Oct
20
to Oct 22

PAVA Conference

  • St. Michael's Li Ka Shing International Health Care Center (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

From the website:

Join us for the 2017 PAVA Symposium at the St. Michael's Li Ka Shing International Health Care Center in Toronto, CA.  From October 20-22 enjoy the benefit of sharing with the greater voice community as doctors, teachers from all vocal disciplines, scientists, performers, SLPs, and researchers reveal new, ongoing insights into how the voice functions, and ways to communicate that information effectively.  The call for papers will begin in early March, 2017. 

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Aug
30
to Sep 1

Cherishing Cross-Fertilizing Worlds (PEVOC)

  • Muziekcentrum De Bijloke (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

From the website:

"In the 16th century, Ghent’s flourishing industrial star fades. Dark times arise and even a district for the poor originates in 1534. An imperial claim for money, from Charles V, who has been born in the city of Ghent, elicits a rebellion. The citizens refuse to pay. Taunted by the stubbornness of the citizens, Charles V enters the city with a vast army on February 14th, 1540. Three days later 25 of the most prominent citizens are detained and sentenced to death. The city court apologizes, but simultaneously insists on preserving the historical privileges. Charles V is not amused and convicts the once glorious and rich city of Ghent to the status of an ordinary provincial town, on April, 29th 1540. The Spanish garrison makes camp in St Bavos abbey. Charles V, at that time living at Het Prinsenhof, confiscates all goods, seizes all treaties and removes the alarm bell Klokke Roeland from the Belfry, meanwhile fining the city a huge amount of money. This ‘Carolingian Concession’ is a punishment for Ghent’s disloyalty, mutiny, and disobedience. In response to this enormous humiliation, the inhabitants move towards Charles V, barefoot and dressed in black. At the tail of the procession, 50 ‘creesers’ appear, dressed in white with a rope around their neck as a symbol for the gallows. Ever since, a Ghent citizen is nicknamed towards that rope: Stroppendrager.

Regarding PEVOC12 the symbolism is clear. The rope not only refers to death on the gallows, but also to cutting off of the voice and deprivation of any means of verbal communication. It strangles the larynx, an organ to cherish above all others!

Furthermore, PEVOC12 wants to cherish Cross-fertilizing worlds. PEVOC12 strives to create a lively discussion forum in which experts of diverse fields share their experience and knowledge. Each daily period is dedicated to a specific topic, so that the conference addresses a large scope of disciplines and offers a broad variety. For this, of course, we also count on your contribution (see abstract, workshop and poster submission).

I would like to welcome you cordially to the 12th PEVOC edition in Ghent, Belgium, a marvelous historical city and also a vivacious contemporary one! The actual Conference (Wednesday, 30th of August through Friday, 1st of September) will be preceded by a preconference training course, organized by the European Academy of Voice.

The academic content of PEVOC12, housed within the cultural  opportunities in the Ghent area (historical buildings, museums, architecture, shopping, events,…) and beyond, guarantees a fruitful and pleasant stay in Belgium!

The PEVOC is an interdisciplinary conference for voice professionals to exchange knowledge about the human voice. PEVOC takes place in different European cities every two years.

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Aug
9
to Aug 12

Out of the Voice Box: Kinesiology and Motor Learning in the Voice Studio...Expanded!

  • Ann Arbor, MI United States (map)
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From the Facebook event page:

REGISTER (Early Bird: $375) HERE: http://bit.ly/2nY6tvM

Robert Sussuma MMus., Guild Certified Feldenkrais Practitioner
Marci Rosenberg, BM, MS, CCC-Speech Pathologist/Voice & Singing Specialist
Catherine Walker, Music Theatre Professor, workshop facilitator

This unique 4-Day workshop delves well beyond traditional vocal pedagogy practices combining numerous exercise physiology, Feldenkrais, and motor learning principles into an experiential format to fully explore and actually experience how to train the voice. Interwoven throughout the workshop of are a series of experiential Feldenkrais-based Awareness Through Movement lessons along with science-based, interactive lectures on vocal wellness and fitness including prevention of vocal fatigue, introduction to motor learning and exercise physiology principles including the biomechanics of vocal production and belting. Additional studio tools will be introduced and explored including variations of semi-occluded vocal tract exercises and hands-on techniques for releasing the tongue and jaw. 

