Singing and Age


‘The Singer’s Art’ Series Returns to St. Mike’s

By Amy Lilly, Seven Days – March 18, 2015 “Music is a lot of men in a lot of tails with a lot of chairs, and a lot of airs, and a lot of furs and diamonds!” So Colorado soprano Jennifer Bird-Arvidsson will sing next Wednesday evening at a Saint […]


New ‘triple threat’ workshops promise singing, dancing, acting skills

  Times Argus/Rutland Herald – article published Jan 1, 2015 By Patricia Minichiello Staff Writer A new musical theater training program incorporates the “triple threat” of the performance world — singing, dancing and acting — for students looking for an all-in-one workshop. Bill Reed never expected that while on a […]


Bill Reed featured in My Finance Magazine

Music Education: Is It Worth the Money? Bill Reed featured in an article about the value of music education in My Finance Magazine. To read the article on the My Finance Magazine website, please click here. November 21, 2013 By Ethan de Seife Being the parent of a child who […]


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Am I Too Old?

  Question: I’m a 40-year old mother of two and now that my children are more independent, I would like to fulfill a dream and learn how to sing. Am I too old? –Cecilia Dry, Middlebury, VT Bill Reed: Nearly every week I am asked if I think that a […]