„Singing is a movement of our soul towards light“
Max Bewer (1861 - 1921)
For several years, Elisabeth Pawelke has been teaching singing and voice training within her activities in various music schools. Her education as academic speech and voice therapist is an unique asset to her knowledge of speaking technique, speech formation, articulation and voice treatment in vocal pedagogy. For her singing lessons she received the quality certificate of the Bayerische Tonkünsterverband. She is a member of the Bundesverband Deutscher Gesangspädagogen (BDG), for which - within the Team BDG vor Ort - she organized advanced trainings for singing teachers and singers at the University of Music and Performing Arts Munich as well as in the University Hospital of the Technical University Munich. At Dr Iris Eicher's practice she works as voice therapist, vocal coach as well as speech trainer. She is also a lecturer for voice and speech at the Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität Munich. She regularly gives courses and lectures on singing and voice science, historical harp, ensemble playing of early music as well as medieval music theory.
09/2019 Chormesse Hannover Chor.com: Vocal Health and Vocal Hygiene at Choir Singing. Lecture and und Workshop
09/2018 European Congress for Voice Teachers - Eurovox 2018, YPP at the Royal Conservatory for Music The Hague. Effects of Choir Singing on Vocal Health. Lecture
06/2018 Symposium Art in Motion 2018 – Training for Creative Excellence at the University of Music and Performing Arts Munich. Effects of Choir Singing on Vocal Health. Poster presentation
09/2016 11th International Stuttgart Voice Days at the State University of Music and the Performing Arts Stuttgart. In armonia favellare – Voice Ideal and Vocal Practice of the stile nuovo. Short lecture
02/2020 Pawelke, E.: Advanced training report at the event "Beautiful Voice - Beautiful Larynx?" In: BDG Intern of Vox Humana –Fachzeitschrift für Gesangspädagogik 16.1, Potsdam: BDG e. V., 11.
12/2019 Eicher, I.; Pawelke, E.: Dahi, S.; Riedl, C.: Voice as Medium of Didactics. In: Sprachförderung und Sprachtherapie in Schule und Praxis 04/2019, Dortmund: Modernes Lernen, 195–201.
06/2018 Pawelke, E. (2018): Effects of Choir Singing on Vocal Health. Abstract. In: Symposium Program Art in Motion 2018 – Training for Creative Excellence, Munich: University for Music and Performing Arts Munich, 72.
02/2018 Pawelke, E. (2018): Effects of Choir Singing on Vocal Health. In: Vox Humana – Fachzeitschrift für Gesangspädagogik 14.1, Potsdam: BDG e. V., 8–9.
Vocal Advanced Training:
Master Class Baroque Singing: Dame Emma Kirkby/Forum Artium Osnabrück
Gestures for Singers: Sharon Weller/Richard Strauss Conservatoire Munich
Master Class Singing: Margreet Honig/State University of Music and the Performing Arts Stuttgart
Estill Voice Training Level One: Dr Stefanie Rummel/Institut Rummel Frankfurt
Estill Voice Training Level Two: Dorte Hyldstrup/Independant Music Centre Munich
Overtones and Formants - New Resonance Strategies in Singing Lessons: Wolfgang Saus/University of Music and Performing Arts Munich
Chants of Hildegard von Bingen: Maria Jonas/Monastery Michaelstein
The Visible Voice - Introduction into the Spectral Analysis of the Voice: Dr Donald G. Miller/Trossingen University of Music
Classical Indian Singing: Lakshmi Shankar/Academy of Music, Basle
The Estill Voice Training in Voice Therapy: Stefanie Kruse/Loguan Institute
Manual Body Therapy in the Functional-integral Voice Therapy: Sabine Gross-Jansen/State University of Music and the Performing Arts Stuttgart
Feldenkrais meets Linklater: Sylvie Polz and Markus Polz/Training Institute for Voice and Speech
Linklater Advanced Vocal Technique: Sylvie Polz/Training Institute for Voice and Speech
Presentation and Rhetoric: Materne/Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität/Munich
Communication Training: Materne/Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität/Munich
Voice in Balance: Evemarie Haupt/University of Music and Performing Arts Munich
Complete Vocal Technique (CVT) in Voice Therapy: Ellen Brandtstetter/Prolog Institute
Improvisational Theatre and Drama: Anne Hubert-Roth/Drama Workshop Munich
Alexander Technique: Alexander Herrmann/Artetonal School of Music
Functional Voice Training in Singing Lessons: Michael Heptner/Studio Equilibrium
Non-violent Communication: Andreas Schmidbauer/Akademie Blickwinkel
Estill Voice Training Belting Course: Dr Stefanie Rummel/Institut Rummel Frankfurt
Dysphonia: Dr med. Karin Joussen and Dr med. Peter Hulin/Academic Singing Society Munich