This course is designed for Singing teachers & SINGERS & Voice lovers and Voice Specialists who want to expand their knowledge and learn the science of the voice in an accessible manner.
Understand all the secrets of human sound production through anatomy, bio-mechanics, scientific theories and important application in the clinic and in private studios.
This course is well suited for experienced voice professionals, teachers as well as beginners. It's Just a lot of knowledge – so if your'e a beginner give it each lesson some time to sink in.
QUOTES FROM OUR PARTICIPANTS, AMONG THEM WE HAD ENT’S, SLP’S AND TOP VOCAL COACHES FROM ALL OVER THE WORLD:
…"AFTER TAKING COURSES WITH EXPERTS OVERSEAS, IT WAS ONLY HERE THAT I FINALLY GOT BETTER UNDERSTANDING OF VOICE SCIENCE AND FELT I COULD USE THOSE CONCEPTS IN MY TEACHING!"…
…"TEN WEEKS OF ECSTASY ABUNDANT WITH INFORMATION THAT IMMEDIATELY TRANSLATED TO MY CLINIC, HELPING ME WITH PATIENTS"…
…"THE ANATOMICAL KNOWLEDGE IN THE COURSE WAS AT THE LEVEL OF 1ST YEAR MEDICINE SCHOOL AND PROVIDES IMPORTANT UNDERSTANDING THAT IS CRUCIAL FOR ANY VOCAL COACH OR CLINICIAN"…
The full LEV course includes 3 parts.
- Part One is the fundamentals – Get to know the instrument and understand resonance and why certain exercises might work for one person and fail for the other. At the end of the course you will get a set of tools and learn how to make a lesson plan based on registration.
- Part Two is hands on exercises. Try different exercises and add more to your toolbox.
- Part Three is the application in therapy or in a lesson. Using the tools you learned and helping a client improve. After teaching you will get feedback and this will help the information sink in even more.
The First part of the course – and the most important part – The fundamentals is now available online!! Register Here!!
SYLLABUS – CONTENT AND LESSONS:
- Basic anatomy of the LARYNX, respiratory system and resonant spaces and why some diseases affect them.
- Anatomy of the vocal folds and the muscle activity responsible for adduction, abduction and pitch. Also, the anatomical difference between different sounds in singing.
- Oscillators – vibrations – aerodynamic system and how it works (Bernoulli, Boyle and others).
- The theory of "source filter" How vocal folds and resonance spaces create our instrument.
- Sound waves, harmonies, Fundamental Frequency and basic sound waves – introduction to acoustics.
- FORMANTS and vowels – how our language is associated with vocal acoustics and how it helps us in practical work in front of the singer.
- Bridges, passaggio – what is this phenomena and its significance for singers.
- Consonants, syllables, scales and sounds. Our tools as Singing Teachers and coaches – how they affect the diagnosis and treatment of problems.
- Psychology for singers and teachers, the students centered approach – how to find a way to reach every student and how to support them in fragile situations.
- Practical work and demonstrations.