Sheri Greenawald: "The Physiology of Opera Singers" | Authors at Google

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International opera star Sheri Greenawald leads a fascinating and interactive discussion on the basic elements of singing and the physiology of being an opera singer. She will discuss everything from the energy used by singers to sing, a person’s vowel resonance, and even how the shape of a person’s head can indicate the kind of singing voice they may have.

Since 2002, Sheri Greenawald has served as director of San Francisco Opera Center Director and as artistic director of the Merola Opera Program. She has had a distinguished international operatic singing career as a soprano, noted in particular for her enormous range of roles. She has sung featured roles with San Francisco Opera, the Metropolitan Opera, Lyric Opera of Chicago, Venice’s La Fenice, the Munich State Opera, Paris’s Châtelet Theater, Welsh National Opera, Seattle Opera Company, Houston Grand Opera, the Netherlands Opera, Santa Fe Opera, Los Angeles Opera, Naples’s Teatro San Carlos and Opera Theatre of St. Louis, among others. A graduate of the University of Northern Iowa, Greenawald completed the Professional Studies Program at the Julliard School of Music and has received a Rockefeller Grant, NEA Grant, and was Seattle Opera Association’s Artist of the Year in 1998. She has taught privately, was a visiting artist at the University of Charleston, an artist-in-residence at the University of Northern Iowa, a vocal coach of the Santa Fe Apprentice Program in 1999 and opera director of the program in 2000. She was also a professor of voice and opera at the Boston Conservatory.
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