Heidi Moss Becoming a Better Voice Coach Through Neuroscience There’s nothing like someone saying, “You’re never going to do that again” to make you want to find a way to beat the odds. For years, Heidi Moss Erickson worked as a professional singer…
Welcome to the Vocal Advancement Podcast! In our first full episode, Heather and Tom interview the phenomenal Kerrie Obert (Speech Language Pathologist and Voice researcher) and find out all about her disastrous first experience in an operating theatre, her reasons for focusing her research on the role of the tongue in singing as well as her top tips for voice teachers and singers!
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Watch Kerrie Obert’s Masterclass "Tongue: The most unappreciated structure", which is discussed in this episode:
Ken Bozeman: King of Vocal Acoustics The Art and Science of Vocal Physics Being a good singing teacher is an art. You need to explain voice science to your students in a way that lets them understand how their voices…
Join us as we chat with Elizabeth about the current diversity in modern voice teaching.…