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National Center for Voice and Speech

136 South Main Street

Salt Lake City, Utah 84101

United States

Company Description

The NCVS is a multi-site research and teaching organization dedicated to studying the characteristics, limitations and enhancements of human voice and speech. ... more

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Employment History


University of Iowa


Advisory Board Member
VoiceCare Network

Advisory Board Member

Scientific Advisory Board Member
The Voice Foundation

Acoustical Society of America

American Speech-Language-Hearing Association

National Advisory Boards
Scientific Advisory Board




UI School of Music



Brigham Young University


vocal pedagogy


bachelor's degree

music education ( voice )

Evangel University


Department of Speech Pathology and Audiology


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

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VoiceCare Network-Advisory Board [cached]

Ingo Titze, Ph.D. National Center for Voice and Speech Director

Dr. Ingo Titze - Executive ... [cached]

Dr. Ingo Titze - Executive Director, National Center for Voice and Speech / Voice Teacher

Ingo R. Titze is a vocal scientist and executive director of the National Center for Voice and Speech at the University of Utah in Salt Lake City. He is a professor at the Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders at the University of Iowa and has written several books relating to the human voice. He is considered to be one of the world's leading experts on vocal research. Dr. Ingo Titze

NCVS: Giving Voice to America [cached]

Ingo Titze, Ph.D. Executive Director

History of Events | International Voice Teachers of Mix [cached]

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 [cached]

The American Speech---Language---Hearing Association (ASHA) bestowed its highest honors (Honors of the Association) to Dr. Ingo R. Titze, Executive Director of the National Center for Voice and Speech, for which the University of Utah is the lead institution. Dr. Titze holds Adjunct Professor appointments in Otolaryngology/Head and Neck Surgery and in Medical Chemistry. The award was presented in Philadelphia on November 19, 2010.

As an expert in Voice and Speech, Dr. Titze is being presented with this award due to his tireless efforts in voice habilitation, public education, and is considered one of the world's leading voice scientists.
Ingo Titze demonstrates an easy technique that uses a simple straw for hard-working voices. Variations of the straw technique has roots in Northern Europe and has been used for several hundred years. Professor Titze has studied this specific technique scientifically resulting in several scientific peer reviewed publications.
Ingo Titze's poem was originally published in his classic textbook, Principles of Voice Production. It reflects a time of frustration with the field of voice science in 1980-90 when voice registers were heatedly debated with word definitions, but little science was offered. Definitions of the terms used in the poem are posted on the website of the National Center for Voice and Speech ( The title of the poem, Iowa Corn, is inspired by a definition of corn, referring to a story or statement that is laughable, and Iowa (where Dr. Titze is a distinguished professor of voice science), being located in the center of the U.S. corn belt.
Starring: Jack Klugman, Tony Randall, Ingo Titze, Lori Ramig, Michael Benninger.
Ingo Titze and Pavarobotti singing Nessun Dorma
Operatic tenor sounds produced by a robot with pure mathematics and physics in 1992. No recording or sounds of Pavarotti were used. Only the general anatomy of a tenor voice was used as input.

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