Professional singers of popular culture musics (PCM) are expected to juggle elements beyond the craft of singing and stage performance. Despite this, professional singers are committed to their work, sometimes at the cost of undermining their work and compromising the quality of their performance. This research investigated the work environment of professional singers in Sydney, Australia, with an aim to identify elements that exist in the workplace. This paper highlights the various factors that emerged and how they influence and surround the overall work of the singer.
|Number of pages||8|
|Publication status||Published - 2014|
- professional singing
- popular culture musics
- workplace/occupational issues
- music industry
- industry conduct