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February 27, 4:30PM
How to sing in multiple styles without ruining your voice
The Music Department in conjunction with the Distinguished Visitors Program presents Kim Steinhauer, President, Estill Voice International, University of Pittsburgh School of Health.
Kimberly Steinhauer, Ph.D., has devoted her entire career to the voice — in song, education, and research. As a singer, she has been employed in a variety of musical venues ranging from pop to musical theater to opera to sacred music. Most recently, she has been heard as pop soloist with the Musician’s Concert Band, as the “Queen of the Night” with the Edgewood Symphony Orchestra, and a “Walküre” in Opera Theater of Pittsburgh’s Die Walküre. Her roles have ranged from “the Witch” in Into the Woods to Grandma in Phantasmagorilla? No! Phantasmagoria, a new opera by Efrain Amaya. Kimberly also acts as Soprano Soloist and Children’s Choir Director at Mt. Lebanon United Lutheran Church. She has worked with world renowned voice specialist, Jo Estill, since 1985 and has found Estill Voice Training™ (EVT) to be an invaluable asset in each aspect of her career.
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