“It was 11-part harmony for 90 minutes straight — and it tested the limits of every part of my vocal range.”  “In the moment of that show when it happened, I remember in my head going, ‘OK, this is the end of your career.’”  “You do what you have to do. You just push through. No one tells you that you should take a break.”  Many performers have experienced that harrowing moment on stage or in rehearsals where they’re singing and then, suddenly, there’s a click. Or a pop. Their voice feels strained — maybe even inaccessible.  Vocal injuries are…

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