This new, expanded curriculum will include hands-on learning and teaching practice in a group setting allowing participants to explore and try out these concepts in a “teaching” masterclass format. There will be specific emphasis on application of motor learning principals while teaching to promote internalization of new motor patterns for voice. Participants will emerge with a firm understanding of theory and application for the concepts introduced and explored providing them with an accessible “vocal roadmap” to successfully guide both themselves and their voice students with effective teaching to reach their full singing potential regardless of vocal style.

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Aug
2
to Aug 6

The Future of Singing (ICVT)

9th International Conference of Voice Teachers

From the website:

"We are delighted to inform you that we have already ensured the co-operation of Håkan Hagegård, Monica Groop, George Shirley, Aija Puurtinen, Bo Skovhus, Johan Sundberg and André de Quadros among our keynote teachers and presenters. We will gradually add names to this list and post more information about the congress on this website so please continue to watch for updates."

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Jul
22
to Jul 30

The LoVetri Institute for Somatic Voicework™ in Residence at Baldwin Wallace

  • Baldwin Wallace University (map)
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From the website:

July 22 -  24: Level I
July 25 – 27: Level II
July 28 – 30: Level III

Somatic Voicework™ is a body-based method of vocal pedagogy that incorporates physical awareness, aural acuity, kinesthetic development and vocal freedom. It is supported by voice science, vocal hygiene and medical information. It promotes technical security, stylistic accuracy and personal satisfaction. It honors the wholeness of healthy vocal use and the individuality of every vocal artist. It was developed to address contemporary commercial music but encompasses all styles. Past participants have come from all vocal disciplines and nearly every state as well as 13 foreign countries. Participants have remarked that the work is different, new, unique, powerful, honest and open-hearted.

The three-tiered course of LoVetri’s method, Somatic Voicework™, is comprehensive but accessible to everyone from singers not yet teaching to those with decades of experience. Vocal function is clearly explained, and the exercises presented are designed to empower teachers to create solutions for a wide variety of pedagogical needs. Since 21st-century music continues to diversify, the need to understand vocal function, vocal health and voice science has never been greater, and new tools are needed to supplement those that were used for the past two hundred years. These tools are found in Somatic Voicework™. There is no special jargon, nothing to prepare, and it avoids any direct manipulation of the structures in the throat. It has the honor of having had 12 nationally recognized laryngologists as lecturers and four highly acknowledged speech language pathologists as faculty over the past decade. The training days are filled with information, demonstration and application balanced with camaraderie, networking and social interaction among participants at all levels.

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Jul
17
to Jul 28

Summer Vocology Institute: Block 3

From the website:

Philosophy

The SVI is an intensive, efficient and innovative way to learn Vocology, the science and practice of voice habilitation. SVI is sponsored by The National Center for Voice and Speech, and the University of Utah.

A vocologist is any person who habilitates vocal behavior - a speech-language pathologist, otolaryngologist, singing teacher, or voice coach. Vocology has evolved recently from inter-relationships between speech science, medicine, theatre training and vocal pedagogy. This is not widely taught in academic institutions as an independent discipline. At the present time, only The University of Iowa has a formalized curriculum in Vocology, which is taught as a specialty track in speech-language pathology. Due to enrollment limitations, however, the program can only be offered to two or three vocology candidates per year.

In contrast to the limited supply of trained vocologists, the demand for their professional services is rising. Voice centers in the United States report an increasing caseload of patients needing the expertise of clinicians specially trained in voice. These people turn to voice centers either for rehabilitation and the return of functional voice or to benefit professionally from vocal habilitation by learning to optimize the efficiency and effectiveness of their speaking voices.

Eligibility

The Summer Vocology Institute's philosophy combines high standards with flexibility. Just as vocology has evolved from a number of disciplines, participants from a wide variety of backgrounds will be considered. Likewise, participants from various professional levels are welcomed. Students enrolled in graduate programs from any accredited institution are eligible and can earn graduate credits. Other participants will be those who have already earned their professional degrees, but would like to add vocology to their knowledge bases. SVI is open to interested individuals within the United States and abroad. Enrollment will be limited to ensure close interaction between faculty and course participants.

Location

The SVI courses will be hosted at the NCVS location at The University of Utah. Participants are encouraged to have their families and friends visit during free evenings and weekends to take advantage of Salt Lake City's many opportunities.

