Jamea Sale is considered an expert in healthy singing techniques and the female girl’s changing voice. Sale works from her private studio in south Olathe, Kansas accepting students of voice and students in need of vocal recovery assistance.
Jamea is presently pursuing a Ph.D in Music Education with an emphasis on Choral Pedagogy at the University of Kansas. She obtained the Master of Music Education in 2013 also from the University of Kansas and a Bachelor of Music Education from Kansas State University in vocal and instrumental education, K-12. She is a member of the International Voice Care Network , St. John’s University.
Ms. Sale prioritizes the healthy development of vocal skills especially for changing voice adolescents. She focused her research on the female changing voice while in the KU Music Education/Music Therapy department. Together with the University of Kansas, Dr. Melissa Grady and colleague Lynn Swanson, she recently conducted research with members of the Allegro Choirs in Kansas City and Zhuhai Classical Children’s Chorus is Zhuhai, China on the changing voice of the adolescent female.
She continues her work with girls in Allegro Choirs of Kansas City. Sale is the Director of the Institute for Healthy Singing, Executive Associate Music Director for the William Baker Choral Foundation and Vocal Coach for the William Baker Festival Singers. She is available for vocal workshops and presentations regarding “the science behind the voice.”