Vocal Pedagogy Honors Richard Miller
Posted Friday, December 31st 2021 by Meredith Davis
We at Vocal Pedagogy are excited to announce our next historical feature, Richard Miller, one of the most influential pedagogues in history...
In our latest entry, we take a look at the great Richard Miller. “Arguably one of the most influential pedagogues in history,” Miller went on to hold many professorships and collect esteemed awards for his research. Miller was profoundly influential in understanding how the human voice functions both physiologically and acoustically.
Be sure to visit VocalPedagogy.com to read all about this pioneer of musical integrity!
Meredith is the Studio Manager at New York Vocal Coaching, as well as an experienced actor, director, and choreographer. She served as the director of Musical Theatre for the North Carolina Young Artists Program. During the summer of 2011, 2012 and 2013, NCYAP traveled internationally to Bulgaria and Italy to perform her works. She has also worked as the Assistant to the Producer of North Carolina Theatre where she maintained the daily workings of every production throughout the spring season of 2013.
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