
Don’t get mixed up. When you start looking into vocal technique you discover terms such as …continue reading
Get real control over your voiceI remember teachers telling me to close my vocal cords, …continue reading
Don't pick the exercises at random
Do you know exactly what you need to work on and have you found your tutorial on this page? Do it and enjoy. Keep me posted on how it goes, too, I'm curious.
But you might not know what your current issue or challenge is. In that case, don't just do tons of exercises without knowing why. Proceed to the button below to take a quiz, and I'll guide you through the next steps.
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I'm an opera singer and (online) voice teacher, based in Amsterdam. It took me more than a decade to overcome my share of mental and physical issues and reach a professional level as a singer. Because of this background, and my 10+ years of teaching experience, I believe I can speed up your learning curve as a singer.
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