Vocalists of all ages enjoyed their three minutes in the spotlight last week, when the Center hosted its annual World Voice Day celebration and open-mic night on the Palladium stage. Armed only with sheet music for the piano player, amateur singers from throughout central Indiana – and a few pros – performed their favorites to a delighted audience of peers and supporters. The evening was sponsored by the Voice Clinic of Indiana.
Haiti Medical Mission
In February 2017, Dr. Stacey Halum and Dr. Ramon Halum participated in a medical mission with our church, St. Simon the Apostle. This particular mission is in its infancy, being approximately 5 years old and improving each year. Our team provided medical service to over 800 patients in a period of 2.5 days, in a make shift school hall converted to a clinic. The experience in Cap Rouge, Haiti was life changing. The mission goal is to provide a permanent clinic for the community having medical, dental and pharmacologic access. This was considered a “bucket list” item; however, we will be returning to Cap Rouge again in the future.
Stacey was an invited professor to Stanford University to give Grand Rounds to the faculty and residents on March 9, 2017. She gave two talks titled: “Laryngologic Application of Stem Cells: From Vocal Fold Paralysis to Vocal Fold Replacement” and “Work life balance for the resident physician”.
Wall Street Journal features the Voice Clinic of Indiana
WTIU (Bloomington, Indiana)
WTIU featured The Voice Clinic of Indiana as the central treatment center for a rare voice disorder called spasmodic dysphonia, or laryngeal dystonia. Click below to see the feature and learn more about the disease.
World Voice Day 2016
The Voice Clinic of Indiana was a partner again with The Center for Performing Arts in Carmel, Indiana to celebrate World Voice Day, which included voice lessons, vocal hygiene workshops, and a wonderful evening event with singers across the state performing at The Palladium!