Jefferson University Hospitals

Singing Voice Analysis

Vocal performers work in a variety of settings and environments and engage in many styles of performance. Breath control, vocal fold mobility, filter tract resonance and articulation are subsystems that require fine–tune coordination for singing.

What Does Singing Voice Analysis Involve?

The experienced voice therapists of the Jefferson Voice and Swallowing Center specialize in evaluating these components of vocal technique but also recognize the demands of contrasting singing styles. During a singing voice analysis, our voice therapists will customize a vocal regimen that assists in re-training your singing and speaking voice.

Why Choose Jefferson for Voice Care in Philadelphia?

The Jefferson Voice and Swallowing Center, a joint program with the Department of Rehabilitation Medicine and housed within the Department of Otolaryngology – Head and Neck Surgery, provides voice care to many theatrical performers in the Philadelphia region, as well as visiting professional singers and musicians.