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Dr. Ingo Titze R.

Executive Director

National Center for Voice and Speech

HQ Phone: (801) 596-2012

Email: i***@***.org

National Center for Voice and Speech

136 South Main Street

Salt Lake City, Utah 84101

United States

Company Description

At the NCVS, we are proud to serve the nation with cutting-edge information about the human voice. We are the only research/clinical facility in the world that is an integral part of a professional performing arts center. Work is currently underway to dev... more

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Background Information

Affiliations

Scientific Advisory Board Member
The Voice Foundation

Fellow
Acoustical Society of America

Fellow
American Speech-Language-Hearing Association

President
The Pan-American Vocology Association

National Advisory Boards
Scientific Advisory Board

Education

Ph.D.

Ph.D.

UI School of Music

PhD
physics
Brigham Young University

PhD
vocal pedagogy
KU

bachelor's degree
music education ( voice )
Evangel University

doctorate

Department of Speech Pathology and Audiology

master
electrical engineering
University of Utah

master's degree
speech and language pathology
The University of Iowa

master's degree
vocal performance
University of Northern Iowa

Web References (197 Total References)


History of Events | International Voice Teachers of Mix

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Otolaryngologist and voice teacher Dr. Hubert NoƩ (Austria) demonstrated working with classical singers and presented on the science of mix; Dr. Ingo Titze, Executive Director of the National Center for Voice and Speech, presented on formants and harmonics; Otolaryngologist Dr. Curt Stock (U.S.) lectured on vocal health and recognizing when to refer to an ENT; Speech Pathologist Anna Siciliano presented on Team Building; Melissa Tanner, Sandy Cressman, Shelly Franklin and IVTOM President and Mentor Teacher Dean Kaelin provided teacher training.


NCVS: Giving Voice to America

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NCVS IN THE NEWS: Dr. Ingo Titze is featured on the BBC Radio 3 program 'Singing Machines'. Hear the interview here: Singing Machines Along with Allen Henderson, Executive Director of The National Association of Teachers of Singing, Dr. Ingo Titze, Exective Director of NCVS, gave a presentation on 'The Aging Voice in Choral and Solo Settings' at the 2015 ACDA National Conference.

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NCVS Associates Dr. Lynn Maxfield and Dr. Ingo Titze were at The Natural History Museum of Utah to be part of an event called Explore the Sounds of Science.
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Published in Science Magazine: How Low Can You Go - Physical Production Mechanism of Elephant Infrasonic Vocalizations by Christian Herbs with the Department of Cognitive Biology, University of Vienna, and contributing author, Ingo Titze.


NCVS: Giving Voice to America

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Ingo Titze, Ph.D | ...read more | Ingo Titze, Ph.D.

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Ingo Titze, Ph.D | ...read more | Ingo Titze, Ph.D.
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Ingo R. Titze, Executive Director
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For a partial - but continuously updated - list of Dr. Titze's publications, explore the National Library of Medicine's website, PubMed.
Link to an abbreviated vita
To download Dr. Titze's music click here: TITZE MUSIC


NCVS: Giving Voice to America

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Ingo Titze, Ph.D. Executive Director

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Ingo Titze, Ph.D., University of Iowa Foundation Distinguished Professor; Joint appointment: School of Music, Director, NCVS


NCVS: Giving Voice to America

ncvs.org [cached]

NCVS IN THE NEWS: Dr. Ingo Titze is featured on the BBC Radio 3 program 'Singing Machines'. Hear the interview here: Singing Machines Along with Allen Henderson, Executive Director of The National Association of Teachers of Singing, Dr. Ingo Titze, Exective Director of NCVS, gave a presentation on 'The Aging Voice in Choral and Solo Settings' at the 2015 ACDA National Conference.

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NCVS Associates Dr. Lynn Maxfield and Dr. Ingo Titze were at The Natural History Museum of Utah to be part of an event called Explore the Sounds of Science.
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Published in Science Magazine: How Low Can You Go - Physical Production Mechanism of Elephant Infrasonic Vocalizations by Christian Herbs with the Department of Cognitive Biology, University of Vienna, and contributing author, Ingo Titze.

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