Gillyanne Kayes and Jeremy Fisher of “Vocal Process” are internationally renowned voice experts specializing in vocal technique and performance in many different genres. A husband-and-wife team, they combine a deep understanding of the voice that comes from science knowledge, performance practice, and decades of experience.
Gillyanne is a voice researcher, pedagogue, and coach, working with numerous artists in theatre, cabaret, and in the recording studio, while Jeremy is a national prizewinning pianist, performance coach and vocal educator. For their full bios, visit https://vocalprocess.co.uk/gillyanne-kayes-jeremy-fisher/.
Gillyanne and Jeremy’s recent work includes: This Is A Voice: the book commissioned by the Wellcome Trust on speaking and singing exercises (and beatboxing); The One Minute Voice Warmup app for Android and Apple; the Amazon #1 bestselling ebook How To Sing Legato; and Taking Vocal Technique Into Song, an hour-long, streaming webinar.
The fair-use sound clips you heard in this podcast were: Sweeney Todd, written by Stephen Sondheim and John Logan, directed by Tim Burton, copyright DreamWorks / Parkes+MacDonald Image Nation / The Zanuck Company; and Speaking in Tongues 3, by Sheila Chandra, copyright Sheila Chandra and Real World Records. The Kathy Jensen laughing transcription can be found at YouTube.