Focus on: Amy Haines
Amy Haines teaches Voice, Vocal Pedagogy, Exploring Music, and directs the main stage musicals at Carthage College, Kenosha WI. A graduate of Carthage with a MM from The San Francisco Conservatory of Music, and further study at Northwestern University, Haines also coordinates the Carthage Voice Lab and teaches cross-divisional liberal arts courses, including “Exploring Poetry and Song in French and Spanish” with colleague Pascal Rollet, Modern Languages, and “Cultural Expressions of American Music Theatre” with Mat Somlai, Anthropology. She is currently designing a new course in Creativity, which hopes to connect all college divisions.
Recent presentations at the Hawaii International Conference on Arts and Humanities, and the 6th International Conference in the Physiology and Acoustics of Singing have been Voice Science investigations using the visualization software program VoceVista.
Amy Haines has presented:
- Open the Door: An obstacle course in the creativity of science, art, and life (2014)