Singing Teacher and Voice Professional Training, Short Courses and Events

Voice Study Centre (formerly Voice Workshop) provides voice pedagogy-based continuing professional development and teacher training for singing teachers, music directors and choral conductors.

Unless stated otherwise, our Online Short Courses are recorded and sent out to all pre-registered participants to watch in their own time.
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Voice Pedagogy Online May 2022

Come along to our informal Q&A evening to ask questions about the structure and content of the course and to meet our Director of Studies.


Finding Your Authorial Voice In Academic Writing
With Debbie Winter
Tuesday 31st May 2022 At 1-2pm (UK Time)
Just £10 To Book

This workshop will:

  • Explore the purpose of citation and examine different disciplinary approaches to citation
  • Explore the tension between humility and originality
  • Examine paradigm influences on the writing process
  • Explore the relationship between the author and the writer
  • Important Stylistic devices such as

The Necessity Of Trauma-Informed Voice Practices: Impact, Research, Scope
With Dr. Elisa Monti
Thursday 9th June 2022 At 5-7pm (UK Time)

In this course, participants will learn about the definition and importance of the term “trauma-informed”.

We will learn about the incidence and impact of trauma and explore ways for voice professionals and voice users to embody a trauma-informed approach feeling comfortable in their own role and scope.


Mix (Voce Chiusa, Close Timbre): What It Is And Effective Ways To Induce It
With Ken Bozeman
Thursday 16th June 2022 At 5-7pm BST

The cause, sounds (auditory targets) and sensations (somatosense) of mix or voce chiusa will be described, and effective strategies offered for its training, independent of genre.


Augmented Feedback Of Airflow: Towards The Development Of Flow Phonation In Voice Education
With Dr. Filipa M.B. Lã
Thursday 23rd June 3-5pm (UK Time)

Unlike instrumentalists, singers need to coordinate non-visible internal systems (i.e., breathing, vibratory, resonatory and articulatory) to produce sounds capable of conveying musicality.

To facilitate the achievement of such a skill, tools promoting augmented feedback of non-visible aspects of voice production have been applied when teaching singing.


Building A Healthy High Performance From The Inside
With Line Hilton
Thursday 30th June 2022 At 5-7pm BST

This session will help you assess your own resilience and give you some practical strategies and tools to help you build up your resilience so you can move forward, and upward.


Group Singing As A Complex Adaptive System (CAS)
With Dr. Dave Camlin
Thursday 7th July 2022 At 5-7pm (UK Time)

In this short course, Dr. Dave Camlin will outline some of the implications of understanding group singing as a complex adaptive system (CAS).

While perhaps hundreds of psychological, biological, social, and behavioural mechanisms might be implicated in the experience of singing together, how we understand such complex intra-actions presents an epistemological conundrum.


Acceptance and Commitment Coaching for Music Performance Anxiety
With Dr. David Juncos
Tuesday's 12th, 19th & 26th July 2022 at 5-7pm (UK time)

Acceptance and Commitment Coaching aims to promote mindfulness and acceptance of one’s unwanted symptoms of emotional distress, while also empowering one to engage in behavior of personal value more frequently.

This combined skillset of both mindfully accepting one’s symptoms, while also adding in and engaging with valued actions more frequently enables one to behave in a more resilient and psychologically flexible way, which is the overarching goal for ACC & ACT.


Accent Coaching: Tips For Working With Actors, Singers, And Directors
With Dr. Rocky Sansom
Thursday 21st July 2022 At 5-7pm (UK Time)

This two-hour workshop explores accent coaching from a variety of perspectives and includes practical strategies for coaching clients.

Topics will include coaching accents to clients with varying levels of experience, working with directors, adjusting to changing demands on stage or on set, exploring the different needs of actors and singers, and organizing session curriculum.


Short Course Archive

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

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