Category Archives: Voice with Eve

Music in Church

I’ve done my share of choir directing in church, plus playing organ for weddings. I belong to the Greek Orthodox church and thus, my being a singer makes me a desirable candidate for choir directing. My organ skills are modest … Continue reading

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Respect

Obviously from this website, anyone who reads this is aware that I am a professional musician, voice being my field of expertise. I, like many of my musical peers, have been at this most of our lives, usually since childhood/teenage-hood. … Continue reading

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Singing Myths

I have to write about this one. There are just so many myths about singing. Really! And some are just lack of brain-wave activity in the singer. C’mon man! Here’s one…a baritone I know wants to sing tenor…because he “likes” … Continue reading

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Byzantine

Kind of an odd title for this post.  But yes, it is about singing Byzantine music.  The Greek Orthodox Church is built on byzantine music, art and architecture.  Complicated as it is to study it is very easy to listen … Continue reading

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Studying Music

Yes, I’m on a tear again about the study of music!  When I was a kid my parents saw my talent and on the advice of a music teacher of mine in school, put me into private lessons.  Here is … Continue reading

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