I’m lucky. I grew up in the wilds of Canada. Literally, as a kid I had a huge forest out in my back yard where I played all sorts of imaginary games for hours, days on end with my friends.…
Well, this is not an original topic but, it seems to be one I’m always battling. I seem to spend a lot of time working at the administration work of being a singer and a lot less at the actual act of singing!
This is a reblog of my very first post and next week, I’ll give you an update of where I am now with this, but wanted to remind you of where I came from:
I took a whole year off to have my dream trip around the world and see the Taj Mahal.
I must admit, I imagine, I’m likely to be someone’s worst nightmare to sit next to on a plane. Since doing Meisner acting training, I’ve decided in life, I will no longer hide tears or laughter in public – well mostly. I can now get so engrossed in a film that I just don’t realise that I’m laughing or crying out loud.
Well, I have made a firm landing in Canada, been here 3 weeks and behind on my work, but loving the new experiences, friends and places.
A sampler video of me singing at Little Bay – Brighton:
To be honest, I just love the plots of operas and it really helps me understand why people today still love story lines the likes you can find in ‘Coronation Street’ and the ‘Young and the Restless’ (for those State/Canada side).
One of my favourites I have heard is: “She’s actually really good!” when people walk by.