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MA Voice Pedagogy student Jenna Brown set for busy year of presentations

Monday 4th March 2024

It gives us immense pride to share that MA Voice Pedagogy student Jenna Brown will be presenting her research at no fewer than five different events this year!

Jenna will initially present her paper Whose Voice Is It Anyway? Exploring The Impact Of Patriarchy And Feminism When Training And Caring For Singers at the ‘Gendering Music Matter. Power, Affects, and Infrastructures of Music Industries’ conference (an event at which MA Voice Pedagogy student Emily Lowe is also presenting at) in Copenhagen, Denmark from 14th-15th March 2024.

The following month will then see Jenna present The Use of Imagery to Support Singing Voice Rehabilitation: A Theoretical Exploration of Clean Language Coaching at the ‘Body, Mind & Music’ Symposium in Vienna, Austria (11th-13th April), before attentions turn to London.

At the end of June, Jenna will be organising and curating one of the streams (‘Transforming Vocology Through Interdisciplinary Perspectives’) at the London Conference in Critical Thought (28th-29th June). Meanwhile in July she will be presenting twice at the 42nd Annual PAMA International Symposium (18th-21st July), as hosted by the Performing Arts Medicine Association (PAMA).

The first PAMA presentation will be on behalf of a team and is titled Exploring the ethical value of the singing voice rehabilitation specialist in a multidisciplinary voice clinic team. The second presentation will revolve around Jenna’s own poster – Should Voice Rehabilitation Specialists Professionalise In The UK?

Last but not least, Jenna will head to Helsinki, Finland to present her paper Promoting Sustainable Voice Use: Investigating Imagery In Choral Education at the 36th ISME (International Symposium on Music Education) World Conference (28th July-2nd August).

Congratulations on such an amazing achievement, Jenna!

Jenna Brown

Jenna Brown is a mezzo-soprano performing as a soloist in concert and recital, as well as in choirs. She teaches singers of all ages 1:1 and in groups, working as teacher, vocal coach and conductor.

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