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Friday, April 15 • 3:45pm - 5:15pm
Vocal Coaching
Masi Asare, “Singing Unhealthy: Lauryn Hill and the Limits of Vocal Sound”
Cain Cressall and Laura Glitsos, “Interactive Vocal Coaching Presentation: Extreme Vocals as Marginal and Mainstream Phenomena”
Jake Johnson, “How to Build the Broadway Voice Without Really Trying”

Moderators
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Ginger Dellenbaugh

Ginger Dellenbaugh is a cultural critic, musician, and professor at The New School, where she teaches about music, politics, and the voice. A trained opera singer, she performed for over a decade in Europe and the U.S. In 2015, she released the album Pastorale. Dellenbaugh lives in Vienna, Austria, and New York. “Seeing Songs: Pop Music, Sign Language, and the Translation of Voice into Sung Silence” | In Star Trek: The Next... Read More →

Speakers
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Masi Asare

Masi Asare is a songwriter, voice coach, and PhD candidate in Performance Studies at New York University. Her voice students perform on Broadway, in touring productions, and at downtown rock/pop venues. Her songwriting has received honors from ASCAP, the Dramatists Guild, and the Ziegfeld Club, and her secret agent musical Sympathy Jones is produced around the world. Asare has served on the editorial staff of TDR and as a grant writer for... Read More →
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Cain Cressall

Cain Cressall has been an extreme vocalist for more than a decade with Australian thrash metal band Malignant Monster, based in Western Australia. Since 2009, Cain Cressall has also fronted international touring band The Amenta, an experimental metal group based in the Eastern States of Australia. Cressall has also collaborated on a variety of projects such as Ouroboros and Swedish melodic death metal Zornheym. Cressall is interested in exploring... Read More →
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Laura Glitsos

Laura Glitsos is completing a doctoral dissertation on the impacts of digital music on the emotional dimensions of music listening. She has lectured at Curtin University and Edith Cowan University in popular music studies and has previously lectured in communication studies, cultural studies, Internet studies, and journalism. In addition to academic writing, Glitsos has worked as a freelance music journalist for Xpress Magazine. Glitsos has... Read More →
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Jake Johnson

Jake Johnson is a cultural historian of American musical experiences. His work has been published in This Land Press, TEMPO, Echo: A Music-Centered Journal, Dialogue: A Journal of Mormon Thought, and Journal of the Society for American Music. Jake is completing his PhD in musicology at UCLA, where he is writing a dissertation that explores the rich relationship between musical theater and Mormonism. “How to Build the Broadway Voice Without... Read More →


Friday April 15, 2016 3:45pm - 5:15pm
Demo Lab EMP Museum, 325 5th Avenue N, Seattle, WA 98109

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