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It's summer time, and the living is not easy! Your eyes are watering, you constantly feel like you are about to sneeze, and you can't sing for more than a few minutes without coughing up a lung. Sound familiar? Allergy season is in full swing, but you have more outdoor concerts and performances than ever. Here are some tips on managing allergies and making sure you sound your best all year round.
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You might think only professional singers take voice lessons, but there are a surprising number of benefits to studying voice for everyone! Whether you love to sing, love to learn, or are just looking to enhance your self care routine, voice lessons are a great way to unite your mind and body. You can learn a lot about yourself, become more confident, and have a ton of fun!
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The Highest Note Ever?: A Coloratura’s Perspective on the News from the Met
Headlines from the world of opera have caused confusion on the truth of soprano vocal range and ability. A brief analysis of soprano voice types and techniques can shed some light on the subject.
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What is a Masterclass?
Masterclasses present a special opportunity to share, learn, and perform in a safe and supportive environment. But what exactly is a masterclass, and why should you participate in one?
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What to Expect at Your First Voice Lesson
You want to become a better singer and enrolled in voice lessons. Now what? No need to be nervous: here's what to expect at your first voice lesson.
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Porter-ology Quiz: How Well Do You Know Cole Porter's Music?
On June 9th, 125 years ago, the American popular music composer Cole Porter was born in Peru, Indiana. Unlike many other successful Broadway composers, Porter wrote the lyrics, as well as the music, for his songs. Let’s test your Porter knowledge. Can you match these lyrics with their titles?
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Memorial Day Music
On Memorial Day, we pay tribute those soldiers who have fallen in battle. Many musicians have honored their memory by creating compositions. Here's a closer look at some of those pieces.
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En Vacances: Artistic Inspiration through Travel
Some people take a spiritual pilgrimage to renew their beliefs. In the same way, artists get inspiration through travel and bring back more than souvenirs.
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Armed Forces Day: Music of the Military
On Armed Forces Day, we honor our military members for their service. Each branch has its own official song, and we're taking a closer look at this patriotic music.
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RENEWing the Arts through Planned Giving
There are many ways to support nonprofits, but one lesser know option is planned giving. Learn about donation options for your favorite nonprofit!
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Heartland Sings, Inc. is a nonprofit vocal music production company based in Fort Wayne, Indiana.

Founded in 1997 by Maestro Robert Nance, Heartland Sings creates a variety of vocal music productions and educational outreach programs.

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