Voice Workshop Ltd provides continuing professional development and teacher training for singing teachers, music directors and choral conductors.
The MA Professional Practice (Voice Pedagogy) is a partnership between the Welsh Institute of Work Based Learning, University of Wales (Trinity St David) and Voice Workshop.
The writer's retreat is designed for both current and former students from all universities who have written research reports and wish to gain publication. The purpose is to develop a sense of community to facilitate and power the writing process.
This module is designed to give an insight into the different coaching and mentoring theoretical perspectives and practices. This module is accredited by The University of Wales Trinity St David and it awards 30 credits at level 7.
This interactive two-day workshop will guide you through the symptoms of the ageing voice and will explore teaching strategies to mitigate the impact of ageing.
The course covers detailed review of the functional anatomy of the Larynx and breathing apparatus (not as a landmark), referral criteria to Otolaryngologist, points in history taking and more.
This two-day workshop will place pedagogical development within the context of research literature and will highlight possible links between evidence-based research and practice.
Anna-Maria Hefele is a leading specialist in polyphonic overtone singing. This technique occurs when a person sings two notes at the same time. Join us in our rural, spiritual haven for this intimate, highly interactive workshop.
This course will give you a firm foundation in the development of children’s voices
Available to buy and watch now, this is a live recording of Voice Workshop’s ‘Life Cycle of the Voice’ day delivered and written by leading expert Dr Jenevora Williams.
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