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Introducing our new webinar series

IVA is delighted to announce a new monthly webinar series launching in June 2022.

Each month, we will be welcoming guest speakers to present on topics on and around singing.

There are a wide range of speakers and topics lined up and think there is something for everyone, whether you are a season voice teacher, to a singer interested in learning more about the technicalities of the voice.

It’s a great opportunity to hear about the latest research on the voice or get ideas and ways to help make your studio more profitable.

Following each speaker, we’ll be interviewing them and getting to know more about them and their topic in our new podcast that will launch in July. You can watch the podcast on our YouTube channel or listen to the audio. More information will be available as we get closer to the launch.

Each webinar is two-hours long and is just $40 USD. A recording will be available to everyone who registers for the event. Recordings will also be available to purchase on our website after the event has taken place.

Please see the event details below and use the links provided to register and as a thank you for being a newsletter subscriber you can use code “webinar-5-bucks” to get $5 off the registration price of any of these three webinars.

Valid until June 30, 2022 and for live attendance only.

We hope you find these webinars useful, and we look forward to welcoming you to them.

Vowel Acoustics

Practical Application Strategies

This Webinar will explain why approaching vocal function and efficiency through voice acoustics is an especially productive point of entry. It will lay the foundational principles of effective studio instruction based upon our innate programming for voice. It will continue with reliable studio strategies for negotiating the various transitions (passaggi) of range, using the acoustics of vowel construction and perception.

To Sing or Not to Sing?

The performers guide to managing illness and performance demands

When a singer becomes ill, the stakes can be high and medical management by a laryngologist isn’t always a realistic option. This predicament leaves many questions without obvious answers.

Managing A Successful Career As Both A Voice Teacher & Performer

I would love to share with you the benefits of being a voice teacher and performer combined. This course will cover my teaching studio policies, successes, failures and all the aspects of what has made my teaching studio successful.

Teaching Singing Techniques to Children

This workshop will cover the essential structural components of the pre-pubescent vocal mechanism and the unique ways to address the physical and mental aspects of teaching singing techniques to young children, ideal for those who work with children in the music studio, choir, or classroom.

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