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Level 1 Figures for Voice Control

Level 1 Course
Course ID: 1174
Date: 2021/07/15 to 2021/07/18 (YYYY/MM/DD) Time: 10AM TO 4PM (EST) Cost: $400 Language: English Prerequisites: NONE
Instructors: Tom Burke, Aimee Leonard , Matilda Lindell , Christie Allen-Valeriano
Contact: TOM BURKE | TOM@TOMBURKEVOICESTUDIO.COM | 3478678287
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This course is for anyone who would like to improve their singing or speaking voice—singers, actors, vocal coaches, drama instructors, speech-language pathologists, and other vocal health professionals. Level 1: Figures for Voice™ teaches the Craft of speaking and singing. During this course students are introduced to 13 vocal structures that influence voice quality. Each structure produces a range of different vocal sound effects. The Figures for Voice are exercises used to develop predictable control of each structure’s options. The skills developed in Level 1 will help you add strength, clarity and stamina to your voice! Throughout the day, new voice skills are practiced in small group sessions. Participants will be given the chance to explore Figure applications for individual repertoire and case studies in open coaching sessions. There will also be ample time for questions and discussion.

This course is for anyone who would like to improve their singing or speaking voice—singers, actors, vocal coaches, drama instructors, Speech-Language Pathologists and other vocal health professionals. Level 1: Figures for Voice™ teaches the tools of the craft to add strength, clarity and stamina to your voice! Participants will use EVT’s innovative Figures for Voice™ to learn control of the vocal structures that influence voice quality. Each Figure employs exercises that will give you new vocal options for all styles speaking and singing. There will also be ample time for questions, discussion, and work on individual repertoire or case studies.


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