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Dealing With Jaw Tension: Options For Singers

Thursday 13th October 2022, 5:00 PM - 7:00 PM (London Time)

In this workshop, we will discuss the concept of jaw tension from multiple perspectives.

Why complicate a simple problem?

There are no simple problems, as everyone’s issues come from various factors.

We will unpack some possible underlying problems contributing to jaw tension and work the participant through self-interventions to remediate these concerns.

Walt Fritz

US-based physical therapist Walt Fritz teaches a unique interpretation of manual therapy to speech-language pathologists, voice professionals, and other related communities. His gentle, non-manipulative and interactive approach...

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Honing the Heart-Brain Connection to Enhance Energy and Optimise Performance
Thursday 18th April 2024
5:00 PM - 7:00 PM
(London Time)

Honing the Heart-Brain Connection to Enhance Energy and Optimise Performance

Brenda Belohoubek

The HeartMath® system includes a unique form of biofeedback that focuses on the heart-brain connection through heart rhythm coherence. It has been extensively researched and adopted by over 10,000 health professionals, hospitals, and organisations. This course will adapt these techniques for singers, enabling you to reach a high-performance state and maintain your overall health, allowing for greater creative potential and optimal performance.

The Voice in Neurodiversity Affirmative Music Therapy with Autistic People
Tuesday 23rd April 2024
12:00 PM - 2:00 PM
(London Time)

The Voice in Neurodiversity Affirmative Music Therapy with Autistic People

Hilary Davies

This lecture, delivered from a lived experience perspective, will begin with an explanation of the key concepts around neurodiversity, the neurodiversity paradigm, and some neurodiversity-informed theories within autism research, including a brief exploration of autistic communication and culture.

Queering Country Music: Conceptualising LGBTQIA+ Voices in a Contested Genre
Thursday 25th April 2024
12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
(London Time)

Queering Country Music: Conceptualising LGBTQIA+ Voices in a Contested Genre

James Barker

This course considers the way songs by LGBTQIA+ artists navigate country music aesthetics and definitions of genre, looking at the voice as a medium for articulating and reworking ideas of authenticity and genre identity. The presentation explores particular songs in depth...