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SLP and Senior Voice Therapist Barbara F. Worth has some singer specific information on vocal nodules
Do you understand why singers might be hoarse? Generally a gentle warm up with help to eliminate the hoarseness, unless there’s something else going on.
IVA Master Teacher Stephanie Borm-Krüger helps you to understand how to build a pricing structure that works for you financially and represents your expertise.
Is vocal science the key to being a great voice teacher? It can help, but do you need to know your cricothyroid from your hyoid, or is cause-and-effect demonstr…
Remember, whilst voice teachers may know more about the voice than their student, it doesn’t mean that they can diagnose the presence or absence of vocal prob…
Andreas Grussl answers a tweet on the topic of raspy voices, something that voice teachers can often encounter in their studios.
Most students of singing want to learn how to sing. Teaching from the singers perspective can greatly increase the success of a teacher and enable their student…
Music education expert Professor Graham Welch of UCL and IVA’s Spencer Welch have a fascinating discussion on the topic of vocal education as a teacher
Four IVA Teachers pool their knowledge to help you out with becoming a voice teacher full time. Check out their hot tips!
Do you know what your students are doing when their voice breaks mid-scale? Chances are you can hear it, but do you know how to effectively address it?