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8 Important Tips for Navigating the Singing Business!


Don't you love a good numbered list of important things on the internet? Who doesn't!

How to Attract That Special Someone: 8 Ways for Small Opera Companies to Attract Quality Singers


Hi Readers! This blog regularly features career tips and perspective on the business for working singers, but wait- what about advice for the people on the other side of the table?

Don't Take It Personally! Part Two: Why You Got Rejected


In Part One of Don't Take It Personally!, I talked about rejection letters and some of the reasons why you didn't get one (

Don't Take It Personally! Part One: Rejection Letters


It's hard to be a working singer. Really, really hard.

The Unprepared Singer


All, I'm thrilled to present a new guest post by the talented Dana Lynne Varga. Thank you, Dana, and Happy Reading! -Angela

BSR Workshop on Sunday, February 7th, 2016: Auditions!


Boston Singers' Resource is thrilled to announce the first BSR Workshop: Auditions!

The Business of Singing: Contracts!


Sweet readers, we all know that singing requires us to be our own managers, accountants, and PR representatives, but since our business courses in conservatory totaled 0 (trust me, I counted them t

Who To Know: Another Pro Tip


Guys, here's another important pro tip for your consideration on managing the singing business: get to know your Boards. Sometimes singers only think about meeting and greeting oth

Communication Pro Tip


I organize a lot of performances for a number of organizations. A lot. Some of the readers of this blog (hi readers!

BSR Audition Tips: Coda


It occurred to me after the last round of BSR auditions (great job, everyone!) that there are a couple more suggestions to put out there for your audition prep consideration: