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Vocal Training and Being More Confident Speaking on Stage with Freya Casey: Podcast Ep. 015

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As speakers, we want to use our voices effectively, feel confident, and project confidence on stage. In this episode, professional singer and vocal coach Freya Casey shares exercises we can do to improve and warm up our voices and how to reduce stage fright and project confidence.

What I love about Freya is that she helps people discover the awesomeness in their voice and that she emphasizes mindset and personality as much as physiology and technique.

We talk about using the energy of the audience, the benefits of being an introvert as a performer and speaker, what to do if we think our voices are too high pitched or low pitched, and much more.

About my guest: Freya Casey is a professional singer and vocal coach from Germany. She studied opera at Southern Methodist University and at the Musikhochschule Stuttgart in Germany, has performed lead roles in opera productions in the United States and Europe, and has been a performing artist on cruise ships all around the world. Freya is also a composer and songwriter and has produced music for commercials, movies, and CD productions.

Besides having a very active career on stage, Freya has a passion for helping other singers find the beauty in their voice. With her tutorials on YouTube, Freya has reached tens of thousands of people and enjoys creating opportunities for ambitious singers to work with her. In her weekly podcast “Freya’s Singing Tips”, she gives valuable advice for anyone who wants to learn how to use their voice in a healthy way for the rest of their lives.

Freya has an online course called “Conquer Your Stage Fright”, which is for singers and speakers alike, anyone who presents on stage.


  • Freya’s background as a performer and singer
  • The benefits of being an introvert as a performer and speaker
  • Using the energy of the audience
  • What to do if you have a higher or lower pitched voice (can you change it?)
  • Symptoms of vocal fatigue and what to do about it
  • Vocal exercises to do to warm up your voice
  • The benefits of using a handheld mic to be able to modulate your voice
  • How to reduce stage fright and dry mouth
  • The importance of projecting confidence as a speaker


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