Hello guys, I am L D Sledge. This is my first post on IAC and I intend to post regularly. I am a writer, author, poet, copywriter, visual artist and mess with a piano keyboard, guitar and a couple of other things as a mediocre player. But I love making visual and physical art whether it is an oil or acrylic canvas,
Is Criticism Ever Really “Constructive?”
With out having a solvable solution to the mistakes, criticisms make you feel less in control, keep you from performing at your best AND consequently, cause you to sing, speak and perform worse!
Criticism is about finding fault with someone. At Voicercise, we believe in building up an artist and helping them to expand their abilities so they can better perform in ways they can’t imagine.
Here is a piece that was written by arguably the most influential poet of the late 20th Century. I used to perform it — a lot — in the late 60’s and 70’s. So simple. So powerful. So pertinent right now. It deals not just with war and social injustice. More importantly, it deals metaphorically with truth as an undeniable fundamental,
“This is our first experience with voice lessons, and we have been extremely happy with the progress our daughter has made in singing. First and foremost, our daughter enjoys lessons with Roxy and looks forward to her weekly lessons.
Secondly, we have seen a confidence growing inside of our Elena due to the lessons.