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Introduction to The Estill Model and practical applicationIntroductory Workshop
Course ID: 1377
Date: 2021/07/24 to 2021/07/24 (YYYY/MM/DD) Time: 10am-3pm Cost: £50.00 Language: English
Instructors: Jennifer Mitchell
Contact: Jennifer Mitchell | email@example.com | +447843024471
Royal Birmingham Conservatoire (Acting)
Millenium Point Curzon Street
Birmingham West Midlands
The Estill Model is a system of voice training that identifies the structures in the larynx responsible for producing voice and those in the vocal tract responsible for controlling resonance and voice quality. Using play sounds we can identify, isolate and train different parts of the anatomy to improve function. Whether you want to improve your singing skills, find new ways of achieving creative vocal choices, recite Shakespeare, increase power, improve breath control or just improve your craft, the Estill Model provides practical solutions for varying vocal hurdles. Following a morning of research presentation, there will be open coaching for anyone who wishes to work on a song or present a speech, applying some practical tools from the Model. This is a fantastic opportunity to work on that tricky repertoire you have always wanted to perfect. An accompanist will be provided.