DYV on the Town: A safe space to share your voice



May 15, 2014


It is often the case that students come to voice lessons proclaiming they don’t want to perform, they just like to sing. While sometimes this is the true, often it is my experience that those students are afraid to admit that they do in fact want to sing in front of others. Does this mean they aspire to have a career as a singer, not necessarily, but there is something so exciting and fulfilling about sharing our voice with others and Monday night at Davenport’s open mic, eight students did just that. Some of them, experienced performers and others singing in front of a group for the very first time. Regardless of their experience, I was so proud of each of them and think they all walked away rewarded. We all can’t wait to do it again in a couple of months!










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