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!