Singing for the "Tone Deaf"

Singing for the "Tone Deaf"

9:31am Nov 27, 2013
1931 magazine feature describing hearing tests done at the University of Iowa Child Welfare Research Station. Found in Popular Science.
JaJa & Chucky

Carol Roan is an Indiana University graduate where she also earned a Master’s degree in Vocal performance. After years of professional opera and oratorio singing throughout the Northeast, Carol began teaching voice in 1970. Her students have ranged from soprano Amanda Pabyan, to the Indie Rock band The Cobbs, to singer/songwriter Ryan Tennis. Her research into the physiology of the voice and over four decades of vocal instruction have led her to work with various vocal problems. Singing for the “Tone Deaf” (with Tone Deaf in quotes) is Carol’s six session teaching series.

Her research into the physiology of the voice and over four decades of vocal instruction have led her to design the course Singing for the “Tone Deaf”. Carol has also written Speak Up: The Public Speaking Primer.

Support your
public radio station