Tiny Folds, Big Sounds: The Physiology of Singing

Marissa Simmons is a professional opera singer and private music teacher in the Chicagoland area.  During her studies at the University of Miami Frost School of Music and the San Francisco Conservatory of Music, Marissa studied the anatomy and physiology of the vocal folds extensively in order to get a biological perspective on proper vocal technique.  This week, Marissa sat down the with Editors of the #ISCblog to give them some tips about what the vocal folds do and how they function differently for opera, screamo, and yodeling. Continue reading “Tiny Folds, Big Sounds: The Physiology of Singing”