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Jul
15
to Jul 23

The New Contemporary Commercial Music Vocal Pedagogy Institute

From the website:

Session 1: Respiration and Phonation for CCM Singers, July 15-17, 2017

Taught by Matt Edwards with Wendy LeBorgne and Marci Rosenberg

This course explores the view that correcting faults at the vocal fold level will release other entaglements in the mechanism. Topics include:

  • Separation and development of heavy and light mechanism
  • How variations of airflow affect vocal quality
  • Exercise physiology
  • Developing the "mixed-voice"
  • Fundamentals of belt technique

Session 2: Resonance and Articulation for CCM Singers, July 18-20, 2017

Taught by Matt Edwards and featuring Keynote speaker Dr. Robert Sataloff

This course explores the view that correcting faults of the vocal tract will improve vocal fold function. Topics include:

  • How the larynx, soft palate, tongue, jaw, and lips interact in CCM singing styles
  • Motor learning theories
  • Advanced belt technique

Session 3: CCM styles and Performance Practice, July 21-23, 2017

Taught by Matt Edwards with Jeff Ramsey and special guest Sheri Sanders

This course covers topics that are essential for singers who have mastered the basic technical concepts introduced in sessions I and II. Topics include:

  • The technical ingredients of vocal styles
  • The rhythmic and melodic ingredients of vocal styles
  • Audio technology
  • Storytelling techniques
  • And round-robin sessions on how to apply functional training in the choral setting, how to prepare singers for the recording studio, tips for working with musical theatre performers, and how to audition for pop/rock musicals.
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Jul
13
to Jul 16

Vocal Pedagogy Professional Workshop

  • Boston Conservatory at Berklee (map)
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From the website:

The Vocal Pedagogy Professional Workshop (VPPW) is designed to provide collegiate and private voice instructors and vocal music educators with unique learning opportunities in both musical theater and classical voice pedagogy.

Topics will include:

  • Anatomy and Physiology of the Singing Mechanism
  • Developmental Repertoire for the Studio
  • Classical and Musical Theater Comparative Pedagogies
  • What is Belting? How Do I Teach It?
  • Systematic Voice Teaching
  • The Male Belt
  • Alexander Workshop and Master Class
  • Vocal Health
  • Breathing: An Informed Choose Your Own Adventure
  • Teaching Cross-Over Singing in the Voice Studio
  • Registration: Keeping It Simple
  • Master Classes in Classical and Musical Theater
  • The Efficient Physical and Vocal Warm Up

Courses are taught by Boston Conservatory at Berklee faculty, prestigious master teachers and guests, and doctors and staff from the Massachusetts General Hospital (MGH) Voice Center.

Faculty

  • Kevin Wilson, program director
  • Tara Stadelman-Cohen SLP-SVS, Massachusetts General Hospital Voice Center
  • Mary Saunders-Barton, guest instructor, Pennsylvania State University, Director of Bel Canto/Can Belto
  • Sheri Sanders, author Rock the Audition
  • Penelope Bitzas, guest instructor, Boston University
  • Bradley Williams, guest instructor, New England Conservatory
  • Ian Howell, guest instructor, New England Conservatory
  • William Cotten
  • Sara Goldstein
  • Michael Hanley
  • Patty Thom
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Jun
26
to Jul 14

Summer Vocology Institute: Block 2

From the website:

Philosophy

The SVI is an intensive, efficient and innovative way to learn Vocology, the science and practice of voice habilitation. SVI is sponsored by The National Center for Voice and Speech, and the University of Utah.

A vocologist is any person who habilitates vocal behavior - a speech-language pathologist, otolaryngologist, singing teacher, or voice coach. Vocology has evolved recently from inter-relationships between speech science, medicine, theatre training and vocal pedagogy. This is not widely taught in academic institutions as an independent discipline. At the present time, only The University of Iowa has a formalized curriculum in Vocology, which is taught as a specialty track in speech-language pathology. Due to enrollment limitations, however, the program can only be offered to two or three vocology candidates per year.

In contrast to the limited supply of trained vocologists, the demand for their professional services is rising. Voice centers in the United States report an increasing caseload of patients needing the expertise of clinicians specially trained in voice. These people turn to voice centers either for rehabilitation and the return of functional voice or to benefit professionally from vocal habilitation by learning to optimize the efficiency and effectiveness of their speaking voices.

