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On this podcast, we interview voice and bodywork professionals to provide helpful information for overall health and optimal function of the voice. We interview SLPs, Otolaryngologists, Manual Therapists, Body Oriented Psychotherapists, Health Coaches, Fitness Instructors, Broadway Performers, Opera singers, Singer/Songwriters, Voice Teachers, Composers, Company Managers, Sports Broadcasters, and more. It is our mission to educate the professional voice user and provide knowledgable, creative, and compassionate advice to restore, regain, and create happiness and success in each vocal journey.
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CJ Greer is voice faculty at the University of Nevada, Reno implementing a new Musical Theatre degree program. CJ found her passion in vocal performance and instruction. She carries an MFA in Music Theatre Vocal Pedagogy and MM/Classical from Penn State University, and a BME from the University of Illinois/Champaign-Urbana. CJ has performed and presented around the world as singer, actor, teacher, and conductor with an undying love for storytelling through music. She is faculty for the ‘Bel Canto Can Belto’ workshops and ‘The Broadway Artist Intensive.’ Research interests span from bringing movement and intimacy training practices into the voice studio, to interdisciplinary approaches to vocal performance, to working with the medical field exploring where science and singing can heal. CJ has been featured in Classical Singer magazine, VASTA’s Voice and Speech Review, The Visceral Voice podcast, and is currently finishing her Open Source Forms (OSF) certification. Broadway/National Tour/Regional credits. AEA, MTEA, NATS, VASTA, NYSTA. cjgstudio@gmail.com |  https://www.unr.edu/music/faculty/cj-greerBe sure to check out my Self-Care Membership, courses, and events at www.thevisceralvoice.com! And follow us on Instagram!Are you willing and able to becoming a Supporter of The Visceral Voice Podcast to help keep this podcast running? Please click here for our Patreon membership or here for a one-time PayPal contribution.
Jenna Battipaglia, M.S. CCC-SLP, is a speech language pathologist, specializing in the voice. Jenna earned a Masters of Science from the Department of Communicative Sciences and Disorders and a Bachelor of Music in Vocal Performance from the Department of Music and Performing Arts Professions. Be sure to check out my Self-Care Membership, courses, and events at www.thevisceralvoice.com! And follow us on Instagram!Are you willing and able to becoming a Supporter of The Visceral Voice Podcast to help keep this podcast running? Please click here for our Patreon membership or here for a one-time PayPal contribution.
Malia Morris is a performing artist based in the San Francisco area. She has performed professionally for the past decade across the U.S. in regional theatre productions, plays and staged concerts. She has an active voice studio where she teaches private voice, workshops and masterclasses to students from around the world. Dedicated to the study of vocal pedagogy and voice function, Malia is consistently engaged with training and mentorship with leading experts in the field of vocal pedagogy. You can find her along with 150K social media followers on @MaliaVoiceStudio via Tiktok, Instagram, and Youtube. Malia has a Masters in Dramatic Arts from Harvard University, where she graduated with honors and thesis prize for her research on Broadway director, Diane Paulus. Be sure to check out my Self-Care Membership, courses, and events at www.thevisceralvoice.com! And follow us on Instagram!Are you willing and able to becoming a Supporter of The Visceral Voice Podcast to help keep this podcast running? Please click here.
In the 8th and final part of The Visceral Voice’s “Consider Your SELF” series, Christine and Kimberly have a conversation with their guest Rhona Vega.Highly motivated and a tremendous resource for parents and students, Rhona Vega has amassed years of experience in finding resources for students that increase their knowledge, skills, and marketability. Founder of Parent Matterz: a service that empowers parents with tools to ensure their children succeed in education! IG: @parent_matterzBe sure to check out my Self-Care Membership, courses, and events at www.thevisceralvoice.com! And follow us on Instagram!Are you willing and able to becoming a Supporter of The Visceral Voice Podcast to help keep this podcast running? Please click here.
