The Australian Dysphonia Network is using WVD as the platform to make us pause and reflect on the true value of voice. By launching their 90second promo clip today, they hope to generate conversations and thought about the meaning of voice in our everyday life. Please share the clip… and the message.
Students of Cairns Voice Studio & emerging artists are invited to connect to celebrate the joy of singing, and share each other’s journey, vision, and performances together online in The Zoom Room on World Voice Day – April 16th. More details HERE
Another fabulous online learning opportunity for World Voice Day Australia and beyond. This time bought to you by Australian National Association of Teachers of Singing Ltd – ANATS QLD Chapter Who can resist the thought of a ‘Naked Vocalist’ …. but this one comes with plenty of credentials, so join in via zoom. Registration : http://www.trybooking.com/BJHZE
The COVID-19 outbreak is significantly impacting the way laryngology and voice services are delivered. In many services “non-essential” laryngoscopies have discontinued until control of the outbreak is reached and ENTs are slowly being pulled into more critical services. To support clinicians during this time, the Dr Liang Voice Program at the University of Sydney isContinue reading “FREE Webinar for Clinicians on 14th April”
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”
Back again in 2019 with all the heart, the commitment and showbiz – but a fresh new line-up. Sydney Gay and Lesbian Choir, ‘Gia’ and funny man Anthony Ackroyd will lead the way, supported by Judith Rough, Sheridan Gaudry, Steven Brown, Riverlands Harmony Chorus, Blue Mountains Musical Society, Music House students, Nordoff-Robbins KeyWord Sign ChoirContinue reading “More Voices in the Valley in 2019”
Celebrate the magic of voice while raising funds for those who struggle to be heard. Hope we see you there.
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/