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Pedagogy – Voice

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Voice Pedagoy

Seven Research Projects Accepted for Presentation at Voice Foundation’s 51st Anniversary Symposium

Shenandoah Conservatory’s voice pedagogy graduate program has achieved a record number of accepted papers for presentation at the Voice Foundation’s 51st anniversary symposium “Care of the Professional Voice” in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, from Wednesday, June 1, through Sunday, June 5. This is the field’s premier international conference and no other voice pedagogy graduate program has as […]

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Conservatory Performs 2021/22 Season Announcement

Live Music, Theatre and Dance Returns!

After more than a year of online performances, Shenandoah Conservatory announces the return of live, in-person music, theatre and dance to its academic season. The Conservatory Performs 2021/22 season features dozens of opportunities to witness and experience the arts, including a rich variety of performances by students, faculty and internationally renowned guest artists. The season […]

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David Meyer

Meyer Presents During NATS Reentry After COVID-19 Webinar

Director of the Janette Ogg Voice Research Center and Associate Professor of Voice (Baritone) and Vocal Pedagogy David Meyer, D.M., joined voice industry professionals from throughout the country to present during the “Reentry After COVID – Concerns for Singers” webinar. The webinar was produced by the National Association of Teachers of Singing (NATS) Voice Science […]

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Alumni Successes

Bingham and Schwartz

Research by Bingham ’18 and Schwartz Wins MAR AMTA Interdisciplinary Research Award

Martina Bingham ’18 (Doctor of Musical Arts in Voice Pedagogy) and Adjunct Associate Professor of Music Therapy Beth Schwartz, M.A., received the Mid-Atlantic Region of the American Music Therapy Association (MAR AMTA) Interdisciplinary Research Award (a $5,000 award) for their study, “Defining the Therapeutic Singing Voice: An Analysis of Music Therapists’ Clinical Practice.” Director of […]

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Martina Bingham

Research by Bingham ’18 Published in Music Therapy Perspectives

Research by Martina Bingham ’18 (Doctor of Musical Arts in Voice Pedagogy), was accepted as an article, “Defining the Therapeutic Singing Voice: An Analysis of Four Music Therapists’ Clinical Work,” for the journal Music Therapy Perspectives. It is the first research of its kind to examine and define therapeutic singing in music therapy clinical practice.

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