Vocals Only: “The 5th Chair” – Episode Ten

It’s been an arduous journey, but we have finally arrived at our top 4…make that our top 5.

Link 1: Kat Jade (http://bit.ly/1wsAIIa)
Link 2: Sabrina Batshon (http://bit.ly/1wsAQaF)
Link 3: Jackson Thomas (http://bit.ly/1wsAUam)
Link 4: Anja Nissen (http://bit.ly/1wsAXmE)

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Not surprisingly, only one credible ‘voice’ (Anja Nissen) is left in the competition…and she’s only there because of a ‘program first.’ In this episode Dr Dan discusses the all important “X-Factor” when performing and has a final say about poor intonation.

The episode finishes with an update to Dr Dan’s Top Eight (now completely decimated by viewer voting) as well as Dr Dan’s “Pick of the Week.” Dr Dan also makes a final prediction about who he thinks is likely to take out the coveted first prize for season three.

“The 5th Chair” project with Dr Dan is a weekly independent video review of the third season of “The Voice Australia” (2014).

Dr Dan’s “Voice Essentials” available here: http://www.djarts.com.au

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About Dr Daniel K. Robinson

Daniel is a freelance artist and educator. In 2011 Daniel completed his Doctor of Musical Arts degree at the Queensland Conservatorium Griffith University. He has served as the Australian Voice Association (AVA) National President (2018–20), National Vice President (2009–11) and National Secretary for the Australian National Association of Teachers of Singing (2006–11) and was awarded the ANATS National Certificate of Recognition for service to the profession in 2012. Daniel is the principal Singing Voice Specialist for Djarts (www.djarts.com.au) and presents workshops and seminars to church singers across Australia and abroad. He and his wife Jodie have three children and live in Brisbane, Queensland, Australia.

Posted on July 16, 2014, in Intonation, Learning to Sing, Performance, Singing, Technique, Vocal Energy. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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