Sponsor Disclosure Statement: We appreciate and value the conference sponsors as noted here. Sponsorship is for the sole purpose of providing financial or in-kind support for this conference. The conference sponsorship does not imply endorsement of any persons or products. Relevant sponsor information will be available in the refreshment and break area, but will not be permitted in the instructional spaces for this conference.
With its rich tradition of voice and choral excellence, close proximity to the region’s top opera and choral performance organizations and committed, engaged faculty, the University of Washington School of Music remains a top choice for serious students of voice and choral activities.
With 30 years experience developing tools for the speech and voice community, PENTAX Medical offers complete, quality solutions for otolaryngologists, and speech language pathologists. These include renowned digital stroboscopy systems, cost-effective general endoscopy systems, and swallowing and speech assessment products. PENTAX Medical provides a broad array of well-engineered, reliable products for improved patient care.
Northwest Voice would like to thank our sponsors for their generous support of
"The Art & Science of the Performing Voice"
The top-ranked University of Washington Department of Speech & Hearing Sciences is committed to the science of communication. It is part of the Natural Sciences division of the College of Arts and Sciences. Its research and courses address the fundamental aspects of communication—hearing, speech, and language—as well as the causes and treatment of disorders such as childhood speech sound disorders, aphasia, stuttering, voice disorders, and hearing loss. The department operates the UW Speech and Hearing Clinic, a clinical training and research facility that is integral to the department and serves those affected by communication disorders within the community.
Founded in 1944, National Association of Teachers of Singing, Inc. (NATS) is the largest professional association of teachers of singing in the world with more than 7,000 members in the United States, Canada, and more than 35 other countries. Whether working in independent studios, community schools, elementary and secondary schools, or higher education, NATS members represent the diversity of today’s music landscape, teaching in all vocal styles.