Tuesday 8 October 2019, 4.00PM to 5.30pm
Join VoiceScienceWorks for a one-of-a-kind workshop that brings contemporary research on the voice and translates it into directly applicable information so that you, the vocalist and voice educator, can immediately apply it in your practice. In this session, we will explore the practice of using your own voice as a model for imitation. Imitation is a vocalist’s primary tool for learning to create sounds, starting at birth and continuing into the majority of philosophies on teaching singing and learning new languages. With recent technology, like Voce Vista Video, and the ability to filter and break down sound into specific parts for the ear to process, we can speed up the imitation process and make it considerably more efficient. Laurel Irene and Dr. David Harris, co-creators of www.voicescienceworks.org, will present an interactive, engaging and playful session that bring vocalists to a new and intimate level with using voice analyzer technology and new research in neuroscience and listening practices as a revolutionary tool in the learning process.
Location: Room 106