DR. JEANETTE GALLANT
Vancouver voice teacher Dr. Jeanette Gallant is a Canadian musician with over 25 years of diverse experience as a singing teacher, music lecturer, conductor, performer, and administrator in Canada, S.E. Asia, and the United Kingdom. Jeanette has a doctorate from the University of Oxford (funded by ORSAS), and has held positions at the University of Reading (UK), Hong Kong Academy for the Performing Arts (HKAPA), Red Deer College (Alberta), Havergal College (Toronto), the University of Windsor (Ontario), and various Oxford Colleges (UK). Jeanette specializes in training young voices, vocal physiology, and rehabilitating damaged voices using vocal massage (Dr. Aaron Low) and other embodied vocal techniques. An accomplished ethnomusicologist, Jeanette also has published and presented her work internationally, and provides teacher-training in world music pedagogy. Jeanette has recently returned to Vancouver after twenty years and is a long-standing member of the National Association of Teachers of Singing (NATS).
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