I am a singer as well as a teacher. I need to be practicing my singing technique probably more than some of my clients, or at least diving into understanding the physiology a little deeper than my clients. That way I can truly be of use to my clients as they explore the challenges with their singing. A lot of my “work” time is in sessions with my singing clients, examining, demonstrating and explaining what, how and why the changes they make with their muscles will benefit their singing. I don’t think it’s enough to class that as my singing practice, even though I am getting a lot of use out of my voice. The focus isn’t on my technique, it is on theirs. LINK IN BIO.
Wasn’t going to put this out quite yet but you keep asking sooooo... Save the date!!
JANUARY 17th, 2019 @theotherdoor | 11PM .
My original music. My band. My sass. See you there 🖤💋
I’m currently rewriting a song called Safe Place. It’s not about anyone I just came up with the concept and fell in love. I wrote it awhile ago but I wanted to fix a few things. So maybe I’ll post some of the lyrics, not 100% sure but I’m hoping I will get cleared from my concussion this week so I can begin posting covers again!!
So awesomely described. #ritawilson#songwriter#singersongwriter#songwriting#Repost @ritawilson with @get_repost
When writing a song, I feel time is like a musical floatation tank, where you know you’ve gone somewhere, but can’t say how long you’ve been there; a beautiful haze of creativity. After awhile, the song evolves into something that is being emotionally prepared and translated. From that musical mist something more grounded appears. Something tangible that can now be shared. When performing a song I have written, I hope for the audience to become a part of the completion, the connection from the origin to the heart of the listener.