VSA’s Ultimate Online Singing Course presents… Video Diary Week 1!

Welcome to Vox Singing Academy’s Ultimate Online Singing Course Weekly video diary by Christine Warren. Christine will be making a weekly video diary of her progressing working through VSA’s Ultimate Online Singing courses. In this first video, Christine explains how she made … Continue reading

ASK VSA Blog – Starting Singing? Then, read this blog!

Starting Singing? Do you want to sing for fun and improve your singing voice, but do not know where to begin? Well, start where you are! You must like music, first and foremost, and you may have sung along to … Continue reading

Ask VSA – Starting Singing? Then Watch This Video!

Do you want to sing for fun and improve your singing voice, but do not know where to begin? Well, start where you are and watch this video below! Empower your Voice! Team VSA http://www.voxsingingacademy.com.au/ ▪Vox Singing Academy – official … Continue reading

ASK VSA Blog – Why Can’t I Sing Higher or Lower?

As singers, we would all love to have the ability to sing higher or lower songs, and powering through the entire reach of our vocal range. The average voice should be able to sing two octaves in true voice, minimum, … Continue reading

Video footage from VSA’s hugely successful student concert!

Video footage from VSA’s hugely successful student concert! Thank you for everyone that attended and supported today’s performers. Very proud of everyone who performed especially the first time performers – Haleema, Ashley J, Lucia, Megan, Sofia and Suhailak. More photos … Continue reading

VSA STUDENTS at THE ROCKINGHAM LIVE MUSIC FESTIVAL (UK)

VSA STUDENTS at THE ROCKINGHAM LIVE MUSIC FESTIVAL (UK) Exciting news!!!   Two VSA students — veteran singers Jules Millis from WHITE WIDDOW (who have just finished a national Australian tour supporting Stryper), and Brad Marr from MASSIVE — with their amazing bands, voices and talents are going … Continue reading

ASK VSA – Why Can’t I Sing Higher Or Lower?

As singers, we would all love to have the ability to sing higher or lower songs, and powering through the entire reach of our vocal range. The average voice should be able to sing two octaves in true voice, minimum, … Continue reading

ASK VSA Blog – Vocal Fatigue: Why Do I Get Tired After Singing?

The voice is the only instrument that is a physical part the human body (unless you count clapping your hands as percussion 🙂 So, it makes sense that the instrument is your entire body, not just the larynx alone. Everything … Continue reading

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ASK VSA – WHY IS MY VOICE GETTING TIRED?

The voice is the only instrument that is a physical part the human body (unless you count clapping your hands as percussion 🙂 So, it makes sense that the instrument is your entire body, not just the larynx alone. Everything … Continue reading

ASK VSA BLOG: WHY AM I RUNNING OUT OF BREATH WHEN SINGING?

Are you often running out of breath when singing? Struggling to finish long phrases, and to hold long impressive notes with confidence? I am here to help you get rid of those problems, and the main thing here to improve … Continue reading

ASK VSA – Why Am I Running Out Of Breath When Singing?

So, you're done everything you could to learn to Breath better when singing — watched multiple Youtube tutorials, various gurus' singing hacks, tried a bunch of breathing exercises and techniques, taken singing lessons with a so called professional singing teacher, … Continue reading