Voice coach and EMT Molly Webb talks about her favorite Estill Voice Training techniques to use with students in the audition preparation process.
Take a "breather" By Mary McDonald Klimek, Estill Voice International Vice- President My Apple Watch reminds me to breathe several times a day. Does it think I might forget? It is so busy tracking my daily activities and urging me to do more, that I truly appreciate it when the tapping on my wrist is asking [...]
EMCI Spotlight: Cari Tellis This trainer spotlight features Dr. Cari Tellis, an EMCI, certified speech-language pathologist, and professor in the Speech-Language Pathology Department at Misericordia University in Dallas, Pennsylvania, USA. Her ground-breaking research on implicit and explicit learning has changed thinking in how voice instruction is approached. She is also the founder of PATAsphere, a [...]
EFP Bram Versteegen shares his thoughts and recommendations for teachers working with adolescents during their voice change.
Estill Master Trainer Jeremy Ryan Mossman continues his thoughts on using Kolb's Experiential Learning Wheel as a model to help students explore and achieve performance results in the voice studio.
Estill Master Trainer David Dal Brun explains how his love of linguistics laid the foundation for discovering and embracing EVT in his singing and teaching.
Estill Voice International will present the 9th Estill World Voice Symposium at King’s College London, August 9th-11th. The preliminary program and list of presenters are now available online.
Mary McDonald Klimek muses on how the complexities of listening affect our understanding of voice quality and diction.
This trainer spotlight features Karen Perta, an Estill Master Trainer and voice pathologist who is completing her doctoral studies at Ohio State University. She will be part of the Estill Research and Clinical Application panel discussion at the 9th Estill World Voice Symposium.
Estill Master Trainer Jeremy Ryan Mossman discusses how students' learning styles may impact their preferred approach to performing and practicing voice.