The human voice is the most natural musical instrument. One who sings is called a singer or vocalist.
Singing is a skill that requires highly developed muscle reflexes. Individuals can develop their voices further through the careful and systematic practice of both songs and vocal exercises. Singing does not require much muscle strength but it does require a high degree of muscle coordination.
Excellence in singing may require time, dedication, instruction, and regular practice.
India Carney is an American singer, songwriter, arranger and actress. Born and raised in New York, India made her national television debut on NBC’s Emmy Award-winning “The Voice”. She wowed audiences and four highly acclaimed celebrity judges as the former Top 5 Artist with her passionate vocal restraint and versatile evenness of tone. MStars News reported Brooklyn native India Carney “has a voice of gold”. NY Times columnist, David Brooks, gave India rave reviews in his editorial for her version of Lady Gaga’s dance hits. India has performed for David Foster, Lady Gaga, Christina Aguilera, Jason Derulo, and many others. She previously appeared at NYC’s Apollo Theater, The Bitter End, California’s Jazz Night at The W, and STAPLES Center. Musical theatre credits include Jay Sheib’s Carmen (Carmen), AIDA (Aida), and A Chorus Line (Diana), just to name a few. Among India’s many awards she was named a 2011 U.S. Presidential Scholar in the Arts and National YoungArts Winner in Voice. A distinguished graduate of UCLA, India earned her B.A. in Music -Voice Performance and minor in Music Industry. She is an alumna of LaGuardia High School of Music & Art and Performing Arts (The “Fame” School), and the Manhattan School of Music Precollege.