Are you an aspiring singer? Being in New York City only minutes from Broadway and 42 street can bring out the best singer in all of us. If it is your dream to be the next Adele, Tori Amos, Lady Gaga, Nicki Minaj, Chita Rivera, or even Ethel Merman you should see a vocal specialist. Voice care is just as important as healthcare.
Dr. Yagoda can ensure proper vocal function for that perfect sound, every time.
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The Apollo Theater holds Amateur night every Wednesday night at 7:30pm.
Famous singers Ella Fitzgerald, James Brown, Michael Jackson, and Lauryn Hill performed on this very stage when they were starting out.
If you are an aspiring singer, take a chance in the spotlight (…and let Dr. Yagoda know how it goes!) Find out more about the Apollo Theater Amateur night.
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Did you know that singing is not just for performers?
It is a very powerful therapy for stroke victims and stutterers.
Singing therapy helps to bring voices back.
Dr. Yagoda is a Voice Care specialists, dealing with the Care of the Professional Voice.
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Here are 8 singers who were influenced by the late Whitney Houston. Her voice touched millions.
Are you a singer? Do you dream of being the next pop superstar?
If so, take care of your voice and see a proper voice doctor like Dr. Yagoda. Your vocal health and wellness is our priority!
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Have you seen the new episodes of “The Voice” which began airing after the Super Bowl?
Singing competitions are all over American television and The Voice and American Idol are head to head with tv ratings.
Who will come out on top? Which is your favorite?
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Holidays tend to be a time of overindulgence. Rich foods and “one-too-many” cocktails can cause acid reflux, and lead to vocal problems. When acid rises up from the stomach, it can land in the voice box, often directly onto the vocal cords themselves.
This can cause swelling of the vocal cords, making it difficult for the cords to close properly, which leads to associated problems such as breathiness, raspiness, or hoarseness.
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Your voice is an instrument. Cultivate it, safeguard it, and it will perform exceptionally! Read from Dr. Yagoda’s brochure “Care of the Professional Voice: Steps Toward Good Vocal Health” to find out what to do, what not to do, and what things must be avoided to ensure optimal vocal performance.
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Singers take note: This New Year’s Eve be careful not to harm your voice.
Remember that alcohol can numb your cords and singing under the influence can contribute to injury. Stay away from smoky environments, try not to yell over the loud music, make sure you get sufficient rest, drink lots of water, and remember to have fun!
Happy New Year!
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