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David Meyer

Meyer Co-authors Article on Safe Singing During the COVID-19 Pandemic

Director of the Janette Ogg Voice Research Center and Associate Professor of Voice (Baritone) and Vocal Pedagogy David Meyer, D.M., co-authored “Safer Singing During the SARS-CoV-2 Pandemic: What We Know and What We Don’t,” an article recently published in the Journal of Voice. The publisher agreed to make this article freely accessible to the public […]

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World Voice Day

Weekly Celebrates World Voice Day with Video Featuring Students

Auxiliary Adjunct Associate Professor of Voice and Co-Founder of the CCM Vocal Pedagogy Institute Edrie Means Weekly ’84, M.M., celebrated World Voice Day by creating ”I’m Singing Healthy for You,” a video compilation of her students singing a creative twist on the Jonas Brothers’ song “Sucker.” Her students picked the song and developed the new […]

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Matthew Edwards

Edwards ’15 Featured in New Book on Training Contemporary Singers

Associate Professor of Voice, Coordinator of Musical Theatre Voice and Artistic Director of the Contemporary Commercial Music (CCM) Vocal Pedagogy Institute Matt Edwards ’15, D.M.A., was one of 26 voice teachers from around the world featured in a new book titled “Training Contemporary Singers” by Elizabeth Benson. Teachers were identified for inclusion through an international […]

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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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