Find a Teacher

As well as the Kristin Linklater Voice Centre there is a global network of Designated Linklater Teachers (DLTs) that you can train with.

All the DLTs listed are registered members of the Kristin Linklater Centre and form an extensive, active and ever growing international community of teachers offering private lessons and workshops in voice and speech. Find a DLT in your area and use the contact links within their profile to connect.

ALL TEACHERS

  • Wilson, Walton
    United States 
    Massachusets 
    Lenox Dale 
  • Wild, John
    United Kingdom 
     
    London 
  • Widmann, Claudia
    Austria 
    Tirol 
    Innsbruck 
  • Widema, Beverly
    United States 
    New York 
    New York 
  • Whitley, Christine
    United States 
     
    Long Island City 
  • White, Kimberly
    United States 
    Washington 
    Seattle 
  • Wells, Tom
    United States 
    CA 
    Berkeley 
  • Weissmann, Eva
    Germany 
    Hamburg 
    Hamburg 
  • Weir Ouston, Joanna
    United Kingdom 
    Buckinghamshire 
    Akeley 
  • Weatherwax, Sarah
    Canada 
    Ontario 
    Toronto 
  • Walter, Matthias
    Switzerland 
    Zurich 
    Zurich 
  • Walot, Francoise
    United Kingdom 
    West Midlands 
    Coventry 
  • Voce, Antonella
    Italy 
    Rome 
    Rome 
  • Villa, Valentino
    Italy 
    Lazio 
    ROME 
  • Velten Smith, Lisa
    United States 
    Kansas 
    Pittsburgh 
  • Trovato, Emanuela
    Italy 
    Trevignano 
    Rome 
  • Tosaka, Noriko
    Japan 
    Tokyo 
    Okamoto 
  • Timmerman, Diane
    United States 
    Indiana 
    Indianapolis 
  • Thomas, Adrienne
    United Kingdom 
    City of London 
    London 
  • Sulby, Susanne
    United States 
    Pennsylvania 
    Pennsylvania 
  • Steinhart, (Franziska) Christine
    Germany 
    Bayern 
    D - 80639 Munchen 
  • Starr, Hollace
    United States 
    California 
    Los Angeles 
  • Sottile, Sara Alessandra
    Italy 
    Piemonte 
    Rosta 
  • Smukler, David
    Canada 
    Ontario 
    Toronto 

The "natural break" in the voice is not a natural break. It is an unnatural break. Your voice knows how to smooth this break out.

Kristin Linklater
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