One Voice

Too often performers are conditioned to think they have a "speaking voice" and a "singing voice." Yet, in fact, the voice we use to speak, laugh, cry, shout, scream, yawn, and call out is the same voice we use to sing!

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Designed to prepare performance specialists to work across boundaries, in theatre, music and dance

June 11 - 16, 2018, Cal State Fullerton

Effects of Physical Shape and Movement on Vocal Function and Resonance

Artist-in-Residence:

To date, very little is known via objective data about the effects of physical movement and shape on vocal function and resonance. 

As it is easier to work in a relatively small physical area and with well-trained subjects, voice scientists have focused almost exclusively on the larynx and vocal tract of classical singers. Meanwhile, the rest of the body and other vocal genres have been largely ignored.

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