College of Arts Humanities and Social Sciences, Lamont School of Music, Musicology and Ethnomusicology
Music, Voice, Pedagogy, Mindfulness
The proposed research paper will evaluate the negative aspects of the master-apprentice model in voice studios. The master-apprentice relationship has been a traditional style of teaching since the bel canto school of Italy in the 16th century and continues to be a foundation of voice teaching today. However, with the development of education and technology, vocal instruction/pedagogy has evolved tremendously. Offering new approaches and philosophies of teaching in the field of music. The teaching of mindfulness in the voice studio has become a popular topic in music education. Along with awareness, mindful practice has given students the opportunity to find an understanding of their own vocal mechanisms and allow them to be equal to their ‘master’ teacher.
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University of Denver, "Addressing Negative Conditions in a Voice Studio: How Could Mindfulness Be Used as a Pedagogical Method of Voice Teaching in the Context of the Master-Apprentice Relationship?" (2022). Musicology and Ethnomusicology: Student Scholarship. 151.