Monthly Archives: December 2012

The Digital Pupil…..??

While not a new idea to me, I have recently become conscious of the prevalence of lessons-via-media, specifically the Skype lesson. It seems that they are not just an “option” as they once were. They have apparently become positively mainstream. … Continue reading

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The Great Warbling Primate….

If you ever want to feel small, and lazy, watch a nature program. Sitting down to watch a part of the BBC’s Planet Earth I immediately began to wonder, contrasted with the rest of bustling Mother Nature, what exactly it … Continue reading

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First principles..

I suppose that for my first post on the subject of Singing, I should state a bit about my general approach to the subject, and consequently to this blog: How we think is made manifest in how we act. What … Continue reading

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Welcome and Introductions…..

Hello readers! Welcome to my page. This is my first blog ever, and is an extension of my webpage. Let me take a moment to introduce myself…. My name is Brad Jenks. I am a Vocal Instructor in the Chicago … Continue reading

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