On this episode of the Making Musical Quantum Leaps Podcast, we’re thrilled to introduce you to Asari Otu-Adeoye, a Nigerian-born singer, songwriter, vocal coach, and mentor who has trained many singers and choirs over the years, including Timi Dakolo, Samsong, and Freke. Her aura is that of a teacher, mother, and of course a star maker. she is a woman of excellence and diligence.
Asari has been passionate about singing since she was a child, and she started training singers in 1994. Since then, she has worked with many individuals, groups, and choirs both within and outside her residential community, as a trainer, consultant, and mentor.
In this podcast episode, Asari shares her insights and experiences as a vocal coach and mentor. She talks about the challenges she has faced in her career, the lessons she has learned along the way, and the strategies she uses to help her students achieve their goals. She talks about how not being informed is the biggest problem she has seen in her years of coaching.
The Power of Singing; nuggets from a vocal coach
Asari believes that singing is a powerful tool for self-expression and personal growth. She explains how singing can help people overcome their fears, build their confidence, and connect with their inner selves. Her mantra never gets old “If the mind can think it then the voice can work it out”
She also talks about the importance of developing good vocal techniques and how to avoid common mistakes that can damage one’s voice. Asari shares some practical tips on how to warm up before singing, how to breathe properly, and how to project one’s voice effectively.
The Art of Mentoring
Asari is not only a vocal coach but also a mentor who is committed to raising singers who are well-versed in the art and act of singing. She shares her approach to mentoring and how she helps her students develop their skills, build their confidence, and find their unique voices.
She also talks about the importance of setting clear goals and having a plan for achieving them. Asari shares some of the success stories of her students who have gone on to become successful singers and performers. it is no news that two students she taught have gone ahead to with the voice Nigeria, we have TImi Dakolo and Pere Richman Jason
Beyond Singing; Meet her when she is not coaching
Asari is not just a singer and vocal coach but also an artist who loves to draw and paint landscapes. She is also an ardent reader and an experienced and certified editor and proofreader for Christian authors under a pseudonym. She shares some insights into her hobbies and interests and how they help her stay creative and inspired. We dive into some of her thoughts and words of wisdom, I mean if someone has taught voice for 30 years she has earned mastery over the act
This episode of the Making Musical Quantum Leaps Podcast is a must-listen for anyone: interested in singing, mentoring, or personal growth. Asari’s insights and experiences are sure to inspire you and help you take your singing skills to the next level.
So tune in to this episode of the Making Musical Quantum Leaps Podcast and meet Asari Otu-Adeoye, our vocal coach, mentor, and friend.
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