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Published on Nov 12, 2016
Vocal injuries are on the rise on Broadway and regionally throughout the United States. Who’s to blame? The composer? The musical director? The producers? How do we, as teachers, protect our students from these issues? Pedagogical knowledge is not always enough. New York City based voice teacher, composer and musical director David Sisco will outline how vocal injuries are prevented and treated in New York (Broadway/off-Broadway), England (West End) and Australia (Melbourne) through a collected series of interviews with performers, writers, musical directors, casting directors and ENTs. Discover the similarities and differences of how the musical theater industry works in these locales and get specific insights on how to best prepare your students and private clients for an active career in this competitive field.