Vocal Pedagogy Talks to Kittie Verdolini Abbott hero

Vocal Pedagogy Talks to Kittie Verdolini Abbott

Posted Monday, July 5th 2021 by Meredith Davis
New York Vocal Coaching is always honored to speak with masters of the vocal arts.

We are particularly excited for our latest interview with Kittie Verdolini Abbott, Professor of Communication Sciences and Disorders and master of vocal pedagogy!

Based at the University of Delaware, Ms. Abbott has researched the effects of our daily lives on the voice. Whether it is level of hydration, cognitive learning skills or even a singer’s emotions, Ms. Abbott digs into why all of these aspects and more affect the way we sing and speak.

In the following interview, learn more about Ms Abbott’s vocal journey and her deep connection to her work!

Read the Vocal Pedagogy interview here.

Meredith Davis

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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