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Behind the Red Curtain
17 minutes | Oct 1, 2021
Being Social Media Free with Cayla Hart
Imagine, for a second, if you there was a day where you didn't have social media. What would it look like? What would you be doing? This episode, I sit down with my dear sister Cayla, who is not on social media at all, and we talk about what life is like.
5 minutes | Jul 13, 2021
Rehearsal Mistakes to Do and to AVOID
It's musical season—here are a few things to do and NOT to do in your rehearsals!
15 minutes | Jun 24, 2021
Transitioning from Music Major to Professional
One of the things that I'm passionate about, especially lately, is helping people with transitions. Specifically, a transition from going from a music major to becoming a professional. Whether it's as a singer, performer, or teacher. Here are some of the things I've learned from my own experience.
37 minutes | Jun 3, 2021
How to be Your Best Under Pressure | Interview with Calvin Strachan
This week, I sat down with Calvin Strachan, speaker and coach, to talk all about how to be your best under pressure. He is very passionate about teaching techniques for preventing freezing up during your big moments!
13 minutes | May 28, 2021
Are They Getting Better? Confidence Tips for Music Teachers
How do you know if your students are improving? Sometimes even us teachers can feel insecure about our skills. When self-doubt and self-sabotage rears its ugly head, we don’t want to feel like we aren’t qualified to teach the students we care for. This one’s for you music teachers out there!
22 minutes | May 14, 2021
Let's Talk Multiple Hats, Careers, and Confidence with Jake Gadomski
In this special episode of Behind the Red Curtain, I switch places from being the interviewer to the interviewee. One of my good friends Jake Gadomski interviews me in this episode about music, balancing multiple hats, career, and more.
33 minutes | May 7, 2021
Working through Self-Sabotage with Taylor Arco
I am super excited to introduce our guest today. Today, we sit down with Taylor Arco, certified life coach to talk about self-sabotage and working through it.
27 minutes | Apr 30, 2021
A Message from Music Major Grads All Over the Nation
I am so excited to share this video with you! I've been working with so many wonderful old and new friends, colleagues in the music business and amazing professionals to present a compilation of advice that we all have for music majors and recent music grads. This was a group effort and I thought this would have been super nice to have something like this when I was freshly graduated... and so what we can do is we can offer this for those that are doing it now!
14 minutes | Apr 23, 2021
Transitions and a False Sense of Security for Music Graduates with Paul
This week, I am joined by my husband Paul as we talk about the struggles we noticed about transitioning from a music program to a music career. You get an inside ear into the false sense of security in going through that transition and our thoughts on that, based on our own experiences.
8 minutes | Apr 16, 2021
Have More Confidence in 3 Simple Steps
Let’s talk about confidence and why it's important for everyone to have the confidence that they deserve. Trust me, it would make your life so much more fulfilled! It started off when I needed that confidence in being a performer... but it carried over to confidence in being a mother and a teacher. Here are three simple steps to having more confidence.
15 minutes | Apr 9, 2021
What You Need to Know Before Going Into A Music Career
Today, I want to talk about if you or your student is considering going into performing, whether it be vocal performance, or musical theater... those types of things. I want to give you some tips and tidbits on what to prepare for, and some things that I wish someone would have told me when I was starting out.
11 minutes | Mar 26, 2021
The Fundamentals of Teaching Young Singers: Tips for Music Teachers
What are the most important fundamentals for teaching young singers? Is it even appropriate to teach music to young children and give them music lessons or voice lessons? Today, we talk about some tips and tricks to help you with delivering the voice lessons to younger students who might be a little harder to deal with.
7 minutes | Mar 19, 2021
Why I Love Music Majors So Much
Music majors are some of the most amazing people that I've come across. This is based on a question I've had people ask me several times, which is why do I care about music majors so much?
7 minutes | Mar 12, 2021
Have More Confidence and Manage Performance Anxiety
How do you have more confidence and manage your performance anxiety? Here are some tips you can use to beat that stage fright.
28 minutes | Mar 5, 2021
Teaching and TikTok with Katherine Rosenfeld
Tune in to our special guest today for the podcast, Katherine Rosenfeld! Katherine is a middle school choir teacher from Arizona who is known for her unique approach toward her profession: by creating TikTok videos and Instagram Reels. She also runs her own private voice studio and sings professionally in church.
15 minutes | Feb 27, 2021
Teaching or Performing: The Misconceptions of Choosing a Career After Music College
Teaching versus performing: Is it one or the other? How does it work? This is one of the things I'm really passionate about, because I believe that you can do both and you can do whatever degree that you want. There's a misconception in the music community about the routes you can take after college. Let's talk about that.
46 minutes | Feb 18, 2021
Black History Month and All Things In Between with Justin Swain
With Black History Month this February, Justin sits down with Chelsea to talk about black history month and all things in between this week.
27 minutes | Feb 12, 2021
What I Wish Someone Would Have Told Me About Transitioning
One of the reasons why I’m really passionate about sharing all of these tips and support in my content is because I have had a few rough transitions in my life. There were a lot of times where I felt very overwhelmed, stressed, and lost in a way. Deciding not to move to New York City and do the grind over there, I made my own path and created my own success, and I want to share what I learned with you.
12 minutes | Jan 29, 2021
What To Do When Your Child Doesn’t Want To Practice
What do you do if your young dreamer isn't motivated to practice? It doesn't seem like they're enjoy it as much anymore, or maybe you feel like maybe there's some kind of block getting in the way and they're just not into it as much as they used to... what do you do?
19 minutes | Jan 22, 2021
How To Deal With Negative Comments
There are lots of unkind people like this out there. I saw one comment on one of the dear people in my life and it inspired me to go into this spiral of, "Hey, people who I care about, this is how you deal with negative comments, this is how you win against the negative noises. We can't change them and how they think, but we can change how they respond.
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