EVTA promotes exchange between our various member countries and all singing teachers and singers who are engaged in artistic or scientific research. Presenters can offer:
On this page you will find abstracts on artistic and technical research or scientific aspects of the voice.
The intention is that affiliated members or other interested parties can look on the EVTA website for subjects from this range of topics, both artistic or vocal, technical or scientific, for the programming of activities in their own region. This not only promotes cooperation between the different countries, but can also contribute ideas to possibly carry out new research and/or give new impulses to vocal training.
The condition is that these presentations can also be given in English.
Anyone who has a proposal and can present or teach in English, is requested to submit an abstract with cv and photo in Word (maximum 1 A4 page). Please send it to our research coordinator, Lieve Jansen. We will contact the sender for further details if necessary.
Extreme vocal effects - How to use them safely in your interpretation
Fear of Failure & Stage fright - What is it and how to overcome it?
Interpretation & Stage presence: Telling a story – The real goal of vocal technique
Lecture: French Lyric Diction, a New Approach
Lecture: French Song as a multicultural marriage between 2 musical systems.
Masterclass:Teh Pedagogical Body of Singing Teachers
Abstracts Lectures and Masterclasses Ineke van Doorn (NL)
Lecture From the Inside Out: Singing technique for Pop and Jazz singers
Lecture/Workshop Breathing for pop and jazz singers
Masterclass How do you duo?
Masterclass Jazz Singing and Improvisation
French Declamation in the Music of Poulenc
The Geography of Song:Interpretation. Embodiment. Performance. A multi-disciplinary approach.
Use of the Flow Ball in Singing and Speech Voice Training
Comfort Zone in Singing as Marker of Training Progress
What Must I Do with My Tongue in Singing? Nonlinear Source-Filter Theory in the Singing Voice: Study of the Biomechanical Adjustments of the Thyroarythenoid Muscles as a Consequence of the Lingual Movement.
Master Class “The French Taste”
The Flow of Breath: A Fusion of Yoga and Singing
A Comparative Study of Dalcroze, Kodaly and Suzuki Methods with a View to Maximizing Dyslexic Singers' Self-regulating Strategies when Rehearsing and Performing a Classical Piece
Workshop: The Body Instrument