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Education, Honors & Awards
Bachelor of Music, Salem College; Master of Sacred Music, Union Theological Seminars; PhD in Music, University of Southern California
Meribeth Dayme,PhD, a pioneer in the field of the singing voice whose professional career began as a university professor teaching singing and anatomy. She then moved to London and remained there for over 20 years working in the fields of music and communication skills in business. There the first of her books on singing, Dynamics of the Singing Voice, was written. It is considered a reference text for teachers of singing, doctors and singers. She taught singing and vocal pedagogy in university and privately for over 35 years and is recognised internationally for her textbooks on singing and teaching singing, master classes and courses. After years of teaching and writing, she founded CoreSinging®, a universal approach to singing and teaching. She now teaches the CoreSinging® via Master Classes, Webinars and Teacher Certification Courses. She also lectures around the world. Her books include: Dynamics of the Singing Voice, The Performer’s Voice, The Singing Book (with C Vaughn), and Presence, Confidence and Personal Power, ebook found on most online book sellers.
Meribeth Dayme is a leader in communication for the performing arts and business. She is an author to numerous articles and books including, "The Performer's Voice, Presence, Confidence, and Personal Power," the "Singing Book," and "Dynamics of the Singing Voice." Meribeth's goals include providing creative and effective teaching resources for singing, teaching singing, and communication in business. Goals: Helping to create authenticity in communication whether singing or speaking. Providing creative and effective teaching resources for singing, teaching singing, and communication in Business. Honors include: NIH Post Doctoral grant for study at The Royal College of Surgeons, London for research on the voice.