The tongue is the best friend you never knew you had! With Kerrie Obert
Thursday 4th February, 5pm-7pm (UK Time)

Course Details

The tongue is the most flexible structure in the vocal tract and because of this it plays a huge role in shaping the sounds you make.

So why does the tongue get blamed for everything?

In the course we will learn to use the tongue and explore how it contributes to production of singer’s formant and to the soulful sounds of many other genres.

Join tongue expert, Kerrie Obert, for this interactive course that goes beyond the research to practical applications.

About Kerrie

Kerrie Obert is a Speech Language Pathologist/Singing Health Specialist from Columbus, Ohio (USA).  She is co-founder of Integrated Vocal Pedagogy and Executive Principal of, an online continuing education platform. Ms. Obert spent nearly 20 years working as a part of an interdisciplinary team at The Ohio State University Voice & Swallowing Disorders Clinic where she performed thousands of endoscopies and conducted clinical research. She remains an adjunct faculty member in Otolaryngology at OSU and is actively involved in on-going research to study twang, ring, false vocal folds, velum and ethnophonetics. She has co-authored four books on the voice and has presented internationally.

Dates, Times and Fees

Thursday 4th February at 5pm (UK time) for 2 hours

This course is free for Voice Workshop's MA students on the MA/PGCert Professional Practice (Voice Pedagogy) programme and £30 (VAT inclusive) otherwise.

If you would like to book a place on this course, please use the payment form below or email

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