In Part 7 of the The Visceral Voice’s “Consider Your SELF” series, Christine and Kimberly have a conversation with their guest Dr. Alisa Hurwitz.Dr. Alisa Hurwitz is a clinical psychologist at The Counseling Center of New England and on the Transgender Clinic Team at Dartmouth Hitchcock Medical Center. Dr. Hurwitz applies her professional knowledge to consult with performance companies, conduct post-show talkbacks, and interview theater creatives. She has been a presenter at BroadwayCon and has collaborated on productions with the Cultural Arts Playhouse, Cue Zero Theatre and The Hidden Ones. Her recent Musicals & Mental Health series can be found on Instagram (@thedrdrama) with guests such as Eva Noblezada, Hailey Kilgore, Ali Stroker, Rebecca Naomi Jones, and Ethan Slater.Be sure to check out my Self-Care Membership, courses, and events at www.thevisceralvoice.com! And follow us on Instagram!Are you willing and able to becoming a Supporter of The Visceral Voice Podcast to help keep this podcast running? Please click here.
In Part 6 of the The Visceral Voice’s “Consider Your SELF” series, Christine and Kimberly have a conversation with their guest Nicole Guberman, MNLP, MHt, MTT, MSC, EFT.Listen as Nicole walks Kimberly through the process of creating an Achievable Outcome using NLP techniques. Make sure to take in the entire conversation to hear a special exclusive offer from Nicole for the NYC Visceral Voice community.The founder of True Self Love for purpose-driven, accomplished women, Nicole Guberman is an Operatic Soprano, Master Practitioner of Neuro Linguistic Programming (NLP), Master Hypnotherapist, and Master Success Coach certified by the International Board of Coaches and Practitioners. Her wide-ranging experiences as a classical musician for nearly two decades sparked her desire to broaden her mission sharing the transformative power and connection between the mind, body, and voice. Working together, she helps you rapidly release the negative emotions and limiting beliefs holding her clients back from powerfully speaking their authentic truth, loving their identity, and owning their value, so that they never settle for less than they deserve in all areas of life. The best way to get in touch with Nicole and learn more about her is here, on Facebook and Instagram at @nicole.trueselflove, or by emailing her at nicole@trueselflove.club.Be sure to check out my Self-Care Membership, courses, and events at www.thevisceralvoice.com! And follow us on Instagram!Are you willing and able to becoming a Supporter of The Visceral Voice Podcast to help keep this podcast running? Please click here.
In Part 5 of The Visceral Voice's "Consider Your SELF" series, Christine and Kimberly have a conversation with their guest Analisa Leaming.Analisa Leaming has appeared in the Broadway productions of School of Rock, Hello, Dolly!, The King and I, and On the Twentieth Century. Additionally, she has been seen regionally at the MUNY, KC Starlight, North Shore Music Theatre, Ogunquit Playhouse, and Barrington Stage, to name a few. She has a B.M. from the Eastman School of Music and is one of the youngest winners of the Lotte Lenya Competition. When not on stage, she is teaching voice, hosting workshops, and helping artists get out of the struggle and into a joyful pursuit of their dreams. Analisa is the creator of A Balancing Act podcast. Connect at www.analisaleaming.com and @analisaleaming on Instagram. Be sure to check out my Self-Care Membership, courses, and events at www.thevisceralvoice.com! And follow us on Instagram!Are you willing and able to becoming a Supporter of The Visceral Voice Podcast to help keep this podcast running? Please click here.
In Part 4 of The Visceral Voice's "Consider Your SELF" series, Christine and Kimberly have a conversation with their guest Carlita Victoria.Carlita Victoria is a Raleigh, North Carolina native, she attended The University of NC at Greensboro (BFA Dance Performance & Choreography, K-12 Dance Education). A committed mental health advocate, Carlita founded Darkness RISING Nonprofit for Black mental health to create a safe space and mental health resources for the Black community.  Carlita is an active performer and a certified personal fitness instructor. @itsCarlitaVCarlitavictoria.com @darknessrisingproject Darknessrisingproject.org Be sure to check out my Self-Care Membership, courses, and events at www.thevisceralvoice.com! And follow us on Instagram!Are you willing and able to becoming a Supporter of The Visceral Voice Podcast to help keep this podcast running? Please click here.
