What is the workplace of a Singer like?
Singers can work in a variety of locations but are predominately performing on a stage or recording in a studio. Special event singers often travel to perform at various venues including:
- Corporate Events
- Fairs and Festivals
Theatrical singers are live performers who often perform nightly performances at a theatre. Opera singers are a specialization of theatrical singers that perform usually in a home theatre they are employed by. A theatrical singer in a main role will usually have their own dressing room and voice coach. Supporting or back-up singers will often share a common dressing area and receive less perks than a singer in a main role.
Professional recording singers exist outside of the entertainment industry in small numbers and are typically employed in marketing sectors for use in marketing jingles and advertisements. These singers will usually work as collaborators and writers of the pieces they sing and will work out of an office.
Professional singers in the music industry are the most noted public figures in the singing profession. Professional singers record their tracks in studios and often will spend hours in the editing booth with producers. Singers at this level are considered to be at the top of the profession and often have demanding travel and work schedules. Singers will be required to tour cities for months at a time performing on stage and promoting their music in stores and events, and will have tour buses to live out of while on the road.
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