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Kenneth Bozeman

Emeritus Professor of Music; Vocal Acoustics & Resonance Expert; Teacher of Singing, Voice Science, & Pedagogy
Kenneth Bozeman, Emeritus Professor of Music, tenor, holds performance degrees from Baylor University and the University of Arizona. He subsequently studied at the State Conservatory of Music in Munich, Germany...

Matthew Edwards

Associate professor of voice and director of musical theatre at Shenandoah Conservatory of Shenandoah University; Artistic director of the Contemporary Commercial Music Vocal Pedagogy Institute; Secretary of the Musical Theatre Educator’s Alliance and past secretary of the Pan-American Vocology Association.
Matt Edwards is one of the leading voice teachers for commercial and musical theatre styles in the United States. He is currently Associate Professor of Voice and Coordinator of Musical...

Kittie Verdolini Abbott

Professor of Communication Sciences & Disorders at the University of Delaware
Katherine/Kittie Verdolini Abbott is one of the leading researchers and pedagogues in today’s world of vocal science.

Johan Sundberg

Ph.D. in Musicology Uppsala University
Johan Sundberg (born in 1936, Ph.D. in musicology Uppsala University 1966, doctor honoris causae 1996 University of York, UK) has a personal Chair (Emeritus) in Music Acoustics at the department...

Vocal Pedagogues in History

Many wonderful people have dedicated their lives to further our understanding of how the voice works

William Vennard

Voice Researcher, Author, Singer
William Vennard was an author, a singer and a man dedicated to voice research. Born January 31st, 1909 in Normal, IL, Vennard was anything BUT normal. Having initially received a...

Richard Miller

Pioneering researcher, author, and teacher of vocal pedagogy
Born April 9th, 1926, Richard Miller was a tenor, voice teacher, author and arguably one of the most influential voice pedagogues in history. Miller sang from the age of 3,...

Jo Estill

Josephine Estill was an American singer, singing voice specialist, & researcher
Josephine Antoinette Vadala was an American singer, singing voice specialist, and researcher. She was born on April 25, 1921, in Donora, Pennsylvania, USA. In her teens and early ’20s, Jo...

Meet Our Team

The people who make this site a reality

Justin Stoney

Creator
Justin Stoney, the Founder of New York Vocal Coaching, is an internationally recognized Voice Teacher and Vocal Coach. He is also the host of “Voice Lessons To The World” and the author of “Sing Like Never Before.”

Emily Erkman

Contributor
Emily is honored to join this amazing team. For the past several years, Emily has owned and operated Colorado Voice Studios with locations in Denver, Grand Junction, Fort Collins, and Loveland. For her work on the production of Grease, she received the National Youth Arts Award for Outstanding Musical Direction.

Zac Bradford

Contributor
Zac Bradford is proud to be the Director of the Australian studio for New York Vocal Coaching. He specialises in teaching voice technique, across a wide range of musical genres. Zac is passionate about seeking a holistic approach to voice training, where detailed scientific information is mindfully linked with practical application to meet the specific needs of each individual.

Melissa Treinkman

Contributor
Melissa Treinkman, DMA, is a singer and voice teacher based in Los Angeles. She is a professional opera singer and a passionate vocal technician. She is endlessly fascinated by vocal pedagogy and cherishes the opportunity that she has to help others experience vocal freedom.

Marcelo Saldias O’Hrens

Contributor
Marcelo Saldias O’Hrens is a Chilean Speech-Language Pathologist specialized in voice therapy and voice training. He graduated from the University of Chile in 2008. Marcelo works as an Assistant Professor in the Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders at the University of Chile.

Aramat Arnheim-Sharon

Contributor
Aramat Arnheim-Sharon is a well-known voice coach located in Israel. She is the founder of ILVA - Israeli Voice Association - and also the Israeli Chapter for PAVA (Pan American Vocology association).