ENHANCEMENT OF THE HEALTHY VOICE
EMPOWERMENT FOR THE TROUBLED VOICE
Voice Productions and Disorders - Where Science Meets Art
RECENT ADDITIONS! One-day workshop and Choral Workshop
Our professional development program, consisting of one-day Workshops, choral fitness workshops, and the Summer Seminars, is based on the work of David Blair McClosky. In collaboration with otolaryngologists at Syracuse University and the Massachusetts Eye and Ear Infirmary in Boston, Mr. McClosky developed techniques to resolve vocal problems without surgery. The techniques he pioneered in the 1950's are now used worldwide by performing musicians, speakers, and teachers to maintain healthy, resilient voices even under demanding conditions.
The McClosky Institute of Voice, founded in 1981, is a non-profit organization dedicated to the maintenance and enhancement of the healthy voice, as well as care and help for the troubled voice. Certified McClosky Voice Technicians (CMVT) are voice teachers, professional singers and speakers, music educators, choral conductors and speech and language pathologists. They are experienced in helping other professional voice users to modify their vocal habits to rebuild and enhance healthy, robust and lasting speaking and singing voices.