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Singing is Healing with Constanza Roeder ES057

Every Sing

Release Date: 10/16/2020

Tears and Vulnerability with Lisa Horst Clark ES059 show art Tears and Vulnerability with Lisa Horst Clark ES059

Every Sing

In this episode we begin to look at the pros and cons of vulnerability for the singer/performer and for the audience. Lisa advises us, preach from your scars, not from your wounds.

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Facing Denial About Singing ES058 show art Facing Denial About Singing ES058

Every Sing

Is it possible that society's denial of singing is perhaps based in individual's fears around their own singing! It is easier to act like singing isn't important than to face the fears that most of us have around singing.

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Singing is Healing with Constanza Roeder ES057 show art Singing is Healing with Constanza Roeder ES057

Every Sing

Constanza Roeder came back for a 2nd time to share the incredible value of singing for healing. (hear her full story in Ep. 41)

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Can Menopause Affect the Singing Voice ES056 show art Can Menopause Affect the Singing Voice ES056

Every Sing

During the menopausal transition, which can start ten years before menopause and last for several more years after, there will be times when hormones fluctuate substantially from day to day. The voice, unfortunately, can seem unreliable and unpredictable because of the hormone roller coaster.

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Sing for Life with Jeanne Kelly ES054 show art Sing for Life with Jeanne Kelly ES054

Every Sing

Jeanne Kelly feels so strongly about her favorite thing to say, "sing for life," that she founded the non-profit Encore Creativity for Older Adults. The main emphasis of the organization is choirs for 55+ year olds from 28 different states. Encore Choirs understand the benefits of singing for each person, and helps seniors sing, through non-auditioned ensembles.

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Choir Go Forth and UnMute ES053 show art Choir Go Forth and UnMute ES053

Every Sing

Singers can't meet. We are in the middle of a pandemic of an airborne virus. But choirs are essential. So how can we keep singing.

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Singing is Essential with Dr. Lynne Gackle ES052 show art Singing is Essential with Dr. Lynne Gackle ES052

Every Sing

Dr. Lynne Gackle is President of the American Choral Directors Association, author of the book Finding Ophelia's Voice, Opening Ophelia's Heart: Nurturing the Adolescent Female Voice: An Exploration of the Physiological, Psychological, and Musical Developments of Female Students, and Director of choral activities Baylor University.

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Why Singing is More Than Performing ES055 show art Why Singing is More Than Performing ES055

Every Sing

According Lynn Helding in her book, The Musician’s Mind, “One of the best techniques shown to sustain motivation and keep attention on track is goal-setting, the conscious act of listing one or several goals that one wishes to reach. On the surface, it can look like giving performances is the main goal of singers. I propose, however, that the performance is way down the list of goals for all singers. There are so many other reasons why a singer sings, and sometimes performing doesn’t even factor in.

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Why We Sing ES051 show art Why We Sing ES051

Every Sing

In this episode of Every Sing podcast, Nancy discusses why we sing, the reason that singing is not the same as performing, who singers are, and asks the question, "Why don't we sing more."

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ES050 Juggling Everysing w/ Shannon and Stephen O'Bent show art ES050 Juggling Everysing w/ Shannon and Stephen O'Bent

Every Sing

Stephen and Shannon, a married couple living in Seattle, WA, make up Pepper Jill and Jack. But on top of that, they have the Give Back Brass Band, Shannon sings in two other groups, Stephen plays for other groups, teaches at DigiPen, and has independent students and a church choir. 

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More Episodes
Constanza Roeder, CEO and Founder of Hearts Need Art, came back for a second time to share the incredible value of singing for healing - physical, emotional, and mental healing. If you'd like to learn more about Constanza and her incredible back story, head over to Episode 41 - you'll love it!
 
We touch on the substantial amount of science that is being done in this field. You will undoubtedly be inspired and feel validated about the need for singing by all.
 
Thank you to PepperJill and Jack for the theme music, and for the cover art, thanks to Ken Feisel
 
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