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Teaching from the Perspective of the Singer


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…

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Interview with Professor Graham Welch


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

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How to have a career as a full-time voice teacher


Four IVA Teachers pool their knowledge to help you out with becoming a voice teacher full time. Check out their hot tips!

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How can I help a singer eliminate their breaks?


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?

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IVA Health and Wellness Month for singing teachers


September is "Health and Wellness Month" for singing teachers. Learn how to be happy & healthy whilst you do this rewarding, but sometimes exhaust…

The Development of Vocal Pedagogy


This fascinating read presents the highlights of what vocal pedagogy is and used to be.

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The Founding Members


IVA was founded by 9 individuals from around the world, who saw an opportunity to develop a new and unique educational program for singing teachers.

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Master Vocal Training


IVA was founded by a group of world-class teachers of singing who have over 125 years of combined experience training singers and teachers of singing

Meet the teachers series: Erika Dipp, Mexico


In this blog series, we are meeting IVA teachers from around the world. We continue with Erika from Mexico City