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Featured

Browse our latest featured vocal pedagogues. Many more coming soon!

Donald Miller

“Don was part of a world that can often be filled with pretense, but he had none of it. He was welcoming and kind, and

James McKinney

“… This is the cornerstone of effective voice teaching and choral work–discriminatory hearing assisted by acute observation.” – James McKinney James C. McKinney was an

Brad Story

Brad Story

Brad Story, PhD, is Professor in the Department of Speech, Language, and Hearing Sciences and Associate Dean of Faculty Affairs in the College of Science

Line Hilton

Line Hilton MSc PAM, B. MusEd (Jazz), Cl. Hyp, MHA, Wraw Master Practitioner Highly respected in the performing arts world, Line Hilton is a voice,

Peak Woo

Dr. Peak Woo is a board certified otolaryngologist specializing in laryngology (voice and throat disorders). His main interest is in the diagnosis and treatment of

William Vennard

“He felt that we could best serve our art and our profession by inclusiveness, not exclusiveness, a viewpoint he defended frequently and with eloquence.” –

Bob Marks

Robert (“Bob”) Marks is a voice teacher, coach, conductor, arranger, author, and director. Mr. Marks holds a degree in speech and voice pathology and has

Joan Melton

Joan Melton, PhD, ADVS, is a researcher in cross-disciplinary performance techniques and a pioneer in the integration of singing and voice/movement training for actors. She