Acoustic Vocal Pedagogy
Rooms allotted for this seminar have been filled. To join the waiting list, or register as a commuter, please contact the Assistant Director at 920-839-2216 or firstname.lastname@example.org
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This special Bjorklunden seminar is intended for:
Voice teachers of high school, college, or adult students, and college voice majors. Voice students, who are graduate performance or vocal pedagogy majors. Choral conductors who incorporate vocal training in their rehearsals. Voice therapists, specializing in the rehabilitation of singers.s food, peaceful walks in the woods, and camaraderie, along with piano talk! A percentage of available slots will be reserved for Lawrence University alumni until January 30, 2016 - at which point they will be released to the general public. Both alumni and others should apply early to be sure of inclusion!
This seminar provides an opportunity for participants to spend five days attending engaging and thought-provoking presentations and master classes in application, while giving you ample remaining time to process course content, engage in discussion, and/or lessons with the course instructors, Kenneth Bozeman, professor of music at Lawrence University and Ian Howell, head of vocal pedagogy at New England Conservatory.