Students and Alumni to present at the National Singing Symposium

 In Student & Alumni News

This image shows the National Singing Symposium logo which is purple with white text. Voice Study Centre students and alumni will be presenting at this event.

The National Singing Symposium takes place on 8th November 2022.

It’s completely online and features vocal pedagogy research presentations, as well as practical workshops.

We are thrilled that a number of our current MA Voice Pedagogy students and alumni have been asked to present.

Details of presentations:

Applying a Clean Approach to Traditional Imagery Based Voice Pedagogy – Jenna Brown, Cohort F

Purposeful Distraction – Colin Reed, Alumni.

Singing and Songwriting: a tool kit for wellbeing in primary & secondary education – Sophie Garner, Alumni.

Bitchin Pitching – Heather Baker, Cohort F.

Inclusive approaches to teaching trans/gender non-conforming voices in the singing studio – Mike Woodhams, Alumni.

We’d like to wish the best of luck to those presenting!

Tickets are available here.

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