Press Release: Noted Boston MD, Dr. James Burns, is guest speaker at 3rd annual UMass Dartmouth Voice Seminar January 22-24
Date: December 18, 2009
Department: College of Visual & Performing Arts
The weekend seminar is taught by New York Singing Voice Specialist Jeannette LoVetri, a Broadway expert with Tony(TM) and Grammy® winning vocalists in her studio. The seminar is coordinated by jazz vocalist and educator Marcelle Gauvin, who is on faculty at UMass Dartmouth and an instructor at Ms. LoVetri's Contemporary Commercial Music Institute at Shenandoah University in Winchester, VA .
The work featured is Somatic Voicework(TM), LoVetri's 21st Century method for teaching contemporary commercial music styles. The technique rests upon voice science research, vocal health practices and over three decades of LoVetri's teaching experience. The course has over 400 graduates nationally and world wide and has garnered rave reviews from singing teachers, performers choral directors and speech pathologists.
For more information contact Marcelle Gauvin at email@example.com, Michelle Cieto at the UMD Music Department 508-999-8568 or go to http://www.umassd.edu/cvpa/areas/music/ccm.cfm
for course & registration details.