Live performances are crazy events. So many things can go wrong. Distractions, mistakes, wrong notes from your fellow musicians, there is no limit to the number of things that can possibly conspire to throw you off your game. But what to do? How can you possibly be prepared for absolutely anything that might be thrown at you? Luckily, I have the solution.
When you are singing with other singers, there is no guarantee that they will come in on the right notes, or even that they will come in at all. You can not rely on getting your note from them. And really, there is no guarantee that the orchestra will play the correct notes either (although let’s be honest, that is much more likely). Therefore, you need to be able to sing your notes no matter what other notes are being played, right? Of course right.
And what if someone walks into the theater late? The door opens in the back, letting in light from the lobby, causing your eyes and your attention to drift that way. Or perhaps you are trying to sing an aria and, out of nowhere, a board member rushes you and starts whacking you with a suitcase. These things happen. You need to be able to sing your notes no matter what is attacking you.
But how can you possibly be prepared for the possibility of every wrong note being played at once while also being repeatedly accosted and distracted? That is where my new system comes in. Simply watch the instructional video below and all of your questions will be answered.
All you need for this method is a piano, the music you need to learn, and a three year old. I guarantee that if you can learn and successfully sing your notes while all of that is going on, you will be prepared for anything that is going to happen on stage. And if you do not have a piano and/or a three year old, you are welcome to come over here and use both of them while I go to the movies. Good luck, and happy singing!