Singing Voice for Class Teachers

This one-day course is for all those working with young musicians: singing teachers, choral leaders and instrumental teachers who work with voices. I will introduce you to the most useful things you need to know about working with young singers, from a basic level to more advanced developmental information.

The day will also cover vocal health, not only looking after the students’ voices but also your own. The information on teaching and learning is of value to all teachers, we will cover a wide range of subjects from performance anxiety to motor learning skills. Knowing how to deliver information in the most effective way for your students.

“Jenevora delivered two excellent lectures, covering exactly the subject-matter we had asked for. The content was of real practical value to the assembled group of music teachers, and was very well-received by all. The interactivity of the lectures – trying out the vocalisations, guessing the age of the voices, determining which stage of voice-change we were hearing – made the sessions all the more enjoyable. Jenevora’s engaging manner was a hit with all of the delegates, several of whom asked if she could come back next year. Jenevora delivered two excellent lectures, covering exactly the subject-matter we had asked for. The content was of real practical value to the assembled group of music teachers, and was very well-received by all. The interactivity of the lectures – trying out the vocalisations, guessing the age of the voices, determining which stage of voice-change we were hearing – made the sessions all the more enjoyable. Jenevora’s engaging manner was a hit with all of the delegates, several of whom asked if she could come back next year.”

“Thank you very much for coming; you went down a storm! I hope your ears were burning during our Open Forum because the assembled group were singing your praises. As I said at the time, I have never seen most of those chaps write anything down during any of our lectures in previous years so it was extremely heartening to see them all scribbling away.”

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