Ultimately, there is a wealth of knowledge contained in this single volume, offering tangible tools and a variety of perspectives with which singers can attend to any deficit in awareness. Important reading for students, performers, and pedagogues.
One may easily pick up this book and go directly to a chapter of interest, but one of the revelatory insights of reading it start-to-finish is how often concepts overlap and reinforce one another across these varied modalities. As a teacher, it’s a reminder of how many influences and experiences are drawn upon every day in an attempt to assist students. So You Want to Sing with Awareness is recommended for teachers looking to infuse their studio teaching with fresh ideas, and for the singer who is ready to delve into self-examination as a path of vocal discovery.