Teaching voice within non-classical music is an emerging field. Up to this point, voice teachers and voice research have been largely concentrated with classical methods of singing. However, new approaches and methods to teaching non-classical voice have recently emerged, such as the Complete Vocal Technique (CVT)  by Catherine Sadolin at Complete Vocal Institute or Speech Level Singing (SLS)  by Seth Riggs . Another examples is Jeannette LoVetri 's method known as Somatic Voicework.  It has really only been within the last few years that music conservatories and music programs within universities have begun to embrace these alternative methodologies suitable to other kinds of vocal music. As an example, the Dutch conservatories requires all vocal teachers to have undergone CVT training, and all Danish conservatory vocal teaching covers the CVT method. Likewise, LoVetri teaches the Somatic Voicework method in the graduate vocal music department at Shenandoah University in the .
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