My review of “Acting the Song Performance: Skills for the Musical Theater” has just been published in the Voice and Speech Review. Follow the link for free access; https://www.tandfonline.com/eprint/izyeDDHda64ZAQmfCujg/full
My first published article has won the Voice and Speech Review Forum Article of the Year Award. Extremely honoured and so very grateful to the editorial board for the consideration and a huge thank you to Tanera Marshall. VSR Pedagogy editor for all her help and patience.
This article has taken it’s sweet time to be published but can finally be seen here in the Voice and Speech Review published by Taylor Francis.
I am very excited to be offering, in collaboration with Shift Space Inc. my very first workshop on Montreal. Check out the link for details. Voice Workshop with the Amazing Shannon Holmes – Fitzmaurice Voice Work
“Words mean more than what is set down on paper. It takes the human voice to infuse them with deeper meaning.” Maya Angelou
“If you want to find the secrets of the universe, think in terms of energy, frequency and vibration.”~ Nikolai Tesla Musings on why we need to broaden our vocal landscape; Sound doesn’t just have the capacity to “move” the listener on an emotional level, but it also can illicit a physiological response from the vibrationsContinue reading “Vibration; Secrets of the Universe”
“Speech is music. The text of a part or a play is a melody, an opera, or a symphony.” ~Stanislavski, Building a Character
“Inspiration denotes both the physical act of breathing in and the mental act of creating a thought. The expiration (breathing out) or expression of the thought is likewise both physical and mental” ~ Catherine Fitzmaurice
“The most elementary fault and that in most urgent need of correction, is the overstraining of the voice because one forgets to speak with the body.” ~ Grotowski, Towards A Poor Theatre Think back and remember a highly emotional (good or bad, happy or sad) event in your life. Now, think about the sounds thatContinue reading “Speak With The Body”