Atlanta, Georgia 30345
Phone: (404) 444-4647
Her recent book BODY AND VOICE: SOMATIC REEDUCATION describes in more detail the interconnections between voice and body. BODY AND VOICE: SOMATIC REEDUCATION explores the anatomic and physiological interrelationships of the body and voice. Concrete examples and lessons are provided.
Marina earned her Master of Music (M.M.) degree from Ithaca College and a Master of Arts (M.A.) degree in communication disorders from Northwestern University. She is a Guild Certified Feldenkrais Practitioner®; licensed Speech Language Pathologist with voice specialization; voice and speech teacher as well as professional singer.
Marina has maintained a private studio teaching voice since 1976. In 1997 she expanded her private practice to include lessons and classes in the Feldenkrais Method®.
Marina has taught voice at the School at Steppenwolf, part of the Steppenwolf Theater Company; voice and Feldenkrais at the DePaul University Theater School department of voice and speech; singing at Cornell University and Syracuse University. She has presented workshops for singers and voice professionals for opera and theater companies, and at national and international conferences. In her capacity as speech language pathologist, Marina regularly presents research on voice at national and international voice and medical conferences.
In addition to her private studio and workshop presentations, Marina has worked as the Speech Language Pathologist voice specialist for such major Voice Care centers as the Bastian Voice Institute and Loyola Voice Institute, Chicago; and The University of Chicago Hospitals. She is currently part of the Emory Voice Center team within the Department of Otolaryngology, Head and Neck Surgery Emory University in Atlanta GA.
RECENTLY PUBLISHED: Breath holding an elusive obstacle. Voice and Speech Review, 9:1, p 28-40. To see abstract: http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/23268263.2015.1085719
Marina Gilman is the author of BODY AND VOICE: SOMATIC REEDUCATION. Available through Plural Publishers, San Diego CA
Clinical editor for the Primal Pictures 3D ANATOMY FOR SPEECH LANGUAGE PATHOLOGY DVD.
VOICE THERAPY CLINICAL CASE STUDIES. 4th ed. edited by J.C., Stemple and E.R. Hapner, Plural Publishing
THE VOCAL ATHLETE APPLICATION AND TECHNIQUE FOR THE HYBRID SINGER by M. Rosenberg and W.D LeBorgne Plural Publishing
Marina is member of the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association, the Voice and Speech Trainers Association, The National Association of Teacher of Singing and the Feldenkrais Guild of North America.
For information about the Feldenkrais Method go to www.feldenkrais.com.
Information about the Emory Voice Center can be found at www.emoryvoicecenter.org.