Singing is no more difficult than learning how to drive a car.
Where you go with it – that is, what you choose to sing – is your decision.
There is no single “best” voice quality. “Best” depends on what you like to hear.
Some qualities require more work than others and they cannot be done without that physiological commitment – but even that “work” can be fun.
Jo Estill 1921 – 2010
Jo Estill was an American singer, singing voice specialist and voice researcher.
As a singer, her questioning approach led her to search for answers to ‘How am I doing this?’. After studying speech science, she was appointed Instructor in Voice and began her pioneering research at Upstate Medical Centre, New York. Her research led to the development of Estill Voice Training in 1988, an innovative system of studying voice production based on an understanding of physiological and anatomical function.
Estill presented courses and workshops all over the world and has been acknowledged by many eminent voice teachers and scientists.