In Part 3 of The Visceral Voice's "Consider Your SELF" series, Christine and Kimberly have a conversation with their guest Sandy Ames, C.Ht.Sandy Ames, C.Ht. is a Certified Hypnotherapist, Broadcaster, and wellness expert, featured on CNN and NBC’s Today Show. Her three decade career in Broadcast ranges from Voice Overs for national campaigns to hosting Radio and Television shows.Currently, Sandy can be heard on iHeart Radio’s 106.7 Lite fm, as the voice of Jamie Lee. Prior to Lite fm, Sandy (as Jamie Lee) was on New York City’s 95.5 WPLJ for 15 years, and hosted TVLand’s “100 Best Places You’ve Never Been” television show.  Feel free to download Sandy’s hypnosis recordings on Audible or at SandyAmesHypnotherapy.com. You can follow Sandy on Instagram here.Be sure to check out my Self-Care Membership, courses, and events at www.thevisceralvoice.com! And follow us on Instagram!Are you willing and able to becoming a Supporter of The Visceral Voice Podcast to help keep this podcast running? Please click here.
In Part 2 of The Visceral Voice's "Consider Your SELF" series, Christine and Kimberly have a conversation with their guest Dr. Jada Philips."Hi there, I'm Jada, Dr. Jada Philips! I love food, time with family and friends, experiencing new things, and laughing. I am always smiling! I am a mother, wife, veteran, psychologist, and entrepreneur. Right now, I make every effort to make awesome things happen being a licensed psychologist. I currently work full-time in my newly launched private practice, Reserved For You Psychological Services, LLC. I am a licensed psychologist in both New York and New Jersey. I love to help others work through their challenges so they can start to see just how amazing they are and start enjoying their lives again." Instagram | WebsiteBe sure to check out my Self-Care Membership, courses, and events at www.thevisceralvoice.com! And follow us on Instagram!Are you willing and able to becoming a Supporter of The Visceral Voice Podcast to help keep this podcast running? Please click here.
In Part 1 of The Visceral Voice's "Consider Your SELF" series, Christine and Kimberly have a conversation with their guest John Sovec.With more than 15 years experience as a speaker, motivator, author, therapist, and coach John Sovec, Licensed Marriage and Family Therapy (LMFT) brings not only his clinical expertise but also a unique flair to each and every opportunity. He is well known for his signature style, which mixes knowledge, focus, approachability and humor to create a space that encourages openness, growth and development. John has been featured on multiple mediums including the Oprah Winfrey Network (OWN), Huffington Post, Thrive Global, Cheddar News, Spectrum News 1 and Good Therapy. Website | InstagramBe sure to check out my Self-Care Membership, courses, and events at www.thevisceralvoice.com! And follow us on Instagram!Are you willing and able to becoming a Supporter of The Visceral Voice Podcast to help keep this podcast running? Please click here.
In the fifteenth and final part of The Visceral Voice's new limited series, Christine and Kimberly listen to "The Voice Of: The Jazz Singer".Nicole Henry's passionate, soulful voice and heartfelt charisma have earned her a Soul Train Award for “Best Traditional Jazz Performance," and three Top-10 U.S. Billboard and HMV Japan jazz albums. Heralded by The New York Times, Wall Street Journal, The Japan Times, El Pais, Jazz Times, Essence and more, Ms. Henry tells real stories through peerless interpretations of repertoire from the American Songbook, classic and contemporary jazz, popular standards, blues, and originals.Be sure to check out my Self-Care Membership, courses, and events at www.thevisceralvoice.com! And follow us on Instagram!Are you willing and able to becoming a Supporter of The Visceral Voice Podcast to help keep this podcast running? Please click here.
In Part 14 of The Visceral Voice's new limited series, Christine and Kimberly listen to "The Voice Of: The Rockette."Purdie Baumann is a former member of the world famous Radio City Rockettes, where she performed for eight consecutive years. Her Broadway tour credits include traveling the country with Young Frankenstein choreographed by Susan Stroman. Purdie can been seen dancing in Marvelous Mrs. Maisel, as well as Martin Scorsese's films Wolf of Wall Street and The Irishman. Look out for Ms. Baumann in the upcoming made for Netflix movie Tick Tick Boom directed by Lin Manuel Miranda. Purdie is currently working as an expert Microblading Artist in the New York and New Jersey areas. You can follow Ms. Baumann on instagram @purdiebaumann and @purdiebrows. Be sure to check out my Self-Care Membership, courses, and events at www.thevisceralvoice.com! And follow us on Instagram!Are you willing and able to becoming a Supporter of The Visceral Voice Podcast to help keep this podcast running? Please click here.
