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

Here’s the final episode of my twelve week project  -“The 5th Chair.”


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And we’re finished! Twelve weeks of performances and we have a winner. Anja Nissen is ‘The Voice’ for 2014.

In this final episode Dr Dan takes a look back at the 3 month project and offers 5 suggested considerations for those thinking they might like to enter the TV Talent Show and go for gold.

“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 22, 2014, in Singing Teachers, TV Talent Show. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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