With 20+ years experience in voice instruction for all ages and abilities, Angelynne has developed individualized vocal programs for people with Parkinson’s Disease, voice dysfunction brought on by stroke, reduced lung function and capacity and vocal tract surgery
She is the guest leader for Tremble Clefs-Boston, a chorus designed for people with Parkinson’s. Most recently she was a featured speaker at “Parkinson’s Disease: Strategies to Manage Some Common Challenges,” hosted by Dartmouth Hitchcock Medical Center and the Hitchcock Foundation.
She has completed advanced coursework in Vocal Pedagogy and Voice Disorders (University of NH), Vocal Physiology and Anatomy (Massachusetts General Hospital) and Functional Voice Training (Lichtenberg Institute, Germany).
Angelynne has a law degree from UNH Franklin Pierce School of Law and a B.A. in English and American Literature from Harvard University.
Click here for Angelynne’s Voice Rehab pamphlet