Our keynote speaker this year is Kenneth Bozeman, Professor of Music, tenor, holds performance degrees from Baylor
University and the University of Arizona, and subsequently studied at the State Conservatory
of Music in Munich on a Rotary fellowship. Keynote speech, 'Correlating Sources: Historic Pedagogy, Voice Science, & Innate Response to Expressive Impulse'
From Ivory Towers to Grass Roots: How Research Informs Practice.
Singing Rehabilitation: The Singer’s Road to Recovery.
Endoscopic Interpretation of Singing Gestures
Kerrie Obert, is a speech language pathologist in Columbus, Ohio (USA) over 20 years’ experience in the diagnosis and treatment of voice disorders. Ms. Obert is currently on the faculties of both The Ohio State University Department of Otolaryngology and Capital University Music Conservatory.
‘Open throat, open mind: A matter of perspective in voice science and voice training.’
‘Function or Fancy - which does the brain prefer?
‘Flexible Voices – Studying Voice Production Using MRI of the Brain and Vocal Tract.’
‘Pop Pastiche as Pure and Plastic Pedagogy.’
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