Erin Guinup frequently speaks and presents on musical topics. 2016-17 topics included:

  • How Music Affects Us: The Neuroscience of Singing (presented for NATS in Alaska 2/26/17 and Victoria, B.C.5/6/17, and for SAI 10/22/16 and WMEA 10/10/16 in Washington)
  • Musically Spoken: Healthy Vocal Habits in the Workplace (presented for PanAmerican Vocology Association Conference in Arizona 10/15/16, and The Art and Science of Performing Voice Symposium at the University of Washington 4/22/17 and in Tacoma 8/24/16)
  • Tacoma Refugee Choir: Building Community through Singing (presented for the Association for Popular Music Education in Denver, Colorado 6/15/17)
  • Tacoma Refugee Choir (poster paper at the International Congress of Voice Teachers in Stockholm, Sweden 8/3/17).
  • Belting 101 (presented for the American Choral Directors Association Washington Summer Institute 7/20/17)
  • Raise Your Voice to Raise Your Bottom Line (presented for South Puget Sound Business and Professional Women 9/7/16)

She also speaks weekly on her podcast Why We Sing, available on iTunes or at whywesing.libsyn.com.

Upcoming speaking engagements include forums and workshops on the Power of Music, a masterclass with med school students, singing keynote addresses and discussions about community singing and integrating refugees in our community.

Please contact Erin directly to inquire about booking her to speak to your group.