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PAST EVENTS
ONE DAY VOICE WORKSHOP
DATE
June 13, 2009
VENUE
The Academy of Indian Music, S.Plainfield, NJ
CONDUCTED BY
AUDIOPEDICS, LLC
VOICE CONSERVATION AND UNDERSTANDING VOCAL USE
FOR INDIAN CLASSICAL MUSICIANS AND LIGHT MUSIC SINGERS
PRESENTED BY
Dr.PRAKASH BOOMINATHAN, Associate Professor, Dept. of Speech, Language and Hearing Sciences Sri Ramachandra University, Chennai, India
COURSE DESCRIPTION
This dynamic full day seminar brings together a team of speech pathologists to discuss diagnosis and treatment of voice problems among Indian Classical singers and music teachers. The objective of this workshop is to present comprehensive information in understanding and treating voice issues among singers-Indian Classical musicians (Carnatic and Hindustani) as well as non- classical singers, based on advances in emergent and successful clinical practices. The morning session will consist of a focused lecture format devoted to complete description of the science behind voice production, mechanics of voice production, voice care/hygienic voice therapy. The afternoon session will focus Video and discussion about the functions of larynx and gaining knowledge about voice disorders among singers using stroboscopic video images. The highlight of the day will include demonstration as well as learning of breathing and vocal function exercises for singers. The workshop structure is predominantly interactive and participants are encouraged to ask questions pertaining to voice care and seek answers from the experts. The workshop aims at bringing awareness about voice care among singers and music teachers while emphasizing the role of speech pathologists in provision of voice care and management of voice disorders.
TARGET AUDIENCE
THE NEED FOR VOICE MANAGEMENT
ABOUT THE PRESENTER
PANELISTS
SUPPORTERS
WE ACKNOWLEDGE THE SUPPORT OF THE ACADEMY OF INDIAN MUSIC, S.PLAINFIELD, NJ IN CONDUCTING THIS WORKSHOP.
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