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Voice students win two competitions! @evakat02 @gochca @jsorsch @spaethv @dspaeth33 @luke_randazzo @joseph.kayne @IHHSChoirs @iamcps @Kings_Schools @CISKnights @IndianHillSchools
Congratulations to my students who were named winners in The National Association of Teachers of Singing (NATS) in their yearly competitions in Los Angeles and Ohio. Congratulations go to:
Evelyn Spaeth, 5th Grade, Columbia Intermediate School - Honorable Mention, Children’s Music Theater Division, LA NATS
Eva Milligan, Senior, Cincinnati Hills Christian Academy - Honorable Mention, High School Music Theater Treble, Ohio NATS
Joseph Kayne, Sophomore, Indian Hill High School - Second Place (tie), High School Music Theater TBB Division, Ohio NATS
Luke Randazzo, Junior, School for Creative and Performing Arts - Second Place (tie), High School Classical TBB Division, Ohio NATS
Jonah Sorscher, Gap Year, Harvard-Berklee Dual Degree - First Place, Lower Music Theater TBB, Ohio NATS
All of these students take online-only lessons with Kathy Cammett.
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Sad news.... #cincinnativoiceteacher #cincinnativoicelessons #onlinevoicelessonswork #coronavirussinging #safesingingcovid #vocalcoachcincinnati
Sad news - one of my colleagues has Covid-19. He has been teaching in-person voice lessons while wearing a mask properly and taking no other risks. Wishing him a speedy recovery.... <3
Please be extra-cautious out there! While masks help reduce the spread of the coronavirus, fine mist aerosols can still both escape and penetrate them. Loud singing, particularly, is a high aerosol -generating activity which can extend to 15+ feet without a mask. Data suggests that a person can be most contagious 48 hours before the onset of their symptoms and continue to be contagious for 10-20 days after onset depending on the severity of their symptoms. The after-effects of this virus on the lungs can especially impact athletes and singers. Protect each other.
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