Recovering Voices: The Transition from ‘injured’ to ‘well’

British Voice Association AGM Study Day July 6th 2014

This study day will address what is meant by vocal injury, and how this affects professional voice users physically, professionally and emotionally. Leading representatives from the fields of Laryngology, Speech and Language Therapy, Singing Teaching/Voice Coaching and Performance Psychology will talk about their different roles in the rehabilitation process, how they determine and measure ‘injury’ and ‘recovery’ and how they communicate and work with clients to achieve a successful outcome.

Recovering Voices is suitable for Speech Therapists, Spoken Voice Teachers, Singing Teachers, Laryngologists and any others who work with developing or rehabilitating voices. It is also suitable for those who wish to have a deeper understanding of issues relating to voice recovery.

Speakers include:
Tori Burnay, (Voice Specialist Speech and Language Therapist, London)
Declan Costello, (Consultant Otolaryngologist, Birmingham)
Phoebe Eley, (Student and Performer, Birmingham)
Gillyanne Kayes, (Singing Teacher, Author and Researcher, Presteigne and London)
Karen O’Connor, (Performance Coach, Birmingham)

This day will also include the British Voice Association Annual General Meeting and the presentation of research papers from the selected finalists competing for the Van Lawrence Prize. The Prize will be awarded at the end of the day.

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Please note: this event is not organised by BAPAM and we receive no income from it.

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