COMPARATIVE VOICE PEDAGOGY 2010

| May 25, 2010

COMPARATIVE VOICE PEDAGOGY 2010
On Demand Webinar Available 24/7
On-Site – June 12 & 13, 2010
No Live Online option available for this course

If you are interested in attending please email Dr. Goffi-Fynn (goffi-fynn@exchange.tc.columbia.edu)

During this course, six master teachers present teaching demonstrations after case histories of students have been discussed. Concrete links are made between various teaching strategies and the scientific and medical information covered in other courses of the PDP program. Marvin Keeze, moderator. To make concrete links between various teaching strategies and the scientific and medical information covered in earlier courses it is suggested (but not required) that the 4 other core curriculum course be taken first. Many NYSTA members attend this class every year, taking away useful new studio strategies and greater awareness of their own teaching style.
“Information is only helpful when it stirs our imagination and encourages our creativity.” Marvin Keenze, moderator

FACULTY:
Herbert Burtis, MSM
Judith Coen, MM
Jeannette LoVetri
Lori McCann, DMA
Pamelia Phillips, DMA
David Sabella-Mills, DVP
Marvin Keeze, Moderator

Saturday, June 12
10:30 AM Introduction to Comparative Pedagogy with Marvin Keenze
11:00 AM Re-training Voices with Diagnosed Pathology: Working with
Professional Singers with VF Impairment; Jeannette LoVetri, Clinician
2:15 PM Musical Theater / CCM: Mechanics and Acoustics of Super-Belt;
with David Sabella-Mills, President of NYSTA, DVP
4:15 PM Musical Theater: Belt and Mix with Pamelia Phillips, DMA

Sunday, June 13
10:00 AM The Classical Male Voice with Herbert Burtis, MSM
12:00 PM The Classical Female Voice with Lori McCann, DMA
3:00 PM Singing and the Brain with Judith Coen, MM
5:00 PM Comparative Pedagogy Wrap-Up with Marvin Keenze
All PDP Courses are $220 (individual sessions for Comparative Pedagogy – $60 each)
This course is offered On-Site and On Demand only. There is no live online option for this course.
On-site location: Columbia University, Teachers’ College, 525 West 120th Street, between Broadway and Amsterdam Avenue, NYC.

If you are interested in attending please email Dr. Goffi-Fynn (goffi-fynn@exchange.tc.columbia.edu)