Everyone has something unique to give; there’s space for everyone if you get your head down and do your thing, people will notice.
Tag: interviews with singer
Hilary Cronin, soprano
As musicians, what we strive for most is for our work to make people feel something, whether it be a source of comfort or an exhilarating high.
Grace Davidson, soprano
I feel happy that after 20 or so years of performing and recording as a completely freelance singer, I still come away from my work loving it and wanting to do more.
Donna Lennard, soprano
Be adaptable and do what makes you happy. Create your own path and don’t be scared of taking risks.
Rowan Pierce, soprano
Our work is in skills and craftmanship and that takes time and every day you make music is a progression to a day when it will feel easier or different. It’s a life-long process, and it will be ever changing and that’s ok.
Susie Georgiadis, soprano
I would say that true success is being able to do this job with dedication and curiosity; always trying to tell people something new through this form of art, respecting the composers’ wishes too but putting your soul into everything you do. Being able to do this is what I think we call success.