Reopening on Hold

 August 5, 2021   |    Songbird Studios   |    Uncategorized

**August 2nd, 2021 Update**   Due to the COVID-19 Delta variant and updated CDC recommendations, we will not be seeing students in our studios until further notice. We are as bummed as you are :/ Stay tuned, we are excited to return in person as soon as it is safe! in the meantime, CLICK HERE…

Welcome Back!

 July 14, 2021   |    Songbird Studios   |    Articles, Uncategorized

We are thrilled to announce that starting July 19th, 2021 we will begin phasing back to our newly revamped Songbird Studios locations for in person voice lessons! We will phase in over a 6 week period, and will be reaching out to you individually to let you know when your teacher is back in-studio. In…

Straw Singing

 July 9, 2019   |    Songbird Studios   |    Tips & Tricks, Vocal Health
Written by Songbird founder and owner Whitney Nichole. I walk around with a teeny tiny stainless steel straw hanging out of my mouth and people stare. I look like a total weirdo. What the hell is she doing, people think?  Well folks, if you’re a Songbird Studios student, you most likely are familiar with Straw...
Written by Songbird founder and owner Whitney Nichole. Being sick sucks. Especially when you’re a singer. I’m sitting here writing this from bed, sore throat, runny nose, cough, headache, congestion… the whole bag. So today’s blog is a very timely topic for me! What should singers do when we get sick with a cold or...
Belting
Songbird Tips: Break Rules Graphic
Type the words “how to sing” on Youtube and you’ll get a myriad of results - people telling you very spiritedly all about the “right way” to sing. Silly thing is, these folks are saying different things. Often, contradictory things. Sometimes things that aren’t even based in reality. How are you supposed to know? What...
Songbird Tips Hit High Notes Graphic
reflect in the mirror

  “Mirror, mirror on the wall…” You’ve seen the mirrors in each of our teaching rooms at Songbird. Why? What can a mirror really tell you? A lot, actually… As teachers and vocal coaches, we can see a lot from just watching you sing. In this article, we’re going to outline the things we look…