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Nadine George

Founder of Voice Studio International, she trained as an actress at the Central School of Speech and Drama in London in 1962, where she studied with renowned voice director Cicely Berry.

She then worked closely with actor Roy Hart, researching the human voice. In 1975, she was a founding member of the Roy Hart Theatre in Malérargues, France.

Based in England since 1990, Nadine spent eight years researching voice at the University of Birmingham's Department of Drama and developed her own vocal technique.

She now works closely with many international theater companies and drama schools throughout Europe.

She has taught at the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland for 20 years, where her work is now the technique of choice for the Centre for Voice in Performance.

It took Nadine over 30 years of teaching voice to reach the level and quality of work she teaches today.

Nadine has created a practical technique that can be used internationally by actors, singers, directors, and anyone wishing to develop their true voice. The work is unique, using sung sound, and linking it directly to the body and to work on text.

In July 2008, Nadine was awarded an honorary doctorate in drama from the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland for her services to the arts and for her contribution to work on the human voice internationally.

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