Outlined during the 3-day Total Singer Workshop is the Voiceworks® Method, a concise, systematic, effective approach to voice training based on 50 years of voice study and proficiency. Lisa is one of America’s top voice experts, an international lecturer and voice researcher who shares her life’s-work and up-to-date voice research at this Workshop. If you’re interested in improving your skills as a singer, voice teacher, speech pathologist or choir conductor, you’ll want to attend.
The Voiceworks® Method takes the mystery out of singing in ALL styles with an emphasis on commercial vocal styles (CCM), musical theater styles and especially techniques on how to teach safe, beautiful belting to the top of the range. These techniques allow singers, singing and speech teachers how to control their singing and speaking voices. This is the ultimate how-to seminar. (And a blast to boot!)
The Total Singer Workshop is an interactive experience exploring the differences between classical and popular voice technique, both pedagogical and scientific. Twenty-four years of research at international voice labs comparing classical and popular mechanics will be presented.
Many voice students desire proficiency in a variety of styles to meet the demands of the marketplace while maintaining vocal health, beauty and longevity. It is up to the voice professional to be able to provide these tools.
The Workshop is useful for singers, voice teachers, speech pathologists, choir conductors and anyone interested in the science of singing. For speech pathologists, the 3-day Total Singer Workshop qualifies for 2.2 ASHA CEUs in cooperation with Unitron (Intermediate level, Professional area).
Each participant will receive:
- A workbook
- A downloadable version of the Total Singer deluxe set
DVD, PDF Booklet and Vocal Exercises mp3
- Downloadable How to Speak Beautifully mp3
- Certificate of Completion
The Total Singer Workshop is a prerequisite for the Voiceworks® Associates Program, an advanced digital video workshop.
Tuition is due no later than December 10, 2018
Tuition is refundable (minus $50) prior to December 1, 2018