Saturday September 18, 2010
Al & Malka Green Artists’ Health Centre
Toronto Western Hospital (3rd floor, West Wing)
399 Bathurst Street
This full-day workshop will focus on ways to prevent vocal injury and assure longevity by teaching the performer how to protect and prepare the voice. Emphasis will be placed on:
- Reviewing basic anatomy of voice production
- Behavioral & environmental influences on the voice
- Identifying healthy voice strategies
- Understand the essential elements of an individual warm up
Lori Holmes, M. Sc. is a highly respected speech-language pathologist with over 20 years of experience, integrating a solid background in science with practical experience in training the voice. Since 2001 she has had the joy of combining her love of theatre with her love of voice at the Stratford Shakespeare Festival and has since become an integral part of the coaching team. In London, her private practice, WellSpoken, provides expertise in communication and speaking skill enhancement, accent reduction and rehabilitation for injured voices. A dynamic speaker, she provides workshops in voice care and training for various professionals throughout Ontario.
Lori currently teaches the graduate course in Voice and Voice Disorders to speech-language pathology students at The University of Western Ontario. She regularly lectures to the otolaryngology residents at the Shulich School of Medicine and is the speech-language pathologist at The Vocal Function Clinic, London Health Sciences Centre. She is a guest presenter with the Artist’s Health Centre Foundation in Toronto providing workshops and lectures to professional artists and students in training.
Workshop: 10:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.
Workshop fee: $40
20% Discount for TAPA Members
To register please contact us at:
Phone: 416.351.0239 | Email: email@example.com | Fax: 416.595.0009
Or visit our website to print off and mail in a registration form
Pre-registration is required, as space is limited.
For your comfort, this is a scent-free workshop. Please refrain from wearing any perfume, cologne, aftershave or scented products. Thank you.
The Artists’ Health Centre Foundation gratefully acknowledges the support of the Ontario Trillium Foundation. The Ontario Trillium Foundation is an agency of the Government of Ontario.