A few years back, after having taught at a music school and running my own voice studio, I went ahead and got a doctorate in voice pedagogy from the University of Toronto. Now, in addition to being an independent voice teacher, I teach undergraduate voice pedagogy courses at two universities in Ontario, Canada. The Vocal Instrument 101 is a distillation of the information I wish I could download (Matrix-style!) to my own voice students, to my voice pedagogy students, and to my voice teaching colleagues who didn’t have a chance to go get a doctorate in voice pedagogy (because: WHO HAS TIME FOR THAT?!).