Ireland Celebrates World Voice Day

By April 1, 2014April 24th, 2021No Comments

Leading Voice Coach To Provide Free Workshops

World Voice Day is a worldwide annual event that takes place on April 16th devoted to the celebration of the phenomenon of voice. A huge factor in the success of our day to day interactions with family, friends, colleagues and clients is the impact of the voice. It is a primary tool of communication that often defines how others perceive us. Keeping our voice fit, healthy and vibrant is not only simple to do, for many people it is essential to ensure that they can engage and inspire those around them. Over one third of adults depend wholly on their voice to successfully do their jobs including teachers, sales staff, lawyer, sports coaches and more.

To celebrate World Voice Day in Ireland, The Irish Voice Association is organizing a series of free voice workshops in Dublin and Galway. The workshops will be led by leading Voice Coach, Poll Moussoulides. Poll has taught thousands from many professions and walks of life to be vocally healthy, confident and engaging including some of the world’s most famous actors and performers – Jared Leto, Martin Sheen, Whoopi Goldberg, Mia Farrow, Pierce Brosnan and many more. “Your voice is your shop front to the world. It is part of your brand that portrays your emotions and your personality. The vocal cords are no bigger than the size of a postage stamp, and with some simple exercises everyone can have a voice that allows them to communicate and speak with ease both socially and professionally.” says Poll, founder of

The 90 minute ‘A Healthy Voice To Confidently Connect and Engage’ free workshops will give attendees practical and easy to apply techniques and skills to protect, maintain and strengthen their voice. The workshops take place in the Radisson Blu, Galway on 15th April and in the Hilton Hotel, Dublin on 16th April both from 6pm – 7.30pm with limited spaces. The workshops will be an important first step to taking control of breathing, physical gestures, resonanace, clarity and projection, and become comfortable and confident when speaking to others.

For information and workshop details visit www.worldvoiceday2014