The Fear of Singing Breakthrough Program – Learn to Sing Even If You Think You Can’t Carry a Tune2021-11-09T09:02:12-05:00
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Are you a “Non-Singer” but wish you could sing?
Are you a beginner who wants to learn to sing without feeling judged?
You’re in the right place. Welcome!

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Gain Confidence and Access Self-Expression Through Singing!

“With kindness, playfulness, and heart, Nancy will help you explore your voice and reclaim the joy and courage we all had singing as children.”
— Shendl Diamond, LikeMinds Press

Email Nancy anytime to ask about singing lessons, workshops or the Playground!

“I wish I could learn to sing!” Is this you? I can teach you, and it might change your life!

Don’t let the outdated idea that you are a “non-singer” stop you from joining in one of the healthiest, most expressive and rewarding activities life has to offer!

• If you can talk you can learn to sing! Yes, EVEN YOU!!
• Learn in a way that’s supportive, comfortable & fun
• Discover your own natural voice
• Become more confident–experience some singing success!
• Take home skills to start you on your way!

Ilearn to singF YOU CAN TALK, YOU CAN SING!

We are all born to sing — I believe this with all my heart. People all over the world have sung for as long as there has been language – in fact only relatively recently, with the advent of musical recording, has the birthright of song been relinquished to the professionals.

Do you have a story? Perhaps there’s a reason why you’re afraid to sing. Many people who think they can’t sing have had some kind of experience that shut them down (for example, a criticism at an early age, a sense that someone else was the “the singer” in the family, an insensitive music teacher!) and this negative experience has gelled into a myth that they have come to see as a truth. Does this sound familiar to you?

HOW DOES THIS WORK?

We’ll start by opening up our idea of what singing is. Let’s play with sound, and what it’s like to simply make noise together. Let’s talk about what singing means to you and why, and what kind of music interests you. We’ll play games with singing and rhythm, do some toning and rounds as a way of exploring harmony, move and stretch our bodies as we explore making different sounds, and sing simple, accessible songs from different cultures. Finding your voice is both fun and profound!

If you want to learn to sing, email me and we’ll choose your first right step!

With life-long certainty I told Nancy I was tone-deaf and within two minutes she had me matching a note she was singing. I was amazed and a little bit giddy!

Susan, Adult Singing Student
I thought I’d have to die and be reborn to do this!
Liza, Singing Student

Thank you so much for the singing lesson. It was something I will never forget and until recently I would never have done that. It’s all about growing. You are doing such great things for others with your gift. Thank you for sharing.

April, Singing Student
I knew nothing about singing but I have found that I can do this. It feels so good to sing with other humans.
Lisa, Workshop Participant (Who is Now Singing With a Chorus)

ARTICLES FROM MY BLOG…

Draw What You Sing; Sing What You Draw!

Here's a fun way to jumpstart your singing... https://vimeo.com/592795696 This is a great activity to help you embody your voice! Remember — we are not being literal here! We’re enjoying the feeling of moving our body, arm, hand, and pen or pencil or paintbrush, along with our voice — building that kinetic connection. Singing is a whole-body sport, right?! This activity also gives you an opportunity to strengthen your connection between the sounds you make with your voice to VISUAL cues. This activity can also help free your voice — giving you the chance to slide, siren, swoop and scoop your voice around in an unselfconscious way. (You can also swell, swish and stagger if you would like.) (Or swizzle, or spring.) All these things are all [...]

By |August 26th, 2021|Categories: Uncategorized|0 Comments

Facing My Own Fear: Song Writing

One of the scariest things for me is writing my own songs. This is where all my gremlins and negative inner voices pop up real fast. You may know that my whole singing journey has been a journey through fear towards love. Have I shared that with you before? Probably here and there. While singing was a needed and dependable comfort to me as a child, the act of singing in front of other people in anything resembling a performance setting was so scary that it completely put me off a life centered around singing, which was always the life I wanted. So, that's a big deal. Incrementally, and much to my delight, I found ways to identify both how important singing and making music is to me, and how to start [...]

By |January 21st, 2021|Categories: Uncategorized|4 Comments

Singing with a Drone Note

Click here to join a FREE live online Sing-Along! https://youtu.be/f5CmRk6u8-E One of best things a beginning singer (or even someone who thinks they're a "non-singer") can do for themselves, is to sing with a long steady note, which I call a "drone" note. This is a fantastic way to learn not only what it sounds like, but what it FEELS like to match a pitch (also called singing in unison). Having someone else hold a long steady note while you move away from it and back again with your voice is also an amazing learning tool, as well as being lots of fun. Try it with me here! (This is an excerpt from my eBook “6 Easy and Fun Tips for “Non-Singers” Who Wish They Could Sing.” For [...]

By |October 28th, 2020|Categories: Uncategorized|0 Comments

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Workshop Schedule
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Got questions?
Email Nancy or call 603-721-1492

Saturday, December 4
1:00-4:00 pm EST
Fear of Singing Breakthrough Workshop:
Discover (or Re-Discover) Your Inner Singer!
On Zoom
$65/Person
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Sunday, December 5
5:00 pm EST
FREE Sing-Along
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Wednesday, January 12
8:30 pm EST
FREE Sing-Along
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Friday, January 14
12nn EST
FREE Sing-Along
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Sunday, February 27
4:00 pm EST
FREE Sing-Along
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Sunday, March 26
1:00-4:00 pm EST
Fear of Singing Breakthrough Workshop:
Discover (or Re-Discover) Your Inner Singer!
On Zoom
$65/Person
Register here!

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