Vocal Pedagogy

New England Conservatory voice professor Ian Howell, upper left, works remotely with students Kaitlin Burton, right, and Cynthia Tseng, lower left, using technology that eliminates delays. (Courtesy)
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NEC professor Ian Howell spoke with WBUR about his work on low-latency music making, addressing both the technology and the human need for togetherness through music.
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NEC: Burnes Hall

NEC's students meet one-on-one each week with a faculty artist to perfect their craft. As each one leaves NEC to make their mark in the performance world, they present a full, professional recital...

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NEC: Burnes Hall

NEC's students meet one-on-one each week with a faculty artist to perfect their craft. As each one leaves NEC to make their mark in the performance world, they present a full, professional recital...

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NEC: Burnes Hall

NEC's students meet one-on-one each week with a faculty artist to perfect their craft. As each one leaves NEC to make their mark in the performance world, they present a full, professional recital...

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Kayla Gautereaux, Assistant Vocal Pedagogy Director and Vocal Pedagogy Lab Manager at New England Conservatory, lectures on vocal pedagogy and the acoustics of the singing voice and advises students...

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Thursday evenings - Online
  • Fall 2020
  • Spring 2021

Probably the most important element of the singer's training is vocal technique—the set of rules governing healthy vocal production, carefully instilled through work with the experienced mentor. But...

Ian Howell
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Dr. Ian Howell is a member of the voice faculty of the New England Conservatory of Music where he directs the graduate voice pedagogy program, teaches studio voice, and coaches students in Baroque...