ONE VOICE COURSE in Integrative Studies

ONE VOICE COURSE, June 12 - 16, 2023, New York City!

for Actors, Directors, Singers, Dancers, Choreographers

Six hours of class daily, individual coaching, and
unlimited follow-up with course leaders


is an integrative perspective on performance and training that connects methodologies across performance disciplines.

The One Voice Course was initiated in 2013 by Joan Melton and Jennie Morton, founders of One Voice Centre for Integrative Studies.
This five-day Intensive may be taken as a standalone course, or as a first step toward certification as a One Voice Practitioner.

"The course was invaluable to me as a voice teacher working with dancers, actors and musicians."

Zac Bradford (2015), NY Vocal Coaching Australia, Queensland Conservatorium, Brisbane

"You'll learn to unify your skills into a practice that works for YOU!"

Kristen Calgaro (2020), actor, dancer, singer NYC

Four 90-minute classes, 10 AM - 5 PM each day:
- Anatomy/physiology/acoustics; voice/movement research; practical application of technical information
- Differences in requirements from music theatre to classical theatre, opera, film, TV and outdoor venues
- Overview of dance techniques, individual work with faculty, and a performance class in Central Park!

To apply, please send a brief CV, along with a paragraph about your specific interests, to Joan Melton at Application due by May 1, 2023.

Tuition before May 10, $750, after May 10, $820: Zelle (917-991-5199), or PayPal (


Dr. Joan Melton, leading researcher in cross-disciplinary performance techniques and pioneer
in the integration of singing and voice-movement training for actors.

Jennie Morton, Osteopath specializing in the treatment of performing artists, and performance coach for dancers, instrumentalists, and professional voice users.

Jimmy Harrison, actor/director, playwright/poet, researcher, composer, and vocal coach in Launceston, Tasmania.

Mimi Quillin, author of Call Fosse at the Minskoff, awarded Best Production, United Solo Festival 2016, and DÉGAGÉ (disengage), world premiere 2017.