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isingwebinarscandsTopic: Dealing With Nasality When: Friday 5 May 2017 at 5PM (BST)

Is the nose important for vocal resonance? How do you check if you are singing in the nose too much and what can you do to stop sounding too nasal? Steve and Chris answer all your questions and discuss the relevance of the nose in singing. If you can’t make it on the day we record the webinar, so still register and you will be sent the link.


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Topic: Vocal Warm Up Series 1 of 3: What Does The Science Say?

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World renowned voice scientist, Dr Ingo Titze (of the straw therapy fame) will share his in-depth scientific understanding of vocal warm ups and what current research is saying. BUT in language you will understand! Dr Titze will be available for Q&A on vocal warm ups and voice science.


Topic: Vocal Warm Up Series 2 of 3: What Does The Vocal Coach Say?

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Vocal coach Joshua Alamu works with singers of all levels with a vast amount of experience getting pro singers ready for touring and recording. He spent a couple of seasons on The Voice and now works with Fleur East and Little Mix, both of whom are receiving rave reviews around their vocals. Joshua will share his experience of getting voices ready for touring and recording.


Topic: Vocal Warm Up Series 3 of 3: What Does The Touring Singer Say?  

Screen Shot 2016-04-26 at 23.12.18 Katie Holmes-Smith has been singing since she was very young. She comes from a dance background so understands the discipline of getting the muscles and joints ready for strenuous activity. How has she applied this into voice? Katie shares her vocal prep routines, the trials and tribulations of the voice, on and off tour, with artists such as Professor Green, Jessie J and Olly Murs. We are very fortunate to catch her between gigs on Adele’s current tour.