NOW ACCEPTING NOMINATIONS!
The Estill Lifetime Achievement Award (ELAA) recognizes outstanding individuals from within and outside the EVT® community who have made significant contributions to the field of voice. Candidates for this award have served as role models and have devoted their careers to the advancement of voice research, performance, and/or voice education. These individuals have inspired others where voice is concerned. ELAA recipients have been leaders in the voice profession and have promoted an ideology where the needs and goals of others are met with an open mind and without aesthetic bias. They have embraced the mission of EVT® which is to bring quality voice training into all regions of the world. This award is presented at the Estill World Voice Symposium. See the complete list of winners at the bottom of this page.
LIST OF ELAA WINNERS!
|2021||Pittsburgh, PA, USA||Mary McDonald Klimek|
|2019||London, United Kingdom||Anne-Marie Speed, EMCI- ATP|
|2017||Québec City, QC, Canada||Dr. Eiji Yanagisawa, Richard Horne, and Elisa Turlà (in memoriam)|
|2015||Melbourne, Australia||John Tomich, MBBS, FRACS, Otorhinolaryngologist (ENT)|
|2013||Cambridge, MA, USA||Dr. Steven Chicurel and Dr. Osamu Fujimura (accepted by his son, Makoto Fujimura)|
|2011||Rome, Italy||Alice Estill Miller|
|2009||Boulder, CO, USA||Judith Balo Goff and Esther Spadaro|
|2007||Copenhagen, Denmark||Dr. Svend Prytz|
|2005||Orlando, FL, USA||Helen Tiller and Julie Fortney, DMA|
|2003||Santa Rosa, CA, USA||— — —|