Eligibility

The Summer Vocology Institute's philosophy combines high standards with flexibility. Just as vocology has evolved from a number of disciplines, participants from a wide variety of backgrounds will be considered. Likewise, participants from various professional levels are welcomed. Students enrolled in graduate programs from any accredited institution are eligible and can earn graduate credits. Other participants will be those who have already earned their professional degrees, but would like to add vocology to their knowledge bases. SVI is open to interested individuals within the United States and abroad. Enrollment will be limited to ensure close interaction between faculty and course participants.

Location

The SVI courses will be hosted at the NCVS location at The University of Utah. Participants are encouraged to have their families and friends visit during free evenings and weekends to take advantage of Salt Lake City's many opportunities.

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Jun
7
to Jun 9

The Singing Voice Science Workshop

  • John J. Cali School of Music at Montclair State University (map)
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From the website:

The Singing Voice Science Workshop is a friendly and inviting gathering of singing voice professionals who desire to become more familiar and comfortable with the science of the singing voice. Egos and know-it-all attitudes are left at the door as everyone, from the advanced scientist or practitioner to the curious novice, is welcome to learn about and explore in depth the exciting world of the science of singing.
 
Designed as a summit where pedagogy, science, and performance converge, topics covered include anatomy and physiology, voice pedagogy for classical and popular vocal styles, basic acoustics, vocal fold mechanics, psychology of performance, and other performance issues related to both popular and classical vocal styles. Our presenters are some of the foremost experts in their fields and they are excited to share their knowledge and expertise with you.
 
The VoceVista voice feedback system is featured as our instrument-of-choice for demonstrating vocal fold physiology and acoustic output. Donald Gray Miller, the founder and designer of VoceVista, is an integral part of The Singing Voice Science Workshop and looks forward to sharing his passion for voice feedback and its applications to your voice studio or college program.
 
This workshop is for teachers of singing and voice pedagogy as well as for professional singers, students of singing, and speech language pathologists who desire to know more about singing voice science. Whether you’d like to brush-up your pedagogy and science skills, learn the basics of acoustics, or familiarize yourself with VoceVista, this is the workshop for you.

ontclair State University is located less than 20 miles from New York City, which is easily accessible by car, bus, or train. Consider adding a couple of days on either side of The Singing Voice Science Workshop for a visit to spectacular New York City!

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Jun
6
to Jun 10

Know Your Voice - Jacobs School of Music Summer Intensive

From the website:

Please join us for a voice pedagogy summer intensive: Know Your Voice. The voice department at the Jacobs School of Music, in conjunction with the department of Speech and Hearing Sciences in the College of Arts and Sciences, is holding a weeklong voice course (June 6 - 10, 2017) covering the most salient aspects of voice/speech production. The concepts will be illuminated in both a lecture and workshop format where participants will have the opportunity to experience different systems involved in voice production in a "hands on" setting. This course will include instruction from Professor Brian Gill (voice performance and pedagogy), Professor Brian Horne (voice performance and pedagogy), Professor Rita Patel (speech and hearing sciences), Professor Filipa La (voice science/pedagogy, Portugal), Dr. Stacey Halum (otolaryngology), Dr. Noah Parker (otolaryngology), Professor Preeti Sivasankar (speech and hearing sciences), and world-renowned voice scientist, Professor Johan Sundberg (KTH, Sweden).

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Jun
5
to Jun 23

Summer Vocology Institute: Block 1

From the website:

Philosophy

The SVI is an intensive, efficient and innovative way to learn Vocology, the science and practice of voice habilitation. SVI is sponsored by The National Center for Voice and Speech, and the University of Utah.

A vocologist is any person who habilitates vocal behavior - a speech-language pathologist, otolaryngologist, singing teacher, or voice coach. Vocology has evolved recently from inter-relationships between speech science, medicine, theatre training and vocal pedagogy. This is not widely taught in academic institutions as an independent discipline. At the present time, only The University of Iowa has a formalized curriculum in Vocology, which is taught as a specialty track in speech-language pathology. Due to enrollment limitations, however, the program can only be offered to two or three vocology candidates per year.

In contrast to the limited supply of trained vocologists, the demand for their professional services is rising. Voice centers in the United States report an increasing caseload of patients needing the expertise of clinicians specially trained in voice. These people turn to voice centers either for rehabilitation and the return of functional voice or to benefit professionally from vocal habilitation by learning to optimize the efficiency and effectiveness of their speaking voices.

