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Sun, 10 Nov



Introduction to Estill Voice Training - Dublin

Vocal Knowledge is Vocal Power!

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Introduction to Estill Voice Training - Dublin
Introduction to Estill Voice Training - Dublin

Time & Location

10 Nov 2019, 10:30 – 17:00

The LAB, 1 Foley St Dublin 1 D01 WA07

About the event

An Introductory Course to Estill Voice Training will be presented by Kaeylea B. VanKeith, the only certified Estill Master Trainer (EMT) in Ireland, joined by London based Estill Master Trainer Ross Sharkey.

This full-day course will take place on Sunday, 10th November, registration 10:15am; course 10:30am-5pm at The Lab, 1 Foley Street, Dublin 1.


  • Understand options of how to train your voice using the Estill Voice Model.
  • Exercises in kinaesthetic awareness and observation of corresponding acoustic outcomes
  • Dispelling 'myths and mysteries' about the voice
  • Basics of Anatomy and Physiology and Acoustics of the voice
  • Introduction to Voiceprint for visual feedback
  • Masterclass in the afternoon with a limited number of individual coaching to experience application of the model.

Who is this for?

People both new and familiar with the Model, looking for clarification and consolidation; singers and actors; teachers of voice and singing; students and professionals.

Course Fee

Adults: €95

Students: €50

What is the Estill Voice Model?

The Estill Model is an evidence-based system of voice training that develops a practical understanding of vocal physiology that directly connects to a predictable, narrow range of acoustics results.

Through simple exercises, students gain control over the structures that control voice production (Compulsory Figures) then learn how to combine them to control resonance (Voice Qualities).

As a result of her investigations and research, Jo Estill realised that voice training is actually a study of three separate disciplines:


‘Craft’ is the development of technical understanding, how the voice works from a factual, physiological standpoint.

‘Artistry’ is the study of characterisation; how do we use the skills developed in learning Craft to tell the story in the song or speech.

‘Metaphysics’ is about getting into “the zone” and how to deal with performance anxiety, to get the ego out of the way.

During the Masterclass Kaeylea and Ross will work with participants on a particular song or speech demonstrating practical use of the Model. There will be 5 places to perform available in the masterclass; sign up in advance and please bring a “problem”.

Register in advance to avoid disappointment


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