AES New York 2013 Presenter or Author
Primary Affiliation: New York University - New York, NY, USA
Brian Gill (tenor), D.M.A., Certificate in Vocology, 2011 Van L. Lawrence Fellowship Winner awarded by The Voice Foundation/NATS, is Music Associate Professor/Director of Vocal Pedagogy at the NYU Steinhardt School. He has performed numerous operatic and musical theater roles, concerts, and recitals in the US and abroad. In addition to NYU, Professor Gill has taught at Eastern Kentucky University, Pace University, The University of Kentucky at Lexington (graduate assistant, voice and diction) and the University of Colorado at Boulder in the Continuing Education program. A sought-after master clinician/guest lecturer, Professor Gill has taught/presented for The New York Singing Teachers' Association, US Army Soldier's Chorus, South Carolina Governor's School, Quisisana Regional Theater, NYU’s department of Communicative Sciences and Disorders, The New York Voice Study Group, The Fall Voice Conference, The Voice Foundation, The National Center for Voice and Speech, The Acoustical Society of America, Physiology and Acoustics of Singing conference, Pan-European Voice Conference, and OPERA America. Abroad, Professor Gill has taught in France, Portugal, Sweden, Czech Republic and South Korea. His students perform throughout the United States and abroad, including The Metropolitan Opera, New York City Opera, English National Opera, Sante Fe Opera, Chicago Lyric Opera, Dallas Opera, Opera Royal de Wallonie, The Royal Opera House, LA Opera, On and Off Broadway, in Broadway national and international tours, The Soldier's Chorus, and many regional theaters in the US and abroad. Professor Gill has published in Voice Prints; Logopedics, Phoniatriacs, Vocology; and The Journal of Voice.
P8: Recording and Production
Maximum Averaged and Peak Levels of Vocal Sound Pressure (Author)