In Part Thirteen of The Visceral Voice's new limited series, Christine and Kimberly listen to "The Voice Of: The Composer."Brian Lowdermilk (they/them or she/her) is a queer, gender non-conforming writer and composer. Their musicals include The Bad Years, Henry & Mudge, The Mad Ones (fka The Unauthorized Autobiography of Samantha Brown), Republic, Rosie Revere, Engineer & Friends and the albums Our First Mistake and Kerrigan-Lowdermilk: Live. Awards: Jonathan Larson, Alan Menken, Richard Rodgers, Dramatists Guild Fellowship.Be sure to check out my Self-Care Membership, courses, and events at www.thevisceralvoice.com! And follow us on Instagram!Are you willing and able to becoming a Supporter of The Visceral Voice Podcast to help keep this podcast running? Please click here.
In Part Twelve of The Visceral Voice's new limited series, Christine and Kimberly listen to "The Voice Of: The Music Director & Orchestrator."John Bell (Music Director) On Broadway, John has conducted My Fair Lady, Fiddler on the Roof, On the Town, and An American in Paris. He is also the music director of the First National Tour of Lincoln Center Theater’s My Fair Lady.  John has been the music director/supervisor at Irish Rep for their innovative digital streaming production of Meet Me in St Louis, as well as On A Clear Day You Can See Forever, Finian’s Rainbow, Donnybrook, and their gala concerts since 2014. For City Center Encores: Brigadoon, Me and My Girl, The New Yorkers, Cabin in the Sky, Do I Hear A Waltz, Lady Be Good, and more (Associate Music Director). Other New York credits: Sondheim’s Marry Me A Little(New Cast Recording) and Adam Gwon’s Ordinary Days(Keen Company); Radio City Christmas Spectacular; Candideat Carnegie Hall.  He holds a BFA in Musical Theatre from Ithaca College, a Masters in Music from CUNY, and has studied at the Manhattan School of Music.Josh Clayton (Orchestrator) Josh’s orchestrations have been heard across the country in the National Tour of Lincoln Center’s Tony-winning revival of My Fair Lady. Other recent orchestration credits include; The King and I (National Tour), Titanic (Signature Theatre and South Korean productions) and A Funny Thing…Forum (Two River Theatre). He has provided arrangements for many shows at the Irish Repertory Theatre in NYC including productions of Meet Me In St. Louis, On A Clear Day, Finian's Rainbow, Donnybrook! Recently,  On Broadway, Josh provided additional orchestrations for Gypsy (with Patti LuPone), On The Town (Revival), and was the assistant conductor of the 2009 revival of Finian’s Rainbow. He has provided orchestrations for such stars as Patti LuPone, Kristin Chenoweth, Nathan Lane, Cheyenne Jackson, and Denyce Graves. He is currently the assistant musical director of the New York City Center Encores! series.Be sure to check out my Self-Care Membership, courses, and events at www.thevisceralvoice.com! And follow us on Instagram!Are you willing and able to becoming a Supporter of The Visceral Voice Podcast to help keep this podcast running? Please click here.
In Part Eleven of The Visceral Voice's new limited series, Christine and Kimberly listen to "The Voice Of: The Company Manager."Holly Sutton has been a company manager for 25 years in Broadway, Off-Broadway, and touring theatre. Shows include BROADWAY: Dear Evan Hansen, Sunday in the Park with George, Les Liaisons Dangereuses, Colin Quinn - Long Story Short; OFF-BROADWAY: Voca People, Churchill, Clinton the Musical, Peter and the Starcatcher; TOURS: Vagina Monologues, The Graduate, Wicked (Assoc), Cats (Assoc).Be sure to check out my Self-Care Membership, courses, and events at www.thevisceralvoice.com! And follow us on Instagram!Are you willing and able to becoming a Supporter of The Visceral Voice Podcast to help keep this podcast running? Please click here.
