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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:

BSR Audition Tips

For all you gorgeous singers prepping for BSR Auditions next month, here are some tips distilled from my previous posts and some new thoughts to help you focus your efforts.

Getting Real: The Correlating Career

All, I'm so pleased to present this guest post by the amazing Dana Lynne Varga (whom you might know as Dana Schnitzer, but she recently got married and now has a sexy new last name, so congrats to