Metropolitan Opera Singer, Valerian Ruminski Teaches Tricks Of The Trade In New Book

“Starting To Sing Book 1: Children & Beginners” Guides You Through The Process

Buffalo, NY, USA, 2017-Jun-29 — /EPR Network/ – World traveled opera singer, Valerian Ruminski delves into what it takes to be a singer. In the 1st of his vocal series, “Starting To Sing Book 1: Children and Beginners” (Amazon/Barnes&Noble) guides you through laying the foundation for success. Learn about vocal exercises, the power of vowel modification and navigating the land of teachers and the business of show business. Chapters include: ‘Air Converters’, ‘The True Voice’ and ‘Changing The Vowels’.

Often asked how he became a singer, Valerian answers the most basic questions parents and children have about singing and the business of singing. “I want to get across the honest reasons to embark on a singing career and help to avoid the many pitfalls awaiting all students of the vocal arts. I hope this book gets kids off to a solid, healthy start on the path to singing opera, Broadway or pop (if they truly have the talent). This book is full of tips to help prevent vocal fatigue, poor singing practices and bad diction in an easy to read format”…Valerian Ruminski

Look for “Starting To Sing Book 2: Intermediate and Pro” Fall of 2017.

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Valerian Ruminski is a graduate of the SUNY Buffalo with a BA in Voice as well as an Artist Diploma from the prestigious Academy of Vocal Arts in Philadelphia. He made his Metropolitan Opera debut in 2001 as well as debuts at Carnegie Hall, Avery Fisher Hall and the NYC Opera. Mr. Ruminski has performed at opera companies around the world and has taught for the John Robert Powers Talent Agency as well as Westchester Community College in Valhalla, NY. He is also the Founder and General Director of Nickel City Opera in Buffalo, NY.

Recordings: Metropolitan Opera: “I Puritani” with Anna Netrebko/Naxos Records: “A Night at the Opera”/New World Records: “Victor Herbert-Collected Songs”

For More Information and Review Copies: Eileen Breen PR 646.294.3634


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