Ep. 26 "Baritone Curse"

Released Friday, August 31, 2012

Are you a baritone who yearns to be a tenor? Maybe you feel cursed to never hit the high notes that you've always wanted. In Episode 26, Voice Teacher Justin Stoney discusses whether it's possible to break the curse and discover your upper range as a baritone.

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