Researching Singing and Vocal Development Across the Lifespan: A Personal Case Study


  • Graham F. Welch Institute of Education, University of London


aging, vocal development, singing, psychology

Author Biography

Graham F. Welch, Institute of Education, University of London

GRAHAM WELCH has earned an international reputation for his research and publications in the areas of the psychology of singing and singing development. His publications include being author/editor of eight books, thirty-eight book chapters, and ninety-four articles in learned and professional journals. Professor Welch holds the Chair of Music Education at the Institute of Education, University of London, England and is Head of the Institute's newly created School of Arts and Humanities. Graham holds Visiting Professorships at the National Voice Centre (University of Sydney, Australia), The Irish World Music Centre (University of Limerick, Ireland) and the Centre for International Research in Music Education (University of Surrey, Roehampton, England). He is also a consultant on voice education for the National Centre for Voice and Speech (Iowa, U.S.A.) and the Swedish Voice Research Centre at the Royal Institute of Technology (Stockholm, Sweden).