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Published on Mar 9, 2017
Have you ever wondered why your voice sounds the way it does? Kristen Murdaugh teaches how your voice works and how to keep it healthy.
Native of South Carolina, Kristen Murdaugh is a member of the class of 2017 at Furman University where she studies Vocal Performance and German Studies. In her time at Furman she has studied Vocal Pedagogy both independently and in the classroom. She plans to continue her studies in graduate school next fall to complete a Masters in Vocal Pedagogy and Vocal Science. She is a Furman Advantage Teaching Fellow of Music Theory as well as a member of vocal ensembles such as the Furman University Chamber Choir and the Twelve Peers. She has performed in numerous opera productions while at Furman, including but not limited to her role as Madame Flora in the Furman Lyric Theatre’s production of Menotti’s The Medium. Kristen's career ambitions, day-to-day studies, and hobbies revolve around a healthy voice. Through her talk, she hopes to communicate how important and easy it can be to develop habits that will preserve your voice for years to come.
This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at http://ted.com/tedx
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