Thursday, 04th of August 2022

09.30 to 12.30 Topic IDENTITY
09.30 to 10.00 Authentic Identity in Art Song: Who Are We, Then? – Erika Switzer, Duncan Tyler, Martha Guth
10.00 to 10.30 Ellen Taaffe Zwilich's Einsame Nacht: Sonic Depictions of Existential Loneliness - Matthew Hoch
10.30 to 11.00 Gender Neutral Voice Pedagogy: It’s Not Just for Transgender Singers Anymore! – Loraine Sims
11.00 to 11.30 AIDS Quilt Songbook: A lecture recital – Susan Hurley (Co: Deborah Popham, Marcy McKee, William Reber)
11.30 to 12.00 Sweets by Kate – A Supernatural Lesbian Rom-Com Opera at YOUR University! – Lara Semetko Brooks

15.00 to 15.30 Topic IDENTITY
15.00 to 15.30 Tangling with the Epic – Kevin Hanrahan

15.40 to 20.00 Topic POPULAR
15.40 to 16.10 Singing with style: the implications of cross-genre singing training for the classical singer – Shelli Hulcombe
16.10 to 16.40 Building Timbre Discrimination and Critical Listening Skills in Classical and CCM Singing Students - Katherine Osborne, Amelia Rollings Bigler
16.40 to 17.25 Getting in the Groove: Style Conditioning Exercises for Gospel, Jazz, and R&B –Trineice Robinson-Martin
17.25 to 17.55 Multiplicity of belting for Musical Theatre Singers – Lisa Popeil 
17.55 to 18.40 Live Your Song – Exercises to improve the pop singer’s emotional expression – Nikola Materne
18.40 to 19.40 Masterclass - Jazz interpretation and improvisation: Working from the inside out – Ineke Van Doorn (MMus)

Friday, the 05th of August

10.00 to 13.00 Topic POPULAR
10.00 to 10.30 Registrational pitch parameters for contemporary singing training: Considerations, research and practice - Dale Cox, Kathlen Bell
10.30 to 11.00

Classical to Jazz: A Chasm Too Wide? A Comparison of Jazz and Classical Pedagogy as a Model to Interpret Challenges in Crossing Over – Juliarna Clark

11.15 to 12.00 Distorted Singing: an overview on its history, forms of production, aesthetics, pedagogy, perception, and voice health implications – Mauro B. Fiuza

15.00 to 16.00

15.00 to 15.30 Shattering Vocal Boundaries in Contemporary Opera: An Artist’s Analysis – Dr. Simon Lobelson
15.30 to 16.00 From Theory to Embodiment: Considerations of Cross Training for Classical and Contemporary Voice Teachers – Dale Cox, Shelli Hulcombe

16.10 to 17.55

16.10 to 16.40 Powerful Dynamics: Exploring the Master-Apprentice Tradition in Pursuit of a More Student-Centered Pedagogy - Travis Sherwood, Megan Durham
16.40 to 17.25 Whole-Hearted Teaching: Bringing a Different Kind of Science into the Studio – David Sisco
17.25 to 17.55 Partnership structuring of the singing class curricula - Berislav Jerkovic

Saturday, the 06th of August

09.15 to 13.00 Topic RELATIONSHIP
09.15 to 09.45 “Approaches To The Singing Voice: Linguistically, Musically and Gesturally” – Stefanie Lorsch + Peter Anton Ling
11.00 to 11.45 Advancing International Connectivity among Voice Teachers – Karen Brunssen
11.45 to 12.15 Defining the Expert Voice Teacher: A Narrative Review of the Literature – Heather Fletcher
12.15 to 13.00 A Tower of Babel’ or Vocal Pedagogy in different languages – Susan Yarnall-Monks