CCM Vocal Pedagogy Institute 2014
Join us this summer at Shenandoah Conservatory!
Offering all levels of Somatic Voicework Certification
The 2014 CCM Vocal Pedagogy Institute will be taking place July 12-21 in Winchester, Virginia, at Shenandoah Conservatory. We had a spectacular 11th year last summer with the highest attendance record ever. More than 600 participants from around the world - ranging from young people just beginning their careers to seasoned educators and singers - have come to Shenandoah's campus to receive this training.
Over the past 12 years, the CCM Vocal Pedagogy Institute has produced a network of dedicated vocal professionals who value voice science, vocal health and vocal function. Experts who are curious, open-minded and excited about exploring new ideas with like-minded colleagues gather to learn as well as to develop and expand their skills.
All Three Levels & Post-Certification Courses
Level I: July 12-14
Level II: July 15-17
Level III: July 18-20
- Pedagogy of Soul - Dr. Trineice Robinson Martin
- Body Work for Vocalists - Peter Shor
- Somatic Voicework in the Classical World-Dr. Barbara Caprilli
- Working with Technology - Matt Edwards
- The Injured Singing Voice - Dr. Wendy DeLeo LeBorgne
Registration now open at the CCM Vocal Pedagogy Institute website
Dr. Chandra Ivey, Otolaryngologist (ENT) , Director, Columbia Presbyterian Medical Center, NYC
Andy Einhorn, Music Director, "Bullets Over Broadway" NYC
Peter Shor, Bodywork Expert
Thank you for visiting The Voice Workshop™. I hope you will feel welcome to browse our website and get to know us. I am Jeannette LoVetri, known to my friends as Jeanie, and I am the Founder and Director of The Voice Workshop™ and creator of Somatic Voicework™, a unique body-based voice training program.
We exist to provide cutting-edge vocal information for singers, singing teachers, colleges, universities, conservatories, corporations and those who work with or care for the voice. The information we provide is based upon the latest voice science and medicine as well as more than 35 years professional experience in the field of voice training and care, most particularly in professional singing in New York City.
We desire to be of service to music schools and programs, theatrical, film and recording producers, personal managers, professional voice users, teachers of singing and all those interested in the voice, by providing training and techniques to relax, strengthen and develop the voice.
We believe that the human voice is not limited and that everyone can have a beautiful, expressive voice, no matter what previous experience may have been. We know that everyone can train his or her voice to be flexible, powerful and persuasive, and we believe that full vocal expression leads to deeper personal fulfillment.
We believe that music, especially vocal music, is healing to do and to hear and that all people have equal and free access to the musical instrument that's inside their own body their voice.
The voice that we hear when we speak or sing is produced by the vocal folds when air is expressed through the throat into the mouth and shaped into sounds, words, and phrases through mental intention. The voice, therefore, resides in the body and is produced by a unity of body and mind, of lungs, throat and mouth. We believe that vocal development begins with mental clarity and awareness. We believe that awareness of the body is vital to vocal expression and that it can be learned by anyone. Coupled with correct information, sound making becomes an intimate, immediate experience done in a deliberate manner.
- We believe that the body is wise.
- We believe that there is an intuitive urge in all of us to make sound as freely as babies do, and to sing.
- We believe that deep, free, easy inhalation and exhalation is a requisite for emotional expression.
- Finally, we believe that everyone can learn to have a wonderful voice and can learn to sing, and sing well.
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