The Sidney De Haan Research Centre for Arts and Health hosts a regular programme of research seminars and workshops at the University Centre Folkestone. The Autumn 2011 seminar series is called ‘The Singing Voice’ and we have been conducting short interviews with our visiting presenters, giving an overview of their work and these are available below to listen to or download.
The work of the ‘Singing Hospitals’ network
By: Norbert Hermanns
Music Therapist Cologne University Hospital/Cologne Opera Chorus
Posted: 08 December 2011
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Amusia and Singing: are some people incapable of singing in tune?
By: Diana Omigie
Diana is conducting her doctoral research under the supervision of Dr Lauren Stewart in the Music Mind and Brain Group at Goldsmiths College.
Posted: 10 November 2011
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Exploring the Natural Voice
By: Frankie Armstrong
Frankie is internationally acclaimed for her work as a voice teacher and singing workshop leader. She is founder of the ‘Natural Voice Practitioners’ Network’ and author with Janet Rodgers of ‘Acting and Singing with Archetypes’ and editor with Jenny Pearson of ‘Well-tuned Women’.
Posted: 03 November 2011
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