To celebrate World Voice Day, Jenny Caire (Estill Mentor and Course Instructor) and Samantha U’Ren (Clinical Singing Voice Pathologist) are bringing their knowledge and love of voice together to help Music Theatre singers understand and look after their voices in a 2- hour interactive and fun workshop. Tuesday April 16th 12md – 2pm Golden PebbleContinue reading “Be kind with your voice”
If you’re in the drama or singing trade, you may be interested to come along to “A night all about voice” The line up of expert speakers promise that you will take away something new, for yourself or those you work with. This is a FREE event bought to you by Voice Centre Australia forContinue reading “A night all about voice”
A unique opportunity for all Singing and Drama Teachers, Senior Students and Vocal performers to get up-close-&-personal with Sydney’s Judith Rough; Soprano, Speech Therapist and Clinical Voice Therapist. Saturday 6th April 3.30-5pm Joan Sutherland Performing Arts Centre Penrith NSW Tickets $15- $25 Bookings: https://www.thejoan.com.au/events/masterclass-care-of-the-performing-voice/
Help spread the word with these great Voice Awareness Month posters. APRIL is VAM so start downloading and scoping out those flat surfaces now…. be ready to plaster the walls, floors, doors and windows…. help us to paint the town “VOICE”. oops …just tricking… click HERE
Now here is a unique opportunity for ALL people interested in voice and voice disorders. The AustralianDysphoniaNetwork.org has partnered with US based VocalDisorders.org to bring you an online summit over 6 days. Some of the brightest Voice Health professionals in the world will present on a range of voice topics – right alongside people whoContinue reading “2017 – ThisIsMyVoice”
This unique WVD event was hosted by the Australian Acoustic Society together with UNSW Faculty of Science, School of Physics. Understanding the Human Voice was presented by Dr Noel Hanna and the video is shared here for your viewing pleasure…. while you can also read his most recent publication, “Why the human voice is so versatile” Enquiries
Whether you are in the market for some ‘sound advice’ or just want a day of sharing the joy of singing, the inaugural fundraiser of Australian National Association of Singing Teachers (ANATS) is for you. ‘Sound Advice’ on Sunday 26th April is an event which will raise funds to support singers and singing teachers withContinue reading “2015 – Singers, Stage Presence and good solid Sound Advice”
Take a peek at the latest research on the use of voice as an educational resource …a must read for all of our teachers and lecturers.
We stumbled across this entertaining read by Kristie Knickerbocker, MS, CCC-SLP. Kristie is a speech-language pathologist and singing voice specialist in Fort Worth, Texas and writes a regular blog for the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association. Whether you are a speech pathologist, singer, vocal performer…or just someone who is interested in the application of science in the everyday worldContinue reading “mythbusting… mixed with a giggle”
An interesting article for teachers, hot off the press from Italy. Your voice is key to your occupation so it pays to take good care of it.