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

Short Course Block Bundle

Our Block Bundle offers 5 courses for the price of 4, a great saving of 20%!


Singing for Trauma and Mental Health: Short Course Training - December 3rd &10th at 5pm-7pm (UK Time)

We are now offering Singing for Health training in association with the Singing for Health Network. This course forms part of our MA but can be studied as a standalone option.


Singing for Health Network Series
Workshop 4 with Sophie Garner: Singing for Stroke
5pm – 7pm (UK time)
December 3rd

The session will cover:

  • Stroke and the population
  • Brain function and personality
  • Types of brain injury
  • Depression and brain injury
  • Working with the client group
  • Developing an evidence based framework
  • Exercises to take away

Singing for Health Network Series
Workshop 5 with Elizabeth Stuttard: Singing for Parkinsons
5pm – 7pm (UK time)
December 10th

 Voice Workshops

Health and wellbeing: Singing for Parkinson’s


  • The student will gain a holistic understanding of the symptoms of Parkinson’s.
  • The student will understand the neural, cognitive, and motor learning challenges present within sessions.
  • Teachers and facilitators will experience how to use their existing knowledge of vocal pedagogy and body mapping to create an enhanced singing programme specifically targeting the needs of their clients.

Singing for Health and Trauma (5 week course, 13th Jan-10th Feb 2021) with Emily Foulkes

A course which combines research, theory and practice to equip Singing and Voice practitioners with knowledge and practical skills to understand how Singing can promote Mental Health and Well-being.


'Introduction to Fitzmaurice Voicework and Pedagogical Connections' with Jedd Owen-Ellis Clark
Thursday 14th January, 5pm (UK time)

This is a 2 hour introductory session into Fitzmaurice Voicework®, aiming to help you sense the fundamentals of the work, connect to your own learning and experience of the body:voice, and give you possible openings of curiosity into allowing the voice to be unique, authentic, present, resonant, alive and communicative.  Fitzmaurice Voicework combines adaptations of classical voice training techniques with modifications of yoga, shiatsu, bioenergetics, energy work, and many other disciplines. This integration serves to harmonise the voluntary and involuntary aspects of the nervous system which can affect the voice.

Through deep and practical explorations of the dynamics between body, breath, voice, imagination, and language, the work develops vibrant voices that communicate intention and feeling without excess effort.

Chris Johnson

'Shouldering The Blame - Exploring the Upper Body In Voice Training & Rehabilitation' - With Chris Johnson, Tuesday 16th February 5pm (UK Time)

One reasonably well explored principle in voice production is how the breathing system can and does adapt to the larynx, be it the register, resistance or possibly a pathological problem.

As we explore this principle, there are common adaptations that happen in the upper body that can be assessed using the arms.

This makes the arms and shoulders a valuable part of assessing singers understanding the singing ‘system’ and eventually deciding the training route.


'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.


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.


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.


'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.


'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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