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Rachael is a PhD candidate at the Australian National University School of Music and a recipient of the Australian Government Research Training Scholarship.
Her research interests include vocal pedagogy, hybrid vocal technique and performance and aspects of voice science. Her research topic is; Merging Classical and Jazz Vocal Pedagogies: A Hybrid Approach to Tertiary Jazz Vocalists' Functional and Stylistic Training. The aim of Rachael's research project is to investigate the interfacing of recent cogent findings in the field of voice science with existing classical and jazz vocal pedagogies employed in higher education while addressing the students' simultaneous development of functional freedom, vocal efficiency and sustainability with stylistic and improvisational fluency.
Emerging questions include;
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