- Power of the Voice
International voice teacher working in many European Countries.
Living in Grantham Lincolnshire, England
She has trained with the following Roy Hart Voice Teachers: Roy Hart, Dorothy Hart and Liza Mayer
In the last 25 years, I have developed my own work by researching the relationship between the depth of Shakespeare’s language and the voice. My aim is to support anyone wishing to develop their authentic human voice. To find the vocal expression of our whole humanity with all its faults, fragility, sorrow and joy, lightness and dark, masculine and feminine. Through working with and developing each participant’s unique voice, my aim is to allow a deeper exploration of the artistic potential of the voice through technique and vocal application to text.
Nadine George, founder of Voice Studio International, was trained as an actress in the early sixties to the Central School of Speech and Drama in London. She worked closely with Roy Hart, exploring the human voice and in 1975 became a founding member of the Roy Hart Theatre (Malérargues, France). She teaches at the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland in Glasgow. In 20 years, her technique has been officially selected by the Department of vocal studies for the stage. Thirty years of research and teaching across Europe (Sweden, Iceland, Denmark, Finland, Norway, France, UK) have allowed Nadine to reach the level and quality that are hers today. She created a practical technique that can be used, regardless of language, for those who wish to develop the voice that is truly theirs. This unique method uses sounds sung by directly connecting the body and the text work. In 2008, Nadine received an honorary doctorate from Glasgow Conservatory for services to art and her contribution to the work on the human voice at the international level.
About Nadine‘s work and workshops and other people working with her, teaching voice workshops with her voice work.
Growing Voices, a booklet written by Ros Steen about Nadine George‘s work at the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland. Ros Steen was then head of the department for Voice and Performance at the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland.