In his third book, Dan Montez has laid out the psychological path to becoming a true artist, and in particular and opera singer. His first book, Don’t Believe it, was motivational. His second, Singing for Your Supper, filled in the gaps left by educational institutions that opera singers need to build and maintain a successful career. Now, finally, Singing in Your Sleep explains clearly why so many people that want careers in the arts cannot make it. It discusses the intense and powerful psychology of opera singers and the specific changes you will need to make to your personality to become a great artist. Singing in Your Sleep ultimately gives you the necessary tools you will need if you deeply desire to become an opera singer or any other kind of artist. It will teach you the how to develop the habits and lifestyle of the artist and keep you from sabotaging your career. You can be an artist and you can make money. Don’t let anyone tell you anything different.
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Dan Montez has been an opera singer and stage director for twenty-five years. He has performed principal roles in or directed more than one hundred productions and has appeared in numerous houses, including San Francisco Opera, Carnegie Hall and Lincoln Center. For over a fifteen years, he has been General Director of Taconic Opera in New York state, and is also a concert pianist, conductor, composer, and pedagogue. He is the author of Singing For Your Supper: What they don’t teach you in school about an opera career and Don't Believe it: How to follow your dreams in spite of those who say you can't. He has been a featured cover story in magazines including Classical Singer and Norman Vincent Peale's Positive Living.
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