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The Great Voice Teacher
Giovanni Sbriglia

            I am so excited you are here! Learning to sing opera like the great singers is one of the hardest tasks a human can undertake. The task becomes exponentially harder (to the point of almost impossibility) if one tries to learn it only from records without a teacher. Also, as if that wasn't enough, it is so hard today to find good information about singing that actually produces results! Many teachers have an anything-goes attitude where singing technique must be completely figured out by the singer without any grounding in absolute truth whatsoever. What results is an uncomfortably rigid throat coupled with relativistic meaningless babble.

            Not here! I want to help you learn the exact exercises and advice that you need in order to build a great voice just like the old singers! This can (and almost always does) take years to learn. I may be a little hesitant to share a lot, being that I am still a student polishing my voice with one of the greatest teachers in the world, but I will share with you what I can now, and over time I will share even more. Soon in the future (I am keeping the details under wraps), I will publish a vocal technique book that will revolutionize opera voice training, a book unlike any vocal training book ever published. I can’t wait to share it with you, and if you don’t want to miss it, make sure to sign up for our email list in the sidebar!

            As far as this section is concerned, I will share techniques for the voice as well as vocal knowledge, resources to learn from, opportunities to grow, and more. Make sure to subscribe so as to not miss any of the exciting things here! Also, I have something very important to say to start this off. If a teacher is teaching you a method of voice training that consistently feels wrong or painful in your throat, and/or they cannot produce good vocal results in themselves…RUN!!!! It is much easier to be successful in voice if you don’t pile up years of bad habits.

Good luck and God bless!

The “U” Vowel – Part 1 of 2