Accredited by the University of Wales Trinity Saint David
Voice Study Centre facilitates the study of Voice Pedagogy (Vocal Pedagogy).
Since our incorporation in 2017, we are rapidly building an international reputation as a provider of excellence, having already achieved high regard at a national level.
Our MA Professional Practice (Voice Pedagogy) programme provides a highly flexible online research pathway for singing teachers, vocal coaches, choral directors, voice coaches, and speech and language therapists. Students can focus on a chosen research area within a blended learrning environment, allowing them to effectively tailor the programme to their own practice needs. We welcome both UK and International applicants.
Many of our MA students have gone on to publish their research - see here.
In addition to our Master's course, we provide a rich and varied programme of short courses and presentations by guest speakers on a weekly basis, to suit anybody that has an interest in the voice!
Our MA Professional Practice (Voice Pedagogy) programme provides a flexible pathway for you to focus on your chosen research area within a Professional Practice framework.
The Foundation course facilitates access to Higher Education for those who would otherwise be excluded. We work alongside you to improve your academic skills, such as academic research, writing, and keeping to a tight deadline. The Foundation Course is a precursor to MA Voice Pedagogy.
Student & Alumni News
MA Voice Pedagogy degree helps US alumnus Matt Asti secure new role
Voice Study CentreFriday 1st December 2023
It gives us great pleasure to share that MA Voice Pedagogy alumnus Matt Asti has recently started a new artist-lecturer role (adjunct faculty) at Moravian University, a private liberal arts university in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania.Read More...
Joan O’Malley: From MA to PhD
Jody SparrowTuesday 28th November 2023
We send our warmest congratulations to MA Voice Pedagogy alumna Joan O’Malley, who in October 2023 enrolled as a PhD candidate at Technological University Dublin (TU Dublin) under the supervisorship of Dr Rachel Talbot and Dr Helen Lawlor!Read More...
What lies beyond independent research? (Are Research-Practice Partnerships a useful next step?)
Claire ThomasMonday 27th November 2023
Theory, defined by Wacker (1998) as being made up of 'conceptual definitions, domain limitations, relationship-building and predictions', is an important driver of practice (Brinegar et al., 2022). Without it, practice can become dull or dangerous (Wacker, 1998). As practitioners in our field, we are...Read More...