Knocking colds out cold

It’s officially cold and flu season again, and while that is no fun for anyone, it’s especially irritating to singers. The best way to keep phlegm off the vocal cords is not to get sick at all, so we here at the studio are fastidious about keeping as germ-free as we can, and recommend that our students are too (especially since New York is a big city FILLED with other people and their germs!). The easiest way to do this, besides wearing a hazard suit around (so cumbersome, and orange just isn’t our color), is to keep a bottle of hand sanitizer handy. With so many on the market, it’s tough to choose, but we have a clear favorite: Burt’s Bees Aloe & Witch Hazel Hand Sanitizer spray. Entirely chemical free, it smells great and doesn’t leave that creepy aftergoo feel that so many of the gel sanitizers do. And best of all, it kills germs dead before they can take hold. Take that, flu season!

The best!

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LIZ CAPLAN, has been teaching and coaching voice since 1978 in New York City and guest lectures throughout the United States and Europe. Her students are currently featured in principle roles on Broadway, National tours, Off Broadway, regionally, and as artists in the recording industry. Some have also been nominated for the prestigious Tony and Grammy awards and have been Emmy award winners. Besides working vocally with recording artists, Liz does consulting work for all the major record labels. Liz Caplan Vocal Studios is located in New York City, and is one of the premiere vocal studios in the country. Now staffed by Liz and a group of highly trained and talented Voice Teachers, it is able to bring Liz's mission of 'balancing the state of the artist' to many.
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