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Celebrate Singing has gathered the most amazing trio of voice health authors; Nancy Bos, Cate Frazier-Neely, Joanne Bozeman. Together they have written the best-selling book:
Singing Through Change: Women’s Voices in Midlife, Menopause, and Beyond (2020, StudioBos Media). The book, a culmination of 3 years of groundbreaking research work, is a wealth of resources and stories.
Take this eye-opening 1-hr class from Dr. Ekta Kapoor of Mayo Clinic. It costs $20, and it is the best money you will ever spend if you are a woman or love a woman who’s in her 40s. Its an all-encompassing talk on perimenopause and menopause. Dr. Kapoor exposes the reasons women are being misled about optimizing health. Learn everything needed for a great foundation, including new findings your doctor might not even be aware of.
Director Kath Williams presents ‘The Inner Singer in You!’ This motivational talk, ‘The Inner Singer in You!’ focuses on vocal identity. Who are we in our singing? How do we 'skill that singer up' for the vision of what we wiil be and what can make us the best possible singer.
The Latest on Radiofrequency Ablation of Thyroid Nodules’
Dr. Dhillon is currently researching the role of voice outcomes in patients after thyroid and parathyroid surgery when there is concern for vocal fold weakness or paralysis. She is also evaluating the role of office based treatment on vocal fold paralysis, as well as neurogenic recovery of vocal fold paralysis.
Two one-hour sessions in this Choral Course with Presenters Kim Vaughn and Kath Williams on the topic of singing in choirs and choral groups to boost your vocal and body health in midlife.
Followed by an interview with Jan Touring-Muck where she gives insight to making acapella singing joyful! Jan is a Master Director, Singer and Author, an international medal-winner and a coach of men's and women's a cappella choruses.
'Vocal Compositions BY Women, FOR Women's Voices - Finding the voice of grief, rage, love and reverence' Andrea Leap. This class works with some of the music of women composers that have been neglected over history and given less exposure. Specifically, Andrea introduces us to the compositions of Maria Teresa Agnesi Pinottini, Margaret Bonds, Nina Simone and Caroline Shaw.
Alexis Davis-Hazell, Mezo Soprano and her Journey Singing Through Change. This talk will inspire you in your journey!
Celebrate Singing™ for Women in Midlife & Beyond
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