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ONLINE SHORT COURSES

Voice Workshop Ltd provides continuing professional development and teacher training for singing teachers, music directors and choral conductors.

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'Brain, Movement, and Song' with Dr Michel Belyk
Thursday 4th March at 5pm (UK time for 2 hours)

This workshop will provide a gross overview of brain anatomy with a focus on how the brain controls movement, and the voice in particular.

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4 Part Coaching and Mentoring Course with Teresa Shaw
Tuesday 9th, 16th, 23rd & 30th March, 5-7pm (UK time)

This four-part course will introduce you to the main principles and core skills of coaching and mentoring.  You will explore coaching theory, perspectives and models and will have the chance to develop your practical skills with interactive sessions.

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Acoustic 'Tips and Tricks' for the Classical Treble Voice with Kelley Hijleh
Thursday 18th March 5-7 pm (UK time)

Kelley Hijleh serves on the faculty of the Cali School of Music at Montclair State University, teaching studio voice and pedagogy, and also teaches voice at The King’s College in Manhattan.

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Two Part Course: 'Introduction to Accent Training and Accent Coaching' with Rockford Sansom
Wednesday 31st March & Wednesday 7th April 5.30-7.30pm UK Time

This training course is a two part course of online active workshops. You will receive four hours of live training from course leader Rockford Sansom.

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'Biofeedback in Vocal Pedagogy: Real-time success using mobile application technology' - with Heidi Moss Erickson
Thursday 15th April 2021 (5pm-7pm UK time)

This lecture will teach the science of biofeedback, how it relates to singing, and demonstrate the value of biofeedback for specific pedagogical aims.

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'Neuroscience-based Vocal Pedagogy' - with Heidi Moss Erickson
Thursday 22nd April 2021 (5pm-7pm UK time)

The goal of this lecture is to bridge the divide between traditional voice science and pedagogy with the most current research from other disciplines.

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Introduction to Somatic Voicework™ The LoVetri Method: A Body-Based Approach To Singing Contemporary Commercial Music - with Jeannette Lovetri
Thursday 6th May 2021, 5pm-7pm (UK Time)

Somatic Voicework™ The LoVetri Method is an organized method of vocal training for Contemporary Commercial Music (CCM) styles, (those styles that used to be called “non-classical) based upon somatic (physical) awareness and aural discernment.

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Sing to Beat Parkinson's Fundraising Workshop with Nicola Wydenbach
Thursday 20th May 2021 5-7pm UK time

Voice Workshop are holding a Fundraising Workshop for Sing to Beat Parkinson’s. All proceeds raised from this workshop will go towards founding a new Sing to Beat group in Northern Ireland led by Elizabeth Drwal, a researcher and practitioner in this area. The funds will establish a group for Parkinson’s sufferers, and it will pay for set up costs, practitioner delivery costs and premises/online work.

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A comparison of the physiologic and acoustic differences between CCM and Western Classical With Dr Kari Ragan
Thursday 27th May, 5-7pm UK time

In the past decade, the emerging benefits of cross-training voices have provided insight into developing healthy, efficient, and versatile singers. Cross-training voice athletes refers to building a balanced vocal mechanism regardless of the anticipated performance genre. For example, Western classical singers engage in “belting” exercises and CCM singers vocalize in registration and resonance strategies necessary for Western classical repertoire.

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Short Course Archive

A look back on our previous short courses, complete with clips and testimonials.

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