Financial Disclosure: Ms. Rosenberg is receiving an honorarium from NW Voice for presenting. She receives royalties from her book, The Vocal Athlete, published by Plural Publishing.
Non-Financial Disclosure: Ms. Rosenberg has no non-financial disclosures.
Marci is a singer, speech pathologist and clinical singing voice specialist. An active performer in her earlier years, Marci completed her degree in vocal performance at Peabody Conservatory before entering the field of Speech Language Pathology. She has worked clinically for over 20 years at The University of Michigan, Vocal Health Center specializing in rehabilitation of injured voices. Additionally, she serves as the on-site vocal health consultant to the Department of Musical Theatre at University of Michigan. Marci teaches workshops and lectures nationally and internationally on a wide array of topics including vocal fitness, application of SOVT’s to voice training, managing vocal injuries and rehabilitation in elite singers, application of kinesiology and motor learning principals to voice training, and healthy belting. She is co-author of The Vocal Athlete, and The Vocal Athlete- Application and technique for the hybrid singer, going into its 3rd Edition. She has research publications and is also a featured author in several voice pedagogy books. She was recently guest faculty at the Acoustic Pedagogy Workshop and has been guest faculty at The New CCM Summer Pedagogy Institute at Shenandoah since 2010. Marci served as Vice President of the Pan-American Vocology Association. Among the first cohort to receive PAVA-RV, Marci Chairs the PAVA Symposium Oversight Committee and continues to be very active with PAVA. In addition to her clinical practice, Marci maintains a private voice studio and consulting practice. As Marci specializes in multiple vocal styles, her clients have ranged from the Broadway stage to the Metropolitan Opera and everything in between. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org, marci-rosenberg.com.
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