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The Parker Institute's Inaugural Seminar for Singers Features Guest Speaker Joan Lader in Program Promoting Vocal Health in Performers

Co-sponsored by MusiCares and Weill Cornell's Center for the Performing Artist, the Sean Parker Institute for the Voice offered a program of lectures and demonstrations about vocal health aimed at performers on Monday November 13. The inaugural event drew a capacity crowd, underlining the need for education in this area. Legendary voice trainer and therapist Joan Lader was featured as a guest speaker in a program that also covered phonatory anatomy and physiology, the mechanisms of injury and its treatment, and the Institute's own evidence-driven approach to treating performers. The program was offered to the performing artist community at no charge. 

The Institute's Seminar for Singers drew a capacity crowd.

Voice trainer Joan Lader keeps the audience's attention The Institute's Rachel Coleman leads a lively Q&APreparing for the attendees

Speech therapists Christine Estes, Chandler Thompson, Dr. Lucian Sulica, Rachel Coleman and Jennifer Leff, Senior Director, MusiCares

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