September 05, 2015

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OBSESSED!: Alli Mauzey Proves "Head Voice" and "Belting" are NOT Interchangeable

As a highly regarded musical theatre pro, Seth Rudetsky is often asked to teach master classes and share tips, tricks and techniques. Today’s tip: when auditioning, never belt signature notes that are known for being sung in head voice, and vice versa. Seth’s pal Alli Mauzey draws from the scores of Cats, Les Miz and Wicked to help prove his point. Read Seth’s weekly column. Visit Seth’s online home at SethTV.com.








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