Vocal HERspective heads to The Netherlands with guest Marlou Vriens, accomplished singer-songwriter, composer, and part of the incredible team at Vocal Leadership. We chat songwriting, music education, and her upcoming album which you DON’T want to miss!
Learn more about Marlou and pre-save the upcoming album: https://www.marlouvriens.nl/
Rachael and Amanda check in with a true success story coming out of the a cappella world. This week’s guest is singer, songwriter, and disability advocate Lachi just ahead of her newest track release. A founder of Cadence and Mezzo A Cappella is making huge waves and we try to pack all of it into this 30 minute interview.
Learn more about Lachi: http://lachimusic.com/
Vocal HERspective takes a (virtual) visit to Denmark to speak with the brilliant, kind, and talented Tine Fris-Ronsfeld of POSTYR, Vocal Line, and AAVF about music, songwriting, connection, and life. The show debuts tonight at 6:30 pm Eastern and will replay on Sunday at 10:30 am & pm Pacific. Download the podcast on Monday!
Learn more about POSTYR: https://postyrproject.dk/
Learn more about Vocal Line: https://www.vocalline.dk/vocal-line.html
Learn more Aarhus Vocal Festival: https://aavf.dk/
Tine, in partnership with Kristoffer Thorning, also published a small E-book with a collection of icebreakers that work at a distance and even online! It’s out in three languages and you can get by signing up for their newsletter where you will get videos and new games send. Signup to get the English and German version or the Danish version.
From the The Mandarins to Cape Harmony to a recently released solo album, Nina Pelligra is pushing boundaries. Learn more about her writing process and the art of looping which both play a prominent role in her music.
Learn more about Nina at http://www.ninapelligra.com/music
And check out her videos at https://www.youtube.com/user/1npellig
On Episode 33, Amanda and Rachael chat with Lisa McNulty. From classical training at Peabody Conservatory to blazing trails with Ember, Lisa is one to watch. Listen in to find out why!
Learn more about ember at https://www.embervocals.com/
This week we’re sitting down with Jo Eteson, longtime soprano of The Swingles. We could elaborate for hours about her talent and experience, but we’ll just leave it at: she is a living legend. And an incredibly kind and generous legend at that.
Learn more about The Swingles at http://www.theswingles.co.uk/