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The Full Voice Podcast With Nikki Loney

A fun and informative podcast for the independent voice teacher working with singers of all ages. Sharing inspiring interviews with music educators from around the world, the FULL VOICE podcast shares modern teaching tips, vocal pedagogy, business strateg

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A fun and informative podcast for the independent voice teacher working with young singers. Sharing inspiring interviews with music educators from around the world, the FULL VOICE Podcast shares modern teaching tips, vocal pedagogy, business strategies, and fun.
 
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In episode 154, Michelle Markwart Deveaux discusses the difference between online and brick and mortar businesses, specifically for teachers transitioning to online lessons offerings. Phyllis Horridge talks about managers and agents and how teachers can productively work with them. Nikki shares successful online group performance opportunities for …
 
We welcome 2022 with expert book recommendations for voice teachers. If the holidays brought you a gift card or two and you need some inspiration for your book library, we know you will enjoy this show. A big thank you to all our expert guests and to our listeners who tune in to our show. Nikki and the team from FULL VOICE Music wish you a happy an…
 
In episode 152, Musician, sound engineer (and sound editor of the FULL VOICE Podcast), Shawn Trotter talks about microphones and sound systems for singing teachers. Then, NATS Executive Director Allen Henderson shares the exciting details about the 2022 NATS Convention in Chicago, and Dana Lentini talks about children's different ages and stages in…
 
In Episode 151, Jessica Baldwin returns to discuss the 5 Most Surprising Things About Popular Music for teachers new to the genre. Shannon Coates challenges us to rethink our approach with the students who are not practicing. Takenya Battle discusses the I AM statement to help teachers define their marketing messages, and Yoga and meditation teache…
 
In episode 150, Shannon Coates challenges teachers to rethink the warm-up part of a lesson. Voice and acting teacher Phyllis Horridge talks about preparing monologues. Social media expert Karen Michaels shares the new IG updates, and Vocologist Heather Nelson discusses teaching singers with breathing challenges.In this episode:Rethinking Vocal Peda…
 
In episode 149, Nikki talks with Full Voice Music team member Mim Adams about foundational rhythm activities for singers of all ages. Then, Dr. Shannon Coates challenges teachers to redefine what successful practicing can look like for students.In Episode 149Feel the Beat: Rhythm Activities for Singers with Mim Adams (4:11)Rhythm is one of the foun…
 
In episode #148, Nikki talks about partner lessons both in-person and online. Shannon Coates is helping us debunk some of the long-standing myths in vocal pedagogy. Executive director of NATS, Allen Henderson outlines the upcoming opportunities within the NATS organization. Nikki shares a clip from her conversation with Brian Lee and Justin Peterse…
 
In podcast 147, Popular Musics Specialist and creativity coach Jessica Baldwin talks about finding your authentic, artistic voice. Dana Lentini discusses the opportunities in offering beginner group vocal classes.Finding Your Authentic Artistic Voice - Jessica Baldwin (2:08)Jessica Baldwin is a popular musics voice specialist, creativity coach, and…
 
In Episode 146Michelle Markwart Deveaux (4:28)Voice Teacher and business expert Michelle Markwart Deveaux talks about business boundaries - What they are, and most importantly, the many ways that you can enforce them. Find and follow Michelle:New Speakeasy Cooperative Website https://thespeakeasycooperative.com/Finding Ideal Clients with Takenya Ba…
 
In episode 145, Nikki talks about age-appropriate first solos for young singers. Voice Teacher and actor Phyllis Horridge shares strategies for finding monologues for all ages. Social Media expert Karen Michaels talks about best practices for using alt text on images for your website and social media posting. Dr. Heather Nelson shares mindful consi…
 
The sixth season of the FULL VOICE Podcast kicks off with an in-depth interview with creator/director/educator/pianist Ann Baltz. Ann shares her holistic teaching philosophy and strategies for using clear language and positive observations to move students to their performance goals.About our guest:Ann Baltz is recognized as one of the leading oper…
 
The fifth season of the FULL VOICE Podcast comes to a close with Michelle Markwart Deveaux talking about Clifton Strengths. Shannon Coates discusses the Curse of Knowledge, Karen Michaels talks about the business applications of Pinterest, and Nikki shares insight and remedies for post recital regrets. Find and follow the FULL VOICE PODCAST on Inst…
 
In episode 142, Nikki talks about simple tweaks to your online lessons that can keep students singing and smiling. Karen Michaels shares an update for teachers using YouTube. Dr. Heather Nelson is sharing fun facts about the Uvula.New Repertoire Spotlight: You and Me by Donna Rhodenizer and Andy DuinkerKeep Students Engaged in Online Learning (2:30…
 
