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The first edition has sold over 3000 copies, it has been hugely popular with sales all over the world. The time has come, five years on, for an updated version.
This second edition has very few alterations to the material from the first edition; it does, however, have significant additions. These are in the fields of learning: motor learning skills, memory, emotion and how to structure lessons to facilitate this. In the area where there is constant evolution of research evidence, there is updated information on vocal health.
This edition also has a number of new illustrations, including cartoons and technical drawings.
The book can be ordered here
I’m so proud of my wonderful Advanced Anatomy Certificate students. They have worked so hard to get their assignments done and once again I’m stunned by the quality of the work – eight of these were Distinction at Level 6.
Tara Leiper, Rebecca Schwarz, Andrea Fishenden, Clare Kissane, Besfort Williams, Lydia Easton, Stephen King, Laura Adams, Sarah Stone, Susie Parkes, Rob Cates Music, Jane Dunton, Dean Adams – you are all brilliant!
This is getting so much excitement already. A day of total immersion in voice research with presenters from all disciplines and levels of experience. One thing is for sure – it will be a day of high-quality presentations and in-depth discussions.
I’m so looking forward to it.
Voice Geek Conference 2018
Congratulations to Alison Harvey for gaining a Distinction in her certificate. A lovely teacher with a thoughtful, structured and imaginative approach to teaching.
This is the most exciting project I’ve ever been involved with! We now have the course that so many teachers have been wanting to undertake, and it’s accessible and ready to roll.
The line-up of experts is stunning – please take a look here
This is the result of years of planning and piloting other courses. We’ve consulted MA course leaders all over the world; as a result we have put together a combination of fascinating study days along with really flexible private study and research options.
Finally – compare the cost with other MA courses in the UK – it’s really good value for money.
We’ve just completed all the certifications from the first course: four Distinctions, two Merits and a Pass. That’s a huge amount of work from all the teachers involved, congratulations to:
Laura Adams, Carrie Birmingham, Rob Cates, Jane Dunton, Stephen King, Susan Parkes and Sarah Stone
Only just over a week to go before we do it all again with 20 more teachers, at least seven of whom are aiming to complete the certification.
Some of the comments we’ve had:
“I’ve really adored every element of the work. The Anatomy, the lectures, research, reading specialised papers, meeting new wonderful people and especially reconnecting with you! Thank you for an incredible experience and your patience with someone who hasn’t written an essay for 15 years.”
” I just wanted to say thank you for allowing me to partake in this course, I have absolutely loved the reading material (and the contact time especially!) I can honestly say I do believe it has enhanced my teaching in a very positive way. I hope to continue on to more courses, developing an even better understanding of the voice and how it works, and sharing that with my clients.”
I’ve just spent three days immersed in presentations from the world’s leading voice scientists and practitioners, along with some fascinating and illuminating conversations over meals and coffee. It was just what I needed to inspire me for another year of teaching, training and mentoring.
Carrie Simone Birmingham has just gained a Distinction in her Advanced Anatomy Certificate. Two excellent pieces of work: one on Posture and Personality, and one on Breathiness in young singers. Well done Carrie!
Can I congratulate Emily Blows on gaining a distinction in her certificate. Lots of hard work and some really innovative teaching. Well done Emily!