Juli Rosenzweig, MS, CCC-SLP, SAG-AFTRA

Juli Rosenzweig, MS, CCC-SLP, SAG-AFTRA, is a Speech-Language Pathologist who specializes in Laryngology at the University of Washington Medical Center where she has worked for the past 21 years. She is proud to be part of the performing voice clinic at UWMC. Prior to her work as a speech pathologist, she herself was a radio, stage, and film actor. She trained with Arthur Lessac and then worked as a dialect coach and theatre voice teacher in both local and regional theatres and in a conservatory program in Washington. She is passionate about working with performing voice and professional voice users with voice disorders. She especially enjoys coordinating care with local singing voice specialists and acting teachers.

Interactive Workshop - Lessac Resonant Voice Strategies

Juli will demonstrate and teach Lessac resonance strategies including Y-Buzz, +Y-Buzz and call. These techniques come from stage acting but are quite useful in speech pathology as a means of teaching an efficient and safe way to perceptually raise volume without strain. These resonance strategies can be used for singing as well as speaking. There will be an opportunity for you to experiment with the techniques from your seats.

Panel - Urgent care of the Professional Voice User


​​Panel - Pulling Back the Curtain: The Performer Undergoes Surgery (A Case Study)

​A multi-disciplinary approach is imperative to rehabilitate a singer with an injured voice. This presentation will demonstrate the importance of collaboration during the rehabilitative process and the importance of the voice team approach.






Financial Disclosure: Ms. Rosenzweig has no financial relationships to disclose. 


Non-Financial Disclosure: Ms. Rosenzweig is a member of the conference planning committee. She has no other non-financial relationships to disclose.