Brittani Farrell

Pronouns: She/Her
MS CF-SLP, MM, NCVS-Trained Vocologist
Location: New York City, New York
Works with ages 18-65+

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My name is Brittani Farrell. I currently serve as the clinical fellow in voice, swallowing, and upper airway at Grabscheid Voice and Swallowing Center at Mount Sinai Hospital in Manhattan, in addition to teaching the singing voice in my studio. 

My pedagogy is founded in anatomical/science-based and motor learning concepts that will help students of any age understand an internal map of their body as a reference for mastering their vocal instrument. 

In 2016 I was diagnosed with nodules and one of my vocal folds hemorrhaged. After multiple voice surgeries and a standing diagnosis of right vocal fold paresis I had struggled with vocal recovery and wondered what singing would look like again. I’m happy to say that through a journey of my own vocal recovery and clinical studies, I’ve honed a skillset that will serve students looking to preserve their vocal health, or recover from vocal injuries. 

I perform in contemporary style settings at least once a year, and have a performance history onstage in both opera and musical theater. My formal studies include a Bachelor’s in Music Education from Colorado State University, a dual Master’s in Voice Performance and Choral Conducting from the University of Northern Colorado, and a Master’s in Communicative Sciences from New York University. I’ve also completed additional training in gender-affirming voice, manual therapy, vocology, Parkinson’s voice recovery, and resonant voice therapy. Please see my teaching philosophy and performance resume (on this page) for more information.

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