In Part Ten of The Visceral Voice's new limited series, Christine and Kimberly listen to "The Voice Of: The Opera Singer."Mezzo-soprano Eve Gigliotti has won critical acclaim for her work in contemporary opera, including her portrayal as Ruth in the world premiere of Dark Sisters (Muhly/Karam), and Bess in the world premiere of Breaking the Waves (Mazzoli/Vavrek). Ms. Gigliotti has performed with San Francisco Opera, Houston Grand Opera, Seattle Symphony, LA Phil, Washington National Opera, Washington Concert Opera, Opera Philadelphia, Detroit Symphony Orchestra, among others. She is featured as Siegrune in both HD presentations of the LePage production of Die Walküre from The Metropolitan Opera, including the Grammy Award winning recording. The 2020/21 season held many exciting opportunities at The Metropolitan Opera. However, due to the cancelled season, Eve “adapted and pivoted”. In partnership with acclaimed producer Cath Brittan, she is currently developing the opera, No One Is Forgotten (Prestini & Shirey/Miller), whose first workshop will be presented at HERE this winter. She also starred in Alice in the Pandemic (Sosa/Jacobs), with White Snake Projects. Next season Ms. Gigliotti is thrilled to be returning to The Metropolitan Opera, and will continue on with her original projects including Untitled: Inspired by Film Stills, an installation opera inspired by the iconic series of Cindy Sherman. Eve lives in Brooklyn with her two favorite people. Follower her on Instagram here. Hailed by critics for possessing a lustrous voice of extraordinary beauty and artistry of great dramatic depth, American soprano Karen Slack has performed with major conductors in opera houses and concert halls around the world.  She was most recently seen in Verdi's AIDA with Austin Opera,  Alice Ford in Verdi's Falstaff with Arizona Opera and in the West Coast premiere of  Terence Blanchard's Champion as Emelda Griffith with San Francisco's Opera Parallele,  Litton's Porgy and Bess Suite at the Bergen Festival in Norway,  Mahler  Symphony # 2 with Lexington Philharmonic, Beethoven's 9th with both Quad City Symphony and Alabama Symphony and a house debut at the Lyric Opera of Chicago as Serena in  Francesca Zambello's production of  Porgy and Bess which she has performed at both Washington National Opera and San Francisco Opera. She can be seen reprising the role of Serena in San Francisco Opera's production that was released on DVD in 2015.  Follow her on Instagram here and watch her #kikikonversations YouTube series here.Be sure to check out my Self-Care Membership, courses, and events at www.thevisceralvoice.com! And follow us on Instagram!Are you willing and able to becoming a Supporter of The Visceral Voice Podcast to help keep this podcast running? Please click here.
In Part Nine of The Visceral Voice's new limited series, Christine and Kimberly listen to "The Voice Of: The Surviving Actress: Performers and Their Survival Jobs".Robyn Kerr is a Jamaican Scottish actress. Theater includes: The Great Society (LCT on Broadway), A Midsummer Night’s Dream (California Shakespeare Theater), Pride and Prejudice (Syracuse Stage), The Heart of Robin Hood & Rip Van Winkle (Hudson Valley Shakespeare Festival), The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time (National Theatre, Broadway National Tour), Knives in Hens (The Shop, 59E59 Theater), Love’s Labour’s Lost (Great Lakes Theater), Dark Vanilla Jungle (The Shop, Here Arts). Television: “Murphy’s Law” (ITV), “Casualty” (BBC), “MI5” (BBC). Film: Stud Life, Scoop, Hank and Asha. Training: Royal Scottish Academy of Music and Drama.Be sure to check out my Self-Care Membership, courses, and events at www.thevisceralvoice.com! And follow us on Instagram!Are you willing and able to becoming a Supporter of The Visceral Voice Podcast to help keep this podcast running? Please click here.
In Part Eight of The Visceral Voice's new limited series, Christine and Kimberly listen to "The Voice Of: The Stage Manager" in conversation with Kit Yeung.Be sure to check out my Self-Care Membership, courses, and events at www.thevisceralvoice.com! And follow us on Instagram!Are you willing and able to becoming a Supporter of The Visceral Voice Podcast to help keep this podcast running? Please click here.
In this mini episode, I have a conversation with my friend Jada Philips about her path into becoming a licensed Psychologist. I am so excited to present a virtual masterclass on 'Overcoming the Manifestations of Anxiety' Wednesday, February 24 at 7:30PM EST. Join us for an in-depth presentation on anxiety - it's causes, effects, and how to overcome it with a demonstration of the Emotional Freedom Technique (Tapping), used for anxiety, PTSD, and many other conditions.Dr. Jada Philips is a licensed Psychologist at Rutger's University of Correctional Health, a veteran of the Air National Guard, and has recently launched her private practice, Reserved For You Psychological Services, LLC.Register at www.thevisceralvoice.com
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