Duke Voice Care Center celebrates World Voice Day

Description: A Recipe for Vocal Success Vocal health isn’t just for singers—everyone needs a healthy voice for communication. Join Duke Voice Care Center’s team of vocal health experts for an afternoon of interactive learning sessions and performance, and you’ll learn the ingredients for a lifetime of vocal health. STROLL through our vocal health fair, where you’ll discover how the voice works, how to know if you have a voice problem, and tips for keeping your voice healthy DISCUSS your vocal health questions in Q&A sessions with our team of laryngologists, voice therapists and singing voice specialists BROWSE our selection of mini learning sessions, including: §§ Emotion as a vocal ingredient §§ Getting to know your vocal flavors: How does the voice work? §§ Sound advice: Hearing health on-stage and off §§ Vocal warm-ups: A recipe for success with your voice §§ How I got my voice back: A music educator’s personal journey LISTEN to the captivating voice of Dr. Trineice Robinson-Martin,creator of Soul Ingredients® and the 2018 Recipient of Duke Voice Care Center’s Patrick D. Kenan Award for Vocal Health and Wellness. Her performance repertoire spans jazz, gospel, R&B, pop, soul, blues and more! Dr. Trineice will raise the roof in an exclusive concert to celebrate World Voice Day, featuring the NCCU Vocal Jazz Ensemble. dukevoicecare.org drtrineice.com 

Date: 2018-04-14 

Time: 01:00-05:00 

City/place: Durham, NC Venue address: Hayti Heritage Center, 804 Old Fayetteville Street, Durham, NC 27701 

Performer/s: Dr. Trineice Robinson-Martin (www.drtrineice.com) North Carolina Central University Vocal Jazz Ensemble (www.facebook.com/nccuVOCALjazzensemble/) 

Web: https://www.dukehealth.org/search-results/events?fq=treatment_term_name:%22Voice%20disorders%22

Contact: Tara Nixon 

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