A singer who is in a coma

Most vocalists begin training their voices at a young age by performing in school, church or community music groups and attending music camps. They also practice extensively by themselves and with other musicians during this time. MENC advises all prospective vocalists to take lessons with a private voice coach. Singers should also develop extensive musical literacy and learn the techniques of artists with similar styles. The amount of formal education required depends on the position you intend to pursue. The BLS states that most singers in classical music organizations like operas and symphonies hold at least a bachelor’s degree in music performance in addition to having passed rigorous auditions.