Comparative Pedagogy 2014

Comparative Pedagogy 2014

During this course, six master teachers present teaching demonstrations and case histories of students are discussed.

$250
Format: 
Live Course
Category: 
On-Demand
Graduate Credit Available: 
Yes

This course will be held live on April 26, 2014 (10 am - 6 pm) and May 3, 2014 (10 am - 6 pm), at the National Opera Center, 330 Seventh Avenue, NYC.

During this course, six master teachers present teaching demonstrations and case histories of students are discussed. Concrete links are made between various teaching strategies and the scientific and medical information covered in other courses of the PDP program. It is suggested (but not required) that the 4 other core curriculum course be taken first. Many NYSTA members attend or view this class every year, taking away useful new studio strategies and greater awareness of their own teaching style. 

Faculty Presentations

  • Richard Leech
    The Balanced Voice (Session I)
  • Elizabeth Kling
    Healthy Singing at Any Age (Session I)
  • Amy L. Cooper
    Remedial Voice: The Show Must Go On (Session II)
  • John West
    Accent Reduction & Dialect Acquisition (Session II)
  • David McCall
    Contemporary Voice (Session III)
  • Lisa Rochelle
    Managing Muscle Tension in Contemporary Theatre Singing (Session III)

 

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Jan Pranschke- Moderator

Faculty Bios

2014 Comparative Pedagy Biographies.pdf

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