International Conference 
"Theatre Between Tradition and Contemporaneity"
Theatre - Dance - Music - Visual & Multimedia Art - Arts Administration - Performing Arts Training - Theatre Design & Technology

December 17 - 21, 2015



PROGRAMME

Anatomically Sound Solutions for the Creation of Aggressive Vocalization in Stage Combat Applications

Interactive talk and video presentation, the overview of the anatomical components needed to create healthy, sustainable sounds of vocal violence by Tara Snyder - musical theatre voice specialist and assistant professor for Theatre UCF in the School of Performing Arts at the University of Central Florida (UCF), in Orlando, FL (USA).


Tara Snyder is a musical theatre voice specialist and assistant professor for Theatre UCF in the School of Performing Arts at the University of Central Florida (UCF), in Orlando, FL, USA. With an MFA in Musical Theatre from UCF and a BM in Vocal Performance from Capital University (Columbus, OH) her acting credits include regional theatres, new show workshops, film, commercials, opera, concerts & recordings. Tara’s keen interest in the cross-over applications of vocal health and stage violence stem from her certifications as an Estill Voice Certified Course Instructor/Certified Master Teacher and Actor Combatant with the Society of American Fight Directors. For more information on Tara, please visit her website at www.tarasnyderonline.com and follow her on Twitter @taradsnyder


PRESENTATION OVERVIEW

Participants will be provided with an overview of the anatomical components needed to create healthy, sustainable sounds of vocal violence. Drawing on the foundations of vocal pedagogy and voice science research established in Estill Voice Training™, this presentation will define when/when not to let nature take its course in the creation of believable violent noises. This presentation will also utilize VoicePrintPlus™ a cutting edge voice spectrogram computer program designed to create a visual/auditory map of the raucous sounds needed for believability in stage combat applications. 




Organized by IUGTE in collaboration with "ArtUniverse"