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IVA European Conference Updates

With the upcoming IVA UK Mini Conference, we just wanted to give you another opportunity to register for the conference or Master Classes we are running at for the Conference. There are many options to choose from, but please check out the Public Master Class and also the Free Teacher Class for new potential IVA Teachers.  This would be a great class for students who have expressed a desire to teach the IVA method.

Don’t miss out on being part of the first IVA Conference.  We will have two (2) MTs at the event, Master Teacher Spencer Welch, and Master Teacher Stephanie Borm-Krüger, as well as Broadway Star Natalie Weiss and Jon and Chris Thornham from Flo Cycling to help with marketing your studio.

Five (5) of the Founding Directors of IVA will be in attendance.  In addition to Stephanie and Spencer, Heather Baker, Tom Bathgate and Andreas Grussl.  So every area of IVA is covered and any questions or concerns you have can be answered.

Spencer Welch will be discussing vocal science and anatomy, a class that can benefit all voice teachers. Heather Baker will share her knowledge of how to teach little children, a must for a successful vocal studio.

We can't wait to see you at one of our events!

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