Learn the questions Voice Teachers can ask at the beginning of lessons instead of “How are you?” when you just don’t have the capacity to be a pseudo-therapist for your singer/client (you know those low-key energy vampires) and need some emotional regulation.
Typically, even as Spanish language music makes its way into the western classical canon, it is predominantly European Spanish. With this presentation, see some of the history behind Mexican vocal music and be encouraged to add this beautiful repertoire to your studio. This VCB is perfect for the teacher looking to expand their repertoire offerings beyond the top 24 Italian hits and feel confident about assigning music from Mexico.
In this presentation, Dr. Bethany Turpin presents her research on Voice Image, a new paradigm she is developing to help us understand how about how we think about our own voices. In addition to presenting this research, Bethany will also facilitate a discussion about voice identity. This is aimed at voice teachers and singers who want to understand their relationship to their own voices and to understand how students might relate to their voices.
“What is Barbershop?” is an overview describing barbershop history, voice parts, and chord breakdowns.
This is for teachers interested in how neuroscience works in singing, and wanting usable tools without being overwhelmed.” Join Meredith Colby in this exploration of neuroscience in the voice studio! Singing is a very complex behavior, but at its core it’s a motor skill. Your brain has reliable and predictable systems for creating, disrupting, and altering motor skills. Want to utilize these systems in your teaching studio? How about your own singing? Let’s talk neuroscience, y’all!