Our group enjoys a diversified, large core of professionals and students, as well as many visitors at each meeting. Attendees include SLPs, MDs, singing teachers, choir directors, dialect coaches, theater and singing professionals, and medical and SLP students. As far as we know, no mimes have managed to sneak in to any of the meetings.
Welcome back for our SEVENTH year of the Northwest Chapter of the Voice Foundation – the liveliest, best attended and most consistently supported local voice foundation chapter in the country!
We have a great line up this year – In addition to our standard speech/language voice therapy topic (Remember Resonanza?) in December and the Challenging Cases Potpourri in June, we have three exciting programs to present
The NWVF leads off on Monday October 7th with a very compelling lecture- “TONE DEAFNESS AND OTHER MYTHS” presented by Prof Steven Demorest of the UW School of Music.
In addition to the December 2nd and June 2nd listings above, please save the date for:
February 3rd – Warm-ups for Choral Singers and Soloists
April 7th – Master Class with Lieschen Moore – Musical Theater Singing
You have been terrific in your support – we should have another banner year.
Challenge yourself to bring someone new to the October meeting –
Attendance is free; we do encourage you to contact Marty Nevdahl to be on the email list. Each of you is strongly encouraged to join national Voice Foundation chapter; a part of your dues will come back to the local chapter if you indicate your “involvement” with the NWVF.
The meetings all occur on the first Monday of every even numbered month (except August) and are all in Eagleson Hall on the corner of 42nd and 15th with the exception of the Master Class, which has been held in Music Hall on main campus.
Please check each flyer for details.
Business Meeting 6:30pm-7:00pm
Presentation/Discussion 7:00pm-8:15pm or so
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