Music