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Level 1: Figures for Voice™

Level 1 Figures for Voice Control Course ID: 2837
Date: 2024/10/02 to 2024/10/04 (YYYY/MM/DD) Time: Wed. 12 - 21pm, Thurs. 9 -19pm, Fri. 9 -13pm Cost: 400€ incl. coffee, tea, snack Language: German/English Prerequisites: None
Instructors: Helga Westmark
Contact: Helga Westmark | hsw.apw@privat.dk | +4524632212
Course Location:
Studio Eulenstrasse
Eulenstrasse 70A 
Hamburg Europe
Germany

Course Description

Level 1: Figures for Voice Control™ is for anyone who would like to improve their singing or speaking voice—singers, actors, vocal coaches, drama instructors, speech-language pathologists, and other vocal health professionals. Level 1 teaches the Craft of speaking and singing. This live course explores each Estill Figure (vocal structure) and includes:

  • Level 1 Workbook™, Make & Move Larynx™, supporting handouts
  • Introduction to 13 Figures for Voice Control™
  • Vocal exercises for range, strength, clarity, and stamina
  • Large and small group learning and discussions
  • Masterclass/open coaching sessions for repertoire or case studies

Estill Voiceprint Plus™ is highly recommended for this course. Purchase this software (APP) for MAC or PC at the time of registration and receive 25% off the regular price. (This is a one-time offer at registration only).

A Level 1 Certificate of Attendance will be issued upon completion of this Level 1 Course. This certificate is one of the requirements for Trainer Certification in Estill Voice Training®.

Cancellation policies are at the discretion of the course instructor. Refunds or course credit may or may not apply. Refer to the course description or contact the course instructor for more information.

*Estill Voice Training®, and its parent company Estill Voice International, LLC, has neither an aesthetic nor gender bias and stands for the strengthening of cultural diversity, plurality and inclusion.



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