Completing the Second Third of Our Course

All of you spent the last few weeks doing the hard work of designing, researching, and writing a collaborative project – bravo! With this work, you put notions of voice into action as observer participants of your chosen public spaces, and you used your voice to articular you analysis, but listened to the voice of your partner, as you worked to analyze the multitude of voices the exist in the many diverse spaces of our local lives.

Making Singers, Making Voices

We had the great privilege this week to have several special guests enrich our lectures and understanding of what it takes to make the classical or operatic voice. Special thanks to Naomi Merer, Lauren Vanderlinden, Terra Giddens, and Prof. Isabel Bayrakdarian for their generous presentations and insights.