The Interpreter’s Voice: Tune-up Your Musical Instrument
CEAA # 14-0086 (3.6 CIE credits)
This 3.0 hour, language-neutral mini-clinic seeks to help the professional interpreter improve his/her voice quality through hands-on guided practices on: Intonation and Expressiveness, Articulation, Enunciation, Proper Breathing Techniques and Voice Projection. Participants will learn to use their voices EFFECTIVELY for improved voice QUALITY.
- Singers LEARN to hit that high note
- Athletes IMPROVE their abilities
- Interpreters LEARN voice quality
The interpreter’s tool of the trade or “musical instrument” is his/her voice, and as such, the interpreter must practice to have an effective voice that is: DISTINCT, INTELLIGIBLE, CLEAR, EASILY UNDERSTOOD and HEARD.
- Approximately 30% lecture and 70% guided voice and speech exercises
- Exercises: Participants “perform” an array of documents including: opening and closing statements, a deposition transcript, descriptive essays with proper expression, breathing and voice control.
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- Price: $50.00
- Date: August 12, 2017
- Time: 10:00 – 1:00
- Place: Florida International University
- Classroom: Green Library 100B (GL 100B)