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Level 1 and 2 Course

Level 1 and 2 Course
Course ID: 560
Date: 2020/05/15 to 2020/05/24 (YYYY/MM/DD) Time: 9:00-6:00 (Pacific Standard Time) Cost: 550 CAD Language: English
Instructors: Kimberly Steinhauer, Sanders Whiting
Contact: Sanders  Whiting | | 778 322 9947
Course Location:
ONLINE British Columbia

Circumstances dictate that we will split this course to a remote Zoom presentation of Estill Voice Training Level 1 on May 15 - 17 & Level 2 on May 23-24. Refunds for the course registration can be processed if necessary, but travel funds will not be refunded. We do hope to hear your voice via remote webinar in May.

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. Level 2 combines the Figures from Level 1 to produce six voice qualities: Speech, Falsetto, Sob, Twang, Opera, and Belting. Figure Combinations for Six Voice Qualities™ offers a clear understanding of the voice’s limitless possibilities, along with how to keep it vibrant and healthy. Throughout the day, the new voice skills are practiced in small group sessions. There will also be ample time for questions, discussion, and work on individual repertoire or case studies.

We are excited and honoured to be hosting the president of Estill International in Vancouver for the first time. Dr. Steinhauer is an energized, joyful and thorough presenter who easily works with all levels of voice in Opera, Musical Theatre and Contemporary Commercial Music. Voice instructors and educators find her organized pedagogical approach very appealing. Her doctorate in communication and speech disorders is especially inspiring to speech therapists. People new to the study of the voice find her manner nurturing and supportive. She coauthored the 2015 publication of the The Estill Voice Model: Theory and Translation. She worked closely with Jo Estill from 1985 onward and is one of the most experienced Estill Voice Trainers in the world. Join us in beautiful Vancouver to take your voice knowledge and ability to the next level.

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