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Episode Info: The human voice is the oldest musical instrument. But how exactly does it work? Voice training is a lot more complicated than you might think, and in this podcast, opera singer Matthan Ring Black discusses why. A baritone with decades of experience as a performer, Matthan gets into the science behind how the human voice works, with some bonus insights into the worlds of vocal pedagogy and opera. Matthan has performed in several Chicago premieres, including the world premiere of Gregory Spears’ Jason and the Argonauts with the Lyric Opera of Chicago’s Lyric Unlimited. He is also a founding member of Chicago Fringe Opera and is collaborating with composer Ross Crean for the international recording of his new opera, The Great God Pan.  More reading from Curiosity: Want To Sing Differently? Change The Way You Use Your Entire Body. The Part Of Your Body You Can't Strengthen These Are The Funniest Words In The English Language (According To Research) Anyone Can Learn To Sing Two Notes At Once Additional resources discussed: Matthan Ring Black's Website Doing The Work with Matthan Black (podcast) Chicago Fringe Opera Ross Crean: The Great God Pan Verdi's Rigoletto (DVD) The History of Opera audiobook To learn more about this topic and many others check out Curiosity.com, download our 5-star iOS or Android app and join the conversation on Facebook and Twitter. Subscribe on iTunes, Stitcher, Google Play Music, and everywhere else podcasts are found so you don't miss an episode!Read more ยป

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