||Schofield Hall 218|
||Eau Claire, WI 54702-4004|
To be Held April 7
MAILED: March 20, 2000|
The 2000 Voice Symposium will examine care of the professional and performing voice Friday, April 7.
The program, sponsored by the University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire Human Sciences and Services Outreach in cooperation with UW-Extension, the department of communication disorders and the department of music and theatre arts, will run from 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. at the Ramada Inn & Conference Center, Eau Claire.
The workshop will examine vocal health issues for professional voice users, provide information regarding the diagnosis and treatment of voice disorders and implications for the professional singing and speaking performer, and look at how to manage singing and speaking problems. Limited private vocal consultations also will be available.
The voice symposium faculty consists of Lisa Bast, coordinator of the Voice Center, Marshfield Clinic, Marshfield; Dr. Karen Brookens, assistant professor of music and theatre arts; Dr. Richard Crane, otolaryngologist, Western Wisconsin Ear, Nose and Throat Center; Dean Kallenbach, district manager, Wisconsin Public Radio; Dr. Toni Poll-Sorensen, professor of kinesiology and athletics; Dr. Kathryn Proctor Duax, professor of music and theatre arts; Gary Rambo, South Middle School vocal music department; and Dr. Larry Solberg, associate professor of communication disorders.
The registration fee is $89, with a fee of $35 for full-time students. The registration deadline is Monday, April 3. Participants will earn 0.6 continuing education units.
Contact Human Sciences and Services Outreach, (715) 836-3990, for more information.
Janice B. Wisner
UW-Eau Claire News Bureau
Updated: March 20, 2000