INSPECTOR VOICE

Investigating the longevity of the ageing voice.

 
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Rebecca Moseley-Morgan

 

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Your voice is unique, it gives you identity and character and carries your emotions. As many as 33% of people use their voices for their work (apart from singers), and all of us use our voice to socialise and communicate. But are you looking after it as effectively as you care for the rest of your body? There is a wealth of knowledge from sports and voice science research to help tackle typical voice problems with precise tools and techniques. I am a former opera singer turned voice science researcher whose research focused on vocal functionality and underpins my current work and courses. I can help both singers and speakers optimize their vocal function through either group work or individual sessions.

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INSPECTOR VOICE

Rebecca Moseley-Morgan

Becky is a former opera singer turned voice scientist. In her former career she sang with many notable companies including Glyndebourne, WNO and Opera 80, and she has performed throughout the UK, Europe and the Far East.
Becky is currently Chair of Education for the British Voice Association where her role is to produce events which promote healthy voice use. Rebecca has an MA in musicology and is currently nearing the end of her PhD research at University College London. Her research investigates what interventions can maintain the functionality of the mature female voice She has a busy voice studio in Oxford, she gives workshops throughout the UK on the functionality of the voice for singers and speakers, voice science, tips and techniques for choral singers, maintaining the mature voice and breath management. She is an adjudicator for the International and British Federation of Music Festivals.