Say what you mean and do what you say. Do it right the first time. You will be blessed. Amen.
I have had a tremendous varied job history over my years. Following my Masters Degree to an Apprentice Opera Singer in Santa Fe, to teaching at the University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire, to an Ensemble member at the Lyric Opera of Chicago to singing Opera Internationally for 17 years to again teaching at Northwestern University to now owning my own business Dinky Delights, Inc. I have followed my passion to offer the best that I can in everything I do. I have many work years ahead of me and am looking for another opportunity and challenge. As the owner/operator of a pop up Hot & Fresh Donut business for the last 8 years in the City of Chicago I am looking to share my performance, teaching and business skill set to others. I am proud of my accomplishments in my job history. I am willing to take risks and I am willing to offer my experience.
Finding jobs as a singer is exceptionally hard because everyone always wants experience. How can I gain experience if no one will hire me due to not having experience?
Listen to the customer...Be quick yet precise. Smile, The customer is always right. If they are unhappy make it right. Have Fun!
What do you do when you have a God-given gift of voice but cannot afford the voice classes they offer online ($2000 - $5000). I have a somewhat tight budget but even with financing it's going to put me on the edge. Any ideas on how I pursue my voice career without forking out a lot of money? (I thought about just making a small vid demo and uploading it on YouTube and see what happens.)
Self Reflective Analysis Paper As a striving young adult with many obstacles ahead for me the start of the semester being pregnant and emotionally displaced because my living situation was changing. I expected stress, and constant rehearsal and song selection and memorization to be something we as a class switched often. I was expecting the teacher to have this sharp, butterfly melody and cheerful attitude. I had the expectation that as often as I try, I’d continue to be an okay singer who needs a lot of work. I expected that my classmates would be experts and were taking the class as a get through course. I expected we’d all have respect for one another and support every other. In education today we base social change for justice and equality in how well the community can create a board of representatives and no longer need for one point of view. Foundation built in Flatbush by New York Amsterdam News explores the educational side to how flatbush handles the idea that every student has the same chance of doing well in school. The civil rights and privileges of the community have been searched in databases that square the issue into a box and show that real change in how communities can get things done. As we see in time of war our civil liberties are infringed. In WWII soldiers had to deal with fighting for new uniforms, standing in line first battle men, discrimination and exportation of their services. It takes protesting and politicking to get a voice in the government. Social change is involved in the development of the community from foundations before conformity; the people who suffer are the ones that have to deal with the scrutiny of society. Meanwhile the masculinity of society grew the depths of conversation laid in the hand of writers and readers black or white. While it is apparent that white people were considered privilege we can see social growth through ways in which education, trades, and jobs served to break barriers between all races.