Eligibility

The Summer Vocology Institute's philosophy combines high standards with flexibility. Just as vocology has evolved from a number of disciplines, participants from a wide variety of backgrounds will be considered. Likewise, participants from various professional levels are welcomed. Students enrolled in graduate programs from any accredited institution are eligible and can earn graduate credits. Other participants will be those who have already earned their professional degrees, but would like to add vocology to their knowledge bases. SVI is open to interested individuals within the United States and abroad. Enrollment will be limited to ensure close interaction between faculty and course participants.

Location

The SVI courses will be hosted at the NCVS location at The University of Utah. Participants are encouraged to have their families and friends visit during free evenings and weekends to take advantage of Salt Lake City's many opportunities.

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May
31
to Jun 4

Annual Symposium: Care of the Professional Voice (Voice Foundation)

From the website:

"The annual symposium is a five-day meeting featuring advanced programming presented by leading professionals in the voice care field. Papers, Posters, Workshops and Panels are presented to educate the scientific and artistic communities about advances being made in voice science, care and training. Voice professionals, including surgeons, scientists, speech-language pathologists, voice teachers, performing artists and students from all over the world come to gather the most up-to-date research findings, therapeutic techniques, and improved surgical methods in the field of voice medicine.  They network with colleagues, see product demonstrations, learn cutting-edge techniques and earn continuing education credits.

It is a CME and CEU -accredited Voice Symposium from May 31 through June 4, 2017.

The program is designed to foster future researchers and teachers. As part of the symposium, we give young researchers an opportunity to talk with and learn from senior scientists by first presenting their research as posters and, as they progress, as oral presentations. We offer research awards including Van Lawrence Fellowship, Sataloff Young Investigator Award, Hamdan International Presenters Award, Best Student Presentation, Poster Awards and Best Paper Awards.

During the symposium, the New Investigators Research Forum gives two young researchers the opportunity to present their research-in-progress to the world’s most respected scientists in the field for feedback.

More than 400 voice care professionals attend, including a strong faculty attendance from hospitals and universities world-wide. Papers presented at this Symposium educate the public and the scientific community on the latest advances in voice science and care."

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May
19
to May 21

Singing Voice Summit Nashville: The Perfect Cocktail of Science and Artistry

  • Scarritt Bennett Center (map)
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From the website:

Mix the just-right cocktail of practical vocal science and contemporary vocal artistry. Add a splash of holistic connection and community. Infuse the vibrant, hometown musical atmosphere of Nashville. Pour it into a crystal goblet and you get:

  • Power of vocal science to bring out nuance, dynamics, and best function of your clients’ or your own voice.
  • Knowledge of how to sing in the studio versus live.
  • Information about current technology for your vocal studio and home production to master production trends of 2017.
  • Perspective of a panel with representatives from four pillars of contemporary voice: vocologist, vocal coach, vocal producer, and singer songwriter.
  • Experience of hands-on small group sessions led by expert vocal coaches to practice application of vocal science to artistry.
  • Communion of like-minded music industry professionals.
  • Time to immerse yourself in Music City.

Featured Speakers

Dr. Kelly Garner
Chase Foster
Line Hilton
Lisa Haupert

Breakout Course Leaders

Jenny Wolfe
Kelly Hopenjans
Caitlin Anselmo
Desmond Kirkland

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Feb
24
to Feb 26

International Voice Teachers of Mix (IVTOM) Teacher Conference

From the website:

Teacher Training in California with mentor teachers Rocio Guitard and Chrissy Cooley around the topic of Flow Phonation and Exhalation Oriented Singing. The workshop will take place on February 24th - 26th in Mountain View, CA.

For more information contact:
Radina Veliova - IVTOM Area Coordinator CA/OR

P | (818) 824 8331
P | (415) 990 3079
E | vocalsonstage@gmail.com
www.vocals-on-stage.com

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Oct
15
1:30 PM13:30

Sing the Body Electric: Wellness for Performers and Teachers (NATS)

From the website:

"Join NATS for a workshop at the beautiful Marriott Mission Valley in San Diego; this NATS Winter Workshop offers sessions to help both performers and their teachers find greater freedom in their bodies. Exploring various modalities, including the Alexander Technique, Body Mapping and Yoga for Singers, our expert clinicians bring decades of experience in helping musicians find greater physical awareness and freedom.

