If you want to be a soprano singer, it is crucial that you are fully aware of your voice and understand where your limitations lie. While many notes will probably be quite challenging to you, the last thing that you want to do is strain in order to reach them.
Warming up is vital and stay in your comfort range of notes at first. Many people find it quite helpful to record themselves singing so they can hear how they actually sound. You will probably be surprise at how different you sound when you listen to the recording.
If you are just beginning your soprano career, it is recommended to pick a type of music that you are interested in and really concentrate on singing just that style. If you jump all over from rock to country to classical in one practice session, you’re not really allowing yourself the time or opportunity to fully develop your sound.
You may also find it both fun and helpful to join a choir. Singing with a group of people allows you to hear how your voice sounds in comparison to those singing at different levels. Choirs are also a good way to get yourself noticed because many will offer solos for their soprano singers. This really gives you the opportunity to showcase your talent.
Whether you join a choir or not, never pass up the chance to sing and make a name for yourself. You can start out just singing karaoke and once you get comfortable with the microphone and really connecting with your audience, then you can sing at open mic nights at local venues. Doing this will allow you to build yourself a following of people that appreciate your voice and want to support you. This way, when you do get your first gig, you will have a good group of people to come out and cheer you on.
It is always a good idea to exchange email addresses with people or even start your own Facebook or MySpace music page. This way you can hand out business cards and allow people to come to your page and hear a few song clips. Singing soprano is a position that when done very well, can land you an extremely exciting career.