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Diane Haslam

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Diane Haslam

Diane Haslam, born in Mansfield, England, graduated from the Royal Northern College of Music. A mezzo-soprano soloist who has performed in operas, recitals, and orchestral concerts in England, Europe, and the United States, she has been a respected voice teacher for more than twenty-five years. At Newberry College, South Carolina, she was Adjunct Professor of Voice and there developed courses in Vocal Literature and Diction for Singers, coaching students in six languages. The author has given Master Classes in vocal performance and led workshops in holistic singing in England and the United States. Her private voice studio, Vocal Dimensions, is in Aiken, South Carolina, where she resides with her husband. She is the founder and musical director of the Aiken Singers. She contributes monthly articles on singing to a musicians' blog at The Heart of Singing is her first book.

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Diane Haslam : The Heart of Singing : Book : 

Diane Haslam : The Heart of Singing

Review: The life of every singer is a continuous journey toward vocal improvement, enhanced performance, satisfaction, and confidence. Diane Haslam, mezzo-soprano and respected voice teacher for more than two decades, has faced many challenges in her own career and has addressed these, and so much more, in her compelling book The Heart of Singing: Steps on the Path to Becoming the Singer You Want to Be. Whether you are an aspiring singer, a professional, a member of a choir, a soloist, or a voice teacher, this book addresses aspects of singing often overlooked and difficult to address in the voice studio: those myriad characteristics beyond vocal technique that constitute great singing. The author offers insight into: building confidence and eliminating fear; dealing with the internal judge; exploring new ways to address bad habits; becoming fully aware of your vocal potential; and discovering your free, honest voice. You will learn about the power of focus and awareness, commitment and balance, trust and risk, and, along the way, experience the satisfaction and joy this singing journey can bring.

Chapters: Power Play, The Insight Story, Taking the Plunge, Mind Over Chatter, No, Your Honor, On Air, Let's Get Physical, Out of the Box, The High Wire Act

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