7 episodes

A new podcast from Dr. Masi Asare on listening for voices and vocal sound in our historical moment, across social distance. Bringing together voice scholars and practitioners. Guests include Abigail Bengson, Stan Brown, Ryan Dohoney, Nina Sun Eidsheim, Julie Foh, Derrick Fox, Elena Elías Krell, Joan La Barbara, Katherine Meizel, Jeremy Ryan Mossman, Shana L. Redmond, Robert Sussuma, Neil Verma, and upcoming: Anne Harper Charity-Hudley, Andy Evan Cohen, Donatella Galella, and Dylan Robinson.

Voicing Across Distance Masi Asare

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A new podcast from Dr. Masi Asare on listening for voices and vocal sound in our historical moment, across social distance. Bringing together voice scholars and practitioners. Guests include Abigail Bengson, Stan Brown, Ryan Dohoney, Nina Sun Eidsheim, Julie Foh, Derrick Fox, Elena Elías Krell, Joan La Barbara, Katherine Meizel, Jeremy Ryan Mossman, Shana L. Redmond, Robert Sussuma, Neil Verma, and upcoming: Anne Harper Charity-Hudley, Andy Evan Cohen, Donatella Galella, and Dylan Robinson.

    Episode 7 - Shrieking Refuge, Inner Voices, Joy Can Flow From Breaking

    Episode 7 - Shrieking Refuge, Inner Voices, Joy Can Flow From Breaking

    A brief reading from Joshua Chambers-Letson’s "After the Party: A Manifesto for Queer of Color Life"; listening with Elena Elías Krell (Vassar College, Hen in the Foxhouse) for inner voices that sound the vulnerability of queer of color critique; and a vocal exercise through grief and giggles from Abigail Bengson (The Bengsons). CUE TIMES (start of each section): 2:00 [reading] // 7:28 [scholarly conversation] // 42.50 [exercise]

    • 1 hr 6 min
    Episode 6 - Dangerous Voices, Future Choral Practices, Multivocality

    Episode 6 - Dangerous Voices, Future Choral Practices, Multivocality

    Context for the vocal moment; practical strategies for teaching choral music remotely with Derrick Fox (U Nebraska, Omaha); discussing dangerous voices of virus and protest with Katherine Meizel (Bowling Green); + a brief reading from her new book "Multivocality: Singing on the Borders of Identity." CUE TIMES (start of each section): 2:00 [context] // 7:30 [practical conversation] // 29:50 [scholarly conversation] // 55:45 [reading]

    • 1 hr
    Episode 5 - Allow Vibration, Dwell, Work With It

    Episode 5 - Allow Vibration, Dwell, Work With It

    A brief reading from "On Sonic Meditation" by Pauline Oliveros; sitting with the voice that retains its mystery with Ryan Dohoney (Northwestern); and a conversation and exercise from contemporary music vocal virtuoso Joan La Barbara. CUE TIMES (start of each section): 1:44 [theory] // 6:05 [scholarly conversation] // 35:52 [exercise etc.] | masiasare.com/podcast

    • 59 min
    Episode 4 - Antiphonal Life, The Voice in the Building, & Pharyngeal Ventriloquism

    Episode 4 - Antiphonal Life, The Voice in the Building, & Pharyngeal Ventriloquism

    Thinking the capital-V Voice of song and activism with Shana Redmond (UCLA); with readings from her new book "Everything Man: The Form and Function of Paul Robeson" and a meditative vocal experiment from Robert Sussuma (Vocal Learning Systems). CUE TIMES (start of each section): 1:05 [scholarly conversation] // 28:40 [readings] //35:22 [experiment] | https://masiasare.com/podcast

    • 1 hr 6 min
    Episode 3 - Invocation, Practice of Attention, and Semi-Occlusion

    Episode 3 - Invocation, Practice of Attention, and Semi-Occlusion

    A brief reading from "For More Than One Voice" by Adriana Cavarero; reflecting on voices, scholarship, and practices of attention with Nina Eidsheim (UCLA); and a vocal exercise from Jeremy Ryan Mossman (Carthage College). CUE TIMES (start of each section): 1:05 [theory] // 5:10 [scholarly reflection] //33:56 [exercise] | https://masiasare.com/podcast

    • 55 min
    Episode 2 - The Break, the Kaleidosonic, and the Lip Flubber

    Episode 2 - The Break, the Kaleidosonic, and the Lip Flubber

    A brief reading from "In the Break" by Fred Moten; reflecting on today's nostalgic voices with Neil Verma (Northwestern) ; and a vocal exercise from voice coach Julie Foh (University of Connecticut). CUE TIMES (start of each section): 1:05 [theory] // 5:00 [scholarly reflection] // 37:37 [exercise] | https://masiasare.com/podcast

    • 51 min

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