"A primer on the Alexander Technique, followed by master class sessions to apply the technique in one’s singing and teaching lead us to greater body awareness. In-depth sessions on Body Mapping help participants to produce efficient, coordinated, effective movement. Body Mapping, over time, with application, allows any musician to sing or play like a natural. It is a tool that is useful in many different setti ngs from music studios to exercise studios and to all of the somatic disciplines. YogaVoice® explores the eight fold path of Classical Yoga and its application to the lives and work of performing artists, voice professionals, and people who are interested in improving their communication skills and connecting to their innate creativity.
 
"YogaVoice® is an organic way of working with an individual to bring balance and integrity to both the physical instrument and the creative Self, and can complement any vocal method. We complement our focus on the performer’s body by addressing neurological issues of both singing and teaching."

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Sep
16
to Sep 18

The Power of Emotion: Engaging Primal Sound in Contemporary Singing Styles

  • Queensland Conservatorium, Griffith University (map)
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From the website:

This is ANATS Qld chapter’s major event for the year! We’re excited to announce a full weekend of activities and presentations in this Symposium, addressing good practice in contemporary and contemporary choral singing, with international keynote speakers Mark de-Lisser and Dane Chalfin. Also featuring a world first – a real-time video-endoscopy of CCM singers performing across a variety of genres. Not to be missed!
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Jul
23
10:00 AM10:00

Rhythm, Runs, and Reason: Tools for Singing Gospel and Soul Music

From the website:

Internationally recognised as one of the leading pedagogues in gospel and soul voice training, Dr. Trineice Robinson-Martin will present an interactive workshop discussing the stylistic improvisatory tools used in gospel and soul singing. You will be guided in understanding ways of style components such as:

  • melodic and textual improvisation;
  • vocal nuances;
  • vocal textures; and
  • tempos used to musically articulate one’s emotional expression in the interpretation of song.
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Jul
18
to Jul 29

The National Center for Voice & Speech Summer Vocology Institute

With Dr. Ingo Titze and other teachers

BLOCK 3: VOCOLOGY FOR PERFORMERS

From the website:

A comparison of kinesthetic techniques for the singing/acting voice through a practical exploration of relaxation, posture, breathing, tone quality, diction, and interpretation. The student will gain an understanding of diverse methods of voice training in both singing and acting with practical application to their own voice use.
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Jun
22
to Jun 25

Out of the Voice Box: Kinesiology and Motor Learning in the Voice Studio

Workshop in NYC for singers, voice teachers, coaches and voice clinicians with Marci Rosenberg and Robert Sussuma

From the event page:

This unique workshop delves well beyond traditional vocal pedagogy practices by combining numerous Exercise Physiology, the Feldenkrais Method, and Motor Learning principles into an experiential format that fully explores how to train the voice in an process-oriented way. 
Throughout the workshop, a series of Feldenkrais Awareness Through Movement® lessons will be interwoven with science-based, interactive lectures. Topics will include: vocal wellness, maintenance and fitness, in addition to the biomechanics of voice production with specific emphasis registration and belting. Many studio tools will be introduced and explored from variations of semi-occluded vocal tract exercises to hands-on techniques for releasing the tongue and jaw. 
With a firm understanding of the foundational theory and a wide array of studio applications, participants will emerge from this experience with a new perspective on voice training and a "vocal roadmap” to facilitate both effective problem-solving for challenging issues and successfully guide their own voice and the voices of their students to a more optimal state of vocal fitness and conditioning.
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Jun
1
to Jun 4

Association for Popular Music Education Conference

POPULAR/COMMERCIAL-CENTRIC VOICE PEDAGOGY CLASSES

  • Matthew Edwards | What Science Can Teach Us about the Singing Voice and Why it Matters
  • Kat Reinhert | Techniques in the Contemporary Voice Studio
  • Matthew Edwards | Teaching Rock Singers Without Destroying Their Voices

POPULAR/COMMERCIAL-CENTRIC MUSIC EDUCATION CLASSES OUT THE WAZOO. HERE'S JUST A FEW:

  • Martina Vasil | Integrating Popular Music and Informal Music Learning Practices: A Multiple Case Study of Secondary School Music Teachers Enacting Change in Music Education
  • Sarah Morrison and Donna DuPuy | Bridging the Gap: Linking Pedagogy and Technology for Popular Music Educators
  • Toby W. Rush | Sufjan, Spektor, and Solfege: Popular Music as Aural Skills Exercises
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