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John Henny

Voice Teacher, Author, Lecturer
John Henny is a leading vocal coach in the music industry, with over 30 years of experience, renowned for his teaching skills. His techniques are designed to maintain vocal health,...

Virginia Zeani

Singer, Voice Teacher
Virginia Zeani was a leading operatic soprano and a world-renowned voice teacher. She was born on October 21, 1925, in the small town of Solovastru, Romania. Zeani decided to become an opera singer at the age of nine when she heard a performance of "Madama Butterfly".

Patti Hay Peterson

Professor Emerita, voice and voice pedagogy
Patti Peterson is a soprano who has sung art song recitals and oratorio in the U.S. and Germany. She specializes in American music and the songs of Edvard Grieg. Peterson...

Chris Johnson 

Voice Teacher & Founder of TeachVoice
Chris Johnson is an internationally recognized Voice Teacher and the founder of TeachVoice. With a professional singing career spanning 15 years and vocal coaching experience since 2007, he has spent...

Kristin Linklater

Renowned Voice and Speech Coach, Actress, Author
Kristin Linklater (1936-2020) was a renowned voice and speech coach who became one of the leading figures in the world of theatrical voice training. Linklater was born in Edinburgh in 1936 and raised in Scotland. She trained as an actor and her most important mentor and teacher was Iris Warren, with whom she studied with at the London Academy of Music and Dramatic Art (LAMDA).

Kenneth Tom

Kenneth Tom, Emeritus Professor, Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders, California State University Fullerton; Integrative Voice Specialist; Researcher; Author
Kenneth Tom, Ph.D., is Associate Professor Emeritus in the Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders at California State University, Fullerton. He received his A.B. in German and Music from the...

Eládio Pérez-González

Paraguayan Singer & Acclaimed Vocal Pedagogue
Eládio Pérez-González was a teacher and singer born in Asunción, Paraguay, in 1926. He began his singing career at age fifteen when he joined the Ateneo Paraguaio choir. In 1947, at age of 21, he moved to São Paulo, Brazil, where he developed his musical studies, started a family and began his professional activities as a singer.

Kari Ragan

Voice Teacher, Singing Rehabilitation Specialist, Trainer of Voice Teachers, Author
Singer, author, and voice pedagogue, Kari Ragan holds degrees from the University of Washington (DMA), and Indiana University (MM, BM). In 2012, Dr. Ragan was the recipient of the prestigious...

Lynn Helding

Professor of Practice in Voice and Voice Pedagogy at the USC Thornton School of Music, Editor-in-chief of the Journal of Singing
Lynn Helding, Professor of Practice in Voice and Voice Pedagogy at the University of Southern California Thornton School of Music, is the author of The Musician’s Mind: Teaching, Learning & Performance in the Age of Brain Science and the chapter “Brain” in Scott McCoy’s Your Voice: An Inside View 3rd edition.

Cornelius L. Reid

American Vocal Pedagogue, Author, Voice Teacher
If the student stops “doing” and “goes with the rhythm,” while at the same time the exercise pattern selected meets his growth needs, the vocal mechanism will become self corrective....