Estill Voice Training Class

Vocal knowledge is vocal power.  Estill Voice Training uses science to teach voice.  EVT exercises are effective tools that will reveal the beauty in your voice.
 
“Everyone has a beautiful voice…you just have to know how to use it!” – Jo Estill
 
What does having a “beautiful voice” mean to you?
A strong voice that commands the attention of crowd?
A versatile voice that sounds like your favorite recording artist?
A clear voice that calms your friends and family?
 
Vocal Versatility and Vibrant Health
Estill Voice Training promotes body awareness and mindfulness to give you the confidence that your voice will always be ready to respond to any challenge you may face in performance and daily life.
 
What are your vocal challenges?
My voice gets tired at the end of my work shift
My voice is fatigued and I lose range after long rehearsals
My voice is hoarse and weak after a night out with my friends
I’m losing my high notes as I get older
I’m an opera singer and want to belt without straining my voice
I need to change the color of my voice when singing different musical styles
 
Estill Voice Training courses and teachers are dedicated to seeing you reach your personal vocal goals.
 
The Theatre Lab is pleased to present this special offering. Please read full registration instructions to ensure your spot in the class.
 
PLEASE NOTE: You will also need to place a $65 registration for materials at Estill Voice International on our course page, here. Please return to this page for your class registration.

 

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Estill Voice Training Class
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Price: $535.00
Start Date: 8/19/2019 | End Date: 8/23/2019
Day of the week: Monday-Friday
Time: 9:00AM - 6:00PM Mon-Thurs, 9:00AM-4:00PM Friday
Instructor(s): Theatre Lab Instructor


Kimberly Steinhauer, Ph.D., has devoted her entire career to the voice—in song, education, and research. As a singer, she has been employed in a variety of musical venues ranging from pop, musical theater, and opera to sacred music. Most recently, she has been heard as pop soloist with the Musician’s Concert Band, as the “Queen of the Night” with the Edgewood Symphony Orchestra, and a “Walküre” in Opera Theater of Pittsburgh’s Die Walküre. Her roles have ranged from “the Witch” in Into the Woods to “Grandma” in Phantasmagorilla? No! Phantasmagoria , a new opera by Efrain Amaya. Kimberly also acts as Soprano Soloist and Children’s Choir Director at Mt. Lebanon United Lutheran Church. She has worked with world renowned voice specialist, Jo Estill, since 1985 and is an Estill Voice Training™ (EVT) Certified Course Instructor.

As a voice educator, Kimberly has taught vocal and instrumental music in the public school system for grades K-12, guided the private voice studio at California University of Pennsylvania, and instructed anatomy and physiology of speech and hearing, as well as speech science courses at Duquesne University. She has been recruited as a voice consultant nationally and internationally, and tailors voice exercises and repertoire specifically for clients who have experienced vocal injury, in her role as Singing Voice Specialist. Dr. Steinhauer has served as Head of Voice for the Conservatory of Performing Arts at Point Park University.

As a voice investigator, Kimberly worked as research health scientist at the Veterans Administration Pittsburgh Healthcare System where she was awarded a 3 year, $400,000 Merit Review grant to study voice motor learning in healthy and disordered aging speakers. The task under study exploits computer assisted learning strategies for the EVT™ Voice Quality Twang as it applies to vocal power in expert, novice, and disordered (hypophonic or weak) speakers.

She combined her love of singing and inquiry into the science of singing for her B.S. in Music Education at Indiana University of Pennsylvania, M.A. in Speech Communication at The Pennsylvania State University, and Ph.D. in Communication Science and Disorders at the University of Pittsburgh. Dr. Steinhauer’s work has been published in the Journal of Voice, Emotions in the Human Voice, and in Professional Voice: The Science and Art of Clinical Care, 3rd edition. She is editor of The Voice Foundation Newsletter and Founding Partner of Estill Voice International, LLC, a woman-owned company with headquarters in Pittsburgh, PA.

Email Steve Quintillian for more details: squintilian@icloud.com

 

PLEASE NOTE: You will also need to place a $65 registration for materials at Estill Voice International on our course page, here. Please return to this page for your class registration.

 

Estill Voice Training Class - Student Rate
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Price: $285.00
Start Date: 8/19/2019 | End Date: 8/23/2019
Day of the week: Monday-Friday
Time: 9:00AM - 6:00PM Mon-Thurs, 9:00AM-4:00PM Friday
Instructor(s): Theatre Lab Instructor


 

Details about this course can be found above. Email Steve Quintillian for more details: squintilian@icloud.com

 

The Theatre Lab full-time student rate applies to any current full-time college or high school students. Proof of student ID will be required after you register.

 

PLEASE NOTE: You will also need to place a $65 registration for materials at Estill Voice International on our course page, here. Please return to this page for your class registration.