Voice Studio International provides training and workshops based on the work of internationally renowned voice teacher Nadine George.
The Nadine George Voice Work® gives practitioners the opportunity to understand the connection between the voice and the body, improving confidence, physical awareness and a greater understanding and control of the breath. The work uniquely uses sung sound directly linked to the body and to work with text.
We work with people from many different backgrounds, from theatre, the arts in the health sector, business, social action, television and many more. We have accredited teachers working all over Europe and continue to grow our alumni to expand the reach and development of this unique practice.
Nadine George, founder of Voice Studio International, trained as an actress at the Central School of Speech and Drama in 1962, studying under renowned voice director Cicely Berry.
She went on to work closely with fellow actor Roy Hart, researching work on the human voice and in 1975 was a founder member of the Roy Hart Theatre in Malerargues, France.
Video Credit – Royal Conservatoire of Scotland
Join Nadine as she returns to the Roy Hart International Arts Center in Malérargues where her incredible journey with the voice began. From the 20th – 25th August 2019 Nadine will be delivering a five day workshop at the Center on the Voice and Shakespearean monologues of Richard III.
A.L.Kennedy and Ros Steen look at NGVW’s connection with writing at the Akademie der Künste in Berlin!
On Wednesday 8th June,2019, the writer A.L.Kennedy and Ros Steen were both invited to give a joint presentation to members of the Akademie der Künste in Berlin about the connection between NGVW and writing. A short contextual introduction by Ros was followed by a practical demonstration. Kennedy, who had written four new pieces for the occasion each one linked to one of the Four Qualities, spoke each piece before and after working on her voice with Ros. She also spoke from a personal point of view about the voice work. A lively question and answer session followed and the whole evening was recorded for the Akademie’s archives. The event was also attended by accredited teacher Margareta Unné (Teta). While in Berlin, Teta and Ros paid a visit to do some research into Alfred Wolfsohn’s archive which is held by the Jewish Museum in Berlin.