On Friday, April 16, a multidisciplinary seminar, based on extensive experience in vocal training and rehabilitation, will be presented in Room 161, French Hall. It is designed to help all voice users protect and strengthen their vocal instrument. By participating, you will gain knowledge, techniques, and materials that will benefit you for a lifetime. Learn how to amplify your speaking power and expression while protecting your voice from injury.
The seminar is free and open to the public
11 a.m.-11:55 a.m. ON YOUR MARK, GET UNSET, GO!
At play with the Alexander Technique
Michael Gillespie, PhD, Professor of Theatre, Oakland University
Certified Instructor of the Alexander Technique
12-12:55 p.m. ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGY OF THE VOICE
& COMMON VOICE PROBLEMS
Norman Hogikyan M.D., F.A.C.S, Professor of Otolaryngology and Music (Vocal Arts)
University of Michigan; Director, The Vocal Health Center
1 pm-1:45 pm VOCAL HEALTH FOR PROFESSIONAL VOICE USERS:
What to do when the show must go on!
Marci Daniels Rosenberg M.S., CCC-SLP
Speech & Language Pathologist, Voice & Singing Specialist, University of Michigan
2:35 pm-4pm SOMATIC VOICEWORK METHOD &
CULTIVATING A ROCK SIGNING VOICE
Jeannette LoVetri, director, The Voice Workshop
4:30 -6 pm LESSAC KINESTHETIC TRAINING FOR THE VOICE
William Irwin, assistant professor of Musical Theatre, University of Michigan-Flint