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Know Your Voice

Learn how to access your expressive and authentic voice.

Know Your Voice

Learn how to access your expressive and authentic voice.
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Learn how to build and access your full vocal potential with these basic vocal exercises for finding core-sound including:

  • Breath management
  • Laryngeal control
  • Manipulation of filters and resonators
  • Language and tongue workouts

The vocal paradox provides training in the expressive, impactful, and authentic use of your voice for song and speech.

Voice teacher, Anette Norgaard, establishes a bridge between the practical, scientific, artistic, and personal skillsets involved in voice proficiency. Paired with audio and video exercise materials, the reader is guided through a systematic exploration of the mental, emotional and spiritual elements involved in finding their ‘core-sound’ while also exploring ‘vocal identity types.’

Anette will have you digging deeper into what it means to express yourself fully and truthfully through your unique voice and provide you with a broad understanding of the ‘vocal paradox.’

Who should take this course?

This course is suitable for voice users - aka all levels of speech and song.

Requirements

  • You should have a curiosity about how to use and express yourself through your voice.
  • Instrument and general music knowledge is helpful but not required.

About the instructors

Anette Norgaard

Voice teacher and performance coach
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Anette has been a voice teacher of both speech and singing 
in New York City ​​for more than a decade.
She teaches vocal performance workshops, group classes and individual lessons.
She has recently released the book The Vocal Paradox about her teaching methods.
Anette is also a recording artist, a songwriter, an actor and a voice over artist. 
Anette is originally from Denmark where she graduated from The Danish Academy of Musical Theater (2004). During her time at school she ended up with an injury on her vocal cords (a polyp) and subsequently had an operation. The efforts of fully recovering from her surgery spurred her into understanding vocal science, vocal pedagogy and a deep interest for 'the human condition' as it interacts with the voice. 
As she recovered, she discovered that she now had a new set of tools she wish she had had as a young singer, and set out helping others understanding their voice, and why they might not be accessing its full potential.

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