VOICE OPEN HOUSE &
Vocal Pedagogy Seminar
Saturday & Sunday, October 26 & 27, 2013
Bezanson Recital Hall, UMass Amherst
For Voice and Choral Teachers and Students, with
Carol McAmis: Brain Compatible Practicing
Alys Terrien-Queen: Efficient & Effective Practicing
UMass Voice/Choral faculty: The College Voice Audition Process,
a panel discussion
Masterclasses for High School & College students
All Seminar events are FREE and open to the public.
Please register to attend.
Professional Development Points are available upon request.
|Ithaca College Voice Professor Carol McAmis is a specialist in movement training and
relaxation techniques for singers. She is a Guild-certified Feldenkrais teacher and
member, Feldenkrais Guild of North America.
|Alys Terrien-Queen performs as soloist, chamber musician and collaborative
pianist. She has taught music pedagogy at New England Conservatory and presents her
research on practicing, musical memory and learning styles to teacher and student
groups in community and university programs nationally.
Saturday, October 26 Register online
12:30pm: Discussion, The College Voice Audition: How to Prepare and What to Expect
1:30pm: Masterclass for High School students with UMass faculty
2:45pm: Brain Compatible Practicing with Carol McAmis
4:30pm: Brain Compatible Practicing, continued
6:30pm: Dinner Break
8pm: Concert, Stephanie Blythe & Les Violons du Roy, Purchase Tickets @ 413 545 2511 or https://fac.umass.edu/Online/LesViolons
Sunday, October 27 Register Online
9:30am: Efficient & Effective Practicing with Alys Terrien-Queen
11:30pm: Lunch Break
12:30pm: Masterclass with UMass students
Questions: Marjorie Melnick, Senior Lecturer in Voice, email@example.com
Sponsors: Voice Area, UMass Amherst Department of Music with help from the Alviani Fund,
and the Boston chapter of the National Association of Teachers of Singing
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