Jeannette LoVetri, Director

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Jeanie LoVetri singing "Let the Bright Seraphin" by G.F. Handel at the 2011 Christmas Concert of the New York City Community Chorus as Holy Apostles in Manhattan

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This is part of a 34 minute video of an interview of Theo Bleckmann by Jeannette LoVetri that was presented at the NATS Convention in Minneapolis in June of 2006. It demonstrates various vocal qualities by Theo Bleckman combined with endoscopic video of Mr. Bleckmann's vocal folds previously presented at the Voice Foundation in 1998. it includes inhalation phonation, bright and dark vowels, scat and yodeling. Theo Bleckman, a very talented multidimensional vocalist, has worked with Jeannette LoVetri for over ten years.

Video of Theo Bleckmann

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CCM Vocal Pedagogy Institute at Shenandoah University

The Contemporary Commercial Music Vocal Pedagogy Institute Our thirteenth year featuring Somatic Voicework™, the LoVetri Method, July 18-26, 2015 for levels I, II and III. It continues to be the first and only vocal pedagogy course offering graduate and doctoral credit for courses on CCM. It also offers a number of post certification courses for those who are certified as Level III graduates. Our new 2015 brochure is now available For more information and registration please visit CCM Institute . For further questions contact: Kathryn Green at kgreen@su.edu.

Other Venues for Somatic Voicework™ Level I

For the third year in New York City!!! Somatic Voicework™ Level I was offered June 12th-14th, 2015 at the City College of New York. Our 2015 CCNY brochure is available. For any questions, please contact Suzanne Pittson.

Workshops/Masterclasses

Jeanie will be Guest Artist in the Roy Acuff Chair of Excellence Guest Artist Series at Austin Peay State University in Nashville, TN on February 8-10, 2016. She will be helping them to introduce their new Bachelor of Arts & Bachelor of Fine Arts degree programs, working with students on song style, vocal production and vocal health. Those interested in obtaining further information should contact Dr. Christopher Bailey, Assistant Professor of Musical Theatre & Voice. Further details will be posted here closer to the date.