Hello there! I just bought your two CD’s..and they are WONDERFUL….I’ve been wanting to learn how to sing for the longest time now and I finally took the initiative to learn the other day…so I ordered your CD’s…and they’ve been super helpful so far…so I thank you for that. I just have one question — how do I find out what kind of singer I am using your CD’s? Is it possible to find out? And do you suggest I take private lessons along with the CD’s?
Once again, thank you…..
I am so happy you are working with and enjoying my voice lessons. When you ask me what kind of singer you are do you mean voice type or genre? Voice type would be alto, soprano, mezzo-soprano in other words the range of notes you feel comfortable singing best and where you voice sits. Or do you mean what style would suit you best: classical, rock, pop etc…
I would be happy to assess your voice in my Vocal Assessment section on of the website. You send me your voice and I assess it within a week. Other than that, you need to sing what is comfortable. If there is a certain style that calls to you, try it out and see if it fits.
A voice teacher (myself or another one), can let you know if the timbre and quality of your voice fits a certain genre. As far as range goes, again sing what is comfortable. There should never be any straining or pushing. Certain notes will just automatically fit into your tessiatura- that is the natural range your voice shines in.
Good Luck.- Ariella