Institute for Young Dramatic Voices

The Institute for Young Dramatic Voices is an organisation which identifies and nurtures dramatic and unusual voices by providing intensive three week summer programmes. The programme, founded in 2007 by Dolora Zajick, Sarah Agler and Rosemary Matthews, gives young singers with large or unusual voices the chance to study individually and in classes with leading coaches and voice teachers.

A selection of articles about Institute for Young Dramatic Voices

Profile. Training Singers - Maria Nockin talks to Dolora Zajick about finding young dramatic voices

Profile. Important Skills - Maria Nockin talks to American mezzo Dolora Zajick



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