Place Category: SVW certified teachers
Dr. Hudson works with private voice and Alexander Technique students in her home as well as through the Music Department at Snead State Community College. She currently works with students from ages 13 through senior adulthood who want to learn how to train their voices to function efficiently and healthily as expressive instruments within the style of music they wish to pursue. Dr. Hudson frequently provides the opportunity for interested students to participate in The National Association of Teachers of Singing Student Auditions and chapter conferences, and coaches them for community, church and school performances and competitions. She incorporates many principles of The Alexander Technique into her singing, performing, and teaching, offering hands-on and verbal guidance to help facilitate body/mind use that supports healthy and appropriate vocal and physical function for singing.
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Barbara Hudson holds doctoral and masters degrees in Vocal Pedagogy and has taught voice at the college level and privately since 1989. She is currently Music Instructor and Director of the Music Program at Snead State Community College in Boaz, AL. She is also a certified teacher of The Alexander Technique. She completed her Level III SVW training in July, 2014. As a performer, she enjoys singing light lyric coloratura soprano repertoire from opera, oratorio, and art song genres, musical theatre, traditional sacred songs, Contemporary Christian and Praise/Worship songs, and folk songs. She is looking forward to expanding her areas of competency, both as a performer and a teacher, into new genres of music as she continues to serve the Northeastern Alabama region as a musician, educator, voice teacher, vocal coach, and singer.