Saturday 22nd September 2018 The London College of Music hosts a one day conference with top researchers and voice practitioners Dr Gillyanne Kayes, Janice Chapman, Prof. Johan Sundberg, Tori Burnay, Dr Susan Yarnall, Dr Denise Borland and Ali Bell.
The day will be relevant to teachers of all genres especially those working in higher education or preparing students to enter HE including Musical Directors. Researchers and students of singing teaching will also benefit by way of poster submissions with a prize awarded by Compton Publishing (see below for details).
Topics covered include being a singing teacher, examining the current model, myths and misconceptions, acoustics, rehabilitation, the psychology of one-to-one teaching, new developments in France, and a round table discussion. Light refreshments and a buffet lunch provided. The BAPAM voice care initiative
Delegate fee £50 (including lunch and refreshments).
To book a place go to http://www.lcme.uwl.ac.uk/events
Posters up to A2 to be submitted along with conference booking fee by Monday September 10th
For more information http://www.lcme.uwl.ac.uk/events
CALL FOR POSTERS
Deadline: extended to noon on 17th August 2018
The Programme Committee welcomes proposals for individual posters, in any areas of scholarship related to teaching singing and pedagogic practice in Higher Education.
The following non-exhaustive list indicates some of the intended themes of the conference:
- Teaching models
- Psychology of Teaching
- Voice Care
- Vocal acoustics
- Pedagogic Practice
Proposals of no more than 300 words should be sent as a Word attachment (including details of author(s), affiliations (University, Conservatoire/College, Orchestra, Chamber Ensemble etc.), contact details etc.), to email@example.com to arrive before the deadline of noon on 16th July 2018. Proposals will be reviewed anonymously, so please submit a second version of your proposal with all names and institutional affiliations removed.
The Conference Committee, will respond to authors by Wednesday 22nd August.