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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....

Gunnar Fant

Researcher, Scientist, Author and a pioneer in Speech Communication
Gunnar Fant was a researcher, scientist, author and a pioneer in speech communication. Fant was born in Nyköping, Sweden, on October 8th, 1919. He completed a master’s degree in electrical...

Karen Brunssen

Professor and Co-chair of the Department of Music Performance at Bienen School of Music, Northwestern University
Mezzo-soprano, Karen Brunssen is Professor and Co-chair of the Department of Music Performance at Bienen School of Music, Northwestern University. She served as President-Elect, President, and Immediate Past-President of NATS from...

Jacob Lieberman

Registered Osteopath & Psychotherapist, Specialist in the Management of Vocal Crisis
Jacob Lieberman is an internationally acclaimed expert on physical and psychological management of voice disorders. As an osteopath and psychotherapist, he has developed the Lieberman Protocol for laryngeal examination as well...

John Nix

Professor of Voice and Voice Pedagogy, The University of Texas at San Antonio
John Nix is Professor of Voice and Voice Pedagogy at the University of Texas at San Antonio. His mentors include Barbara Doscher and Ingo Titze. Current and former students have sung with the Santa Fe, Arizona, Chautauqua, St. Louis, Nevada, Omaha, and San Antonio opera companies, and two have served as NATS Intern Master Teachers.

Todd Duncan

Voice Teacher, Opera Singer, Performer
Robert Todd Duncan (known as Todd Duncan) was born on February 12,1903 in Danville, Kentucky. He was an American opera singer, actor, and voice teacher.