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Functional Vocal Training

For singers, actors, speakers, managers

Object of the vocal training is the maximal potential of your voice. The pulmonary air is completely transported into sound. No interfering noises are audible. You cultivate a sonorous and well delivered voice which lends distinctness and supremacy to your appearance.
Being in permanent contact with scientists of Neurobiology our training is based on the newest knowledge of brain research.
In our training we put emphasis on your body`s own sensation. You sensitize physical awareness in various respects of perception. Especially you will train your sense of hearing. In addition to that you acquire a powerful breathing. As a result you are able to build your voice very quickly. So you will achieve audible results very soon.

When necessary we apply modern imaging processes, for instance the overtone analyzer. So we can graph your voice. On the basis of this diagrammatic overview you can see how to improve even more your vocal potential.
An important part of our training is the work on a polished articulation. Especially persons with an error in speaking benefit from our offering.
Besides you learn important basics about voice hygienics and about the anti aging for your voice.
Thereby you prevent vocal problems and you also keep your voice in good health, young and flexible.

What means Functional Vocal Training?

The expression refers to the speaking, but also to the singing voice. In functional respects both voice types have several similarities, but also some varieties, as for instance the dosage of breath or the tension of the vocal chords. The expression "functional" is based on the fact, that a "voice organ" does not exist in reality. The voice is built by various organs, which had originally to fulfill other functions. But for the phonation they cooperate.
So the original task of the diaphragm and the windpipe is the breathing. The vocal chords should originally protect the thorax during physical activity. Tongue, teeth and mouth cavity were planned for ingestion, but they undertake important tasks for the phonation and articulation. All these takers build in the second place the "voice organ" by playing together. Ideally these singular componenets are combined so efficently that the singer/speaker achieves the maximal vocal potential with a minimal physical effort.

Head of institut: Alexandra von der Weth · 0211.9 46 87 21 ·