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Coralusp discusses in live the voice-ear relationship and its importance in voice and singing regulation

Coralusp discusses in live the voice-ear relationship and its importance in voice and singing regulation

Coral Universidade de São Paulo - 04/27/2022

For communication professionals, April is the month of the voice. To celebrate the date, Coralusp invites the otorhinolaryngologist and professor at USP, Ítalo Medeiros, and speech therapist Ingrid Gielow from the Center for Voice Studies (CEV), for a live, on Thursday, April 28, at 21 hours, to discuss the voice-ear relationship and its importance in regulating the voice and singing.

The conversation will be mediated by Beth Amin, speech therapist specialized in singing voice, and broadcasted by Chorusp’s Youtube channel.

Who are they?

Ítalo Roberto Torres de Medeiros
PhD and assistant of the Otoneurology Outpatient Clinic of the Otorhinolaryngology Department of the Hospital das Clínicas (HC) of the Medical School of USP (FM). He is also a specialist in TRT (Tinnitus Retraining Therapy) and an invited speaker at the Annual Tinnitus and Hyperacusis Conference in the United States.

Ingrid Gielow
Speech therapist, doctorate in Human Communication Disorders from UNIFESP, voice specialist, MBA professor at Fundação Getúlio Vargas (FGV) and at the Center for Voice Studies, CEO of the startup ProBrain and vice-president of the Brazilian Speech Therapy Society – SBFa.

Beth Amin
She is a speech therapist specialized in sung voice, musician by Berklee College of Music, singer and composer, professor at the Center for Voice Studies (CEV), vocal coach of Coralusp, and certified in the Somaric Voicework Method (™️) of the American professor Jeannete LoVetri, of which she is an assistant in Brazil.

Coralusp discute em live a relação voz-ouvido e sua importância na regulação da voz e do canto