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IOP joins with Royal Opera House to explore the art and science of singing
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IOP joins with Royal Opera House to explore the art and science of singing

22 May 2018

The physics of how opera singers make themselves heard above an orchestra and how the length of your vocal tract affects your voice were explored in an evening on The Art and Science of Singing held at the Royal Opera House (ROH) in partnership with IOP on 9 May

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