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Thyroid Cartilage and the SirenSpecial Topics
Course ID: 653
Date: 2020/05/23 to 2020/05/23 (YYYY/MM/DD) Time: 10:00 am to 11:30 am Cost: £20.00 per person Language: English
Instructors: Stefan Holmstrom
Contact: Stefan Holmström | email@example.com | 07970 057 660
St Michael and All Angels
Brighton East Sussex
Do you have a break in your voice? Would you like to increase your range? Would you like a sweeter sound - or perhaps you would like to be less sweet?
One of the main differences between singing and speaking involves degrees of thyroid tilt. It can really help you reach your whole range - whether you sing opera, musical theatre or pop - and is invaluable for dealing with those breaks in your voice.
By the end of the workshop, participants will have:
- practiced the Estill Figure for Thyroid Cartilage Control
- had an anatomical overview of the larynx
- experienced vertical versus tilted thyroid cartilage
- applied this skill to singing and speaking
- learned how to siren as part of your daily warm-up
About the trainer
Stefan Holmström is a professional opera singer and voice teacher working with singers of all ages and abilities with a wide range of goals. He offers singing lessons and workshops at his studio in central Brighton, as well as on location across the UK and in Sweden. As an Estill Master Trainer (EMT), Stefan uses Estill Voice Training (EVT) as a baseline for safe and sustainable voice use. EVT is an efficient, scientific way to maximise voice control to achieve true performance magic!