In episode 141, Nikki shares teaching activities that build harmony singing skills. Shannon Coates is helping teachers understand the term messy learning and what progress can look like in voice lessons. Takenya Battle shares digital libraries for voice teachers. Heather Nelson talks about the epiglottis. New Repertoire spotlight: The Giraffe by Do…
 
In Podcast 140, Nancy Bos talks about the book Singing Thru the Change and the upcoming online global summit, Celebrate Singing for Women in Midlife and Beyond. Technology expert Takenya Battle talks about online music collaboration platforms. Steve Ferrell shares strategies to help students and teachers with body awareness and helpful movement ide…
 
In episode 139, Social Media Expert Karen Michaels shares strategies for teachers interested in blogging for your teaching business. Dr. Heather Nelson continues her conversation about the Vagus Nerve, and Christine Thomas O’Meally shares the exciting details about World Voice Weekend.In episode 139Blogging for Your Teaching Business with Karen Mic…
 
Where were you a year ago today? Where are you now? How are you preparing for what is to come? Michelle Markwart Deveaux joins us for a reflective look back on our lives and businesses and a hopeful look ahead to the possibilities that lie ahead.Michelle Markwart Deveaux is the CEO of FaithCultureKiss Studios and Founder of The Speakeasy Cooperativ…
 
In podcast #137 Meredith Colby shares her passion for teaching healthy singing to microphone singers. Takenya Battle helps shares productivity hacks for busy voice teachers and Dr. Heather Nelson discusses the vagus nerve.In this podcast:Training Microphone Singers with Meredith Colby (4:52)Meredith Colby helps voice teachers create confident teach…
 
In podcast #136, Nikki talks about Imposter Syndrome, what it is, how it affects us, and what we can do about it. Brian Lee shares his art song house concert initiative and a brilliant warm-up of the week. NATS is now looking for nominations for their national executive positions for 2022.www.thefullvoice.com/fvpodcasts/136In this podcast:Impostor …
 
In Podcast #135, Dr. Shannon Coates shares three simple activities to lift low energy students. Steve Farrell offers mindful strategies for self-care. Nikki shares a jazzy dominant seventh study (free download), and Allen Henderson talks about the NATS Live Learning Centre.In Episode 135Lifting Low Energy Students with Dr. Shannon Coates (4:18)Shan…
 
In Episode #134, Author of “Teaching Singing to Children and Young Adults,” Dr. Jenevora Williams shares her research, strategies, and online courses for working with growing voices. Social Media expert Karen Michaels talks about hashtags and how to use them effectively. Wendy Jones shares a messa di voce with straw vocal exercise, and Dr. Heather …
 
Returning guest Steve Farrell (yoga, meditation, therapeutic counselor) shares strategies for creating "safe" spaces for our students online and in-person. Brenda Earle Stokes talks about her online courses in piano and solfege. Shannon Coates shares exciting ways you can continue your professional vocal pedagogy learning. Discover a fantastic new …
 
In podcast 132, Brian Lee shares helpful mindset, pedagogy, and repertoire for changing male voices. Eden Casteel shares the fun of OperaWorks emotion flashcards, and Michelle Markwart Deveaux clarifies money term definitions.www.thefullvoice.com/fvpodcasts/132www.thefullvoice.com/freeresourcesIn Podcast 132Strategies for Changing Male Voice with B…
 
In episode 131, Nikki demonstrates her kid-friendly online teaching strategies and shares the NATS #fightthefatigue campaign. Dr. Heather Nelson gives us a refresher on the TA muscle. Business expert Michelle Markwart Deveaux talks about quarterly business planning for successful studios. Online teaching pedagogy, anatomy, resources, and business b…
 
Studio owner Jessica Saunders shares details about her successful LIVE virtual recitals. Social Media Expert Karen Michaels is helping us with graphic and copy guidelines for our social media posting. Vocologist Heather Nelson discusses the cricothyroid muscle, and our Business Expert Michelle Markwart Deveaux is discussing how to define your studi…
 
Episode 129 is all about VIRTUAL RECITALS. Our tech expert, Takenya Battle, breaks down the FIVE details we need to consider when hosting a virtual recital. Nikki shares experiences in streaming self-tape videos on a Facebook Watch Party and using a zoom to share recorded videos. Executive Director Allen Henderson sharing details about the NATS Int…
 
In episode 128, Nikki shares strategies for using your student’s current repertoire to focus on technical and warm-up exercises. Allen Henderson shares the NATS COVID-19 resources so teachers can stay informed and stay safe. Dr. Heather Nelson shares the science of restorative vocal exercises for tired voices, and Michelle Markwart Deveaux talks ab…
 
Eden Casteel and Wendy Jones discuss low latency technologies and how they collaborated to test and conquer these new platforms. Takenya Battle shares her all-time favorite music education apps. Social Media expert Karen Michaels inspires us to use live video on our social media channels. We start a five-part series with business expert Michelle Ma…
 
Episode 126 Soprano, voice teacher and author Dana Lentini shares her new book: Teaching the Child Singer. Vocologist, Dr. Heather Nelson discusses neuroscience and how we can apply this knowledge to better lesson pacing. Music teacher and tech expert Takenya Battle outlines how teachers can rock their online studio technology (without spending mon…
 
Episode 125Learn how to write professional emails that get opened and read with a quick reply. Voice Teacher and Author, Dana Lentini shares her top 3 props she uses in her teaching studio. Social media expert, Karen Michaels shares Linkedin best practices and how NOT to use hashtags. Executive Director of NATS, Allen Henderson, shares details abou…
 
We wrap up season four of the FULL VOICE podcast by reflecting on one HECK of a year. Thank you to our global audience of vocal music education experts for tuning in. As of this episode, we now have over 150,000 listens. Thank you for making this podcast part of your professional development. Where are the opportunities for your teaching studio now…
 
NATS Virtual 2020 Conference begins June 24th, 2020, Kicking off over 150 presentations about the key topics in our industry today. With the convenience of learning in the comfort of your home and one affordable price, this is a fantastic opportunity to level up your teaching and business skills for your voice teaching business. Social Media Manage…
 
Our special guest, Liz Jackson Hearns, is a voice instructor and author specializing in transgender Voice. Liz shares her passion for creating a “gender-affirming voice studio.”“Voice is such an integral expression of our identity. I am passionate about offering ways for people to explore and develop gender expression through Voice that helps them …
 
The 2020 NATS National conference has been moved from Knoxville, Tennessee, to a computer screen in the comfort of your home. This event will be live June 24th through June 30th with access to all the presentations for six months after the live event.Executive Director, Allen Henderson shares all the details and opportunities for all voice teachers…
 
Vocologist and church music director, Heather Nelson, returns to the podcast to discuss her article, Singing, The Church, and COVID-19: A caution for moving forward in our current pandemic. As we are eagerly moving towards lifting the stay at home orders, there are many serious concerns for those of us who make a living from singing. Heather shares…
 
Composer and music education specialist Donna Rhodenizer shares her passion and her expertise for writing vocal "studies" for young singers. We discuss the unique challenges in private lessons and in the classroom when helping young singers develop their singing skills and how all music teachers can help students who struggle with pitch. Donna shar…
 
It has been almost a month since many brave teachers transitioned their studios to online teaching platforms. Many have settled into what is now the “new normal” with online lessons... But WAIT! Before you ramp up your lesson plans, create even MORE online classes, and prepare everyone for your new and exciting online recital, be sure to check in w…
 
Podcast guest Michelle Markwart Deveaux shares strategies for voice teachers navigating the uncertainty and challenges as we all move to online singing lessons.By A fun and informative podcast for the independent voice teacher working with singers of all ages. Sharing inspiring interviews with music educators from around the world, the FULL VOICE podcast shares modern teaching tips, vocal pedagogy, business strateg
 
Nate Plummer returns to the podcast to help teachers transitioning to online vocal lessons. After years of teaching online, he shares the do’s and don’ts and some preventative measure that can help lessons go smoothly. Visit our podcast page for more details. https://thefullvoice.com/fvpodcasts/116To see Nate's List of 25 TIPS AND TRICKS FOR TEACHI…
 
By A fun and informative podcast for the independent voice teacher working with singers of all ages. Sharing inspiring interviews with music educators from around the world, the FULL VOICE podcast shares modern teaching tips, vocal pedagogy, business strateg
 
By A fun and informative podcast for the independent voice teacher working with singers of all ages. Sharing inspiring interviews with music educators from around the world, the FULL VOICE podcast shares modern teaching tips, vocal pedagogy, business strateg
 
Dianna Swenson is well known in our industry for her advocacy and expertise in working with students of all abilities. Her successful home studio is called Vocal Inclusion, and in this interview, she shares her teaching strategies, resources, and her students' success stories. For more information, please visit our podcast page:www.thefullvoice.com…
 
There are many different business models for the multi-teacher studio. Voice Teacher, Christin Coffee Rondeau, and Flute teacher, Sarah Robertson have created a unique teaching partnership with their studio Sand Dollar Music. Using modern online tools they share administrative and marketing efforts without the overhead of a brick and mortar locatio…
 
With over 7000 members, the National Association of Teachers of Singing (NATS) is the largest professional organization for the voice professional. Today on the podcast, we are talking to Allen Henderson, the current executive director of NATS, about the opportunities in networking and continuing education that the organization offers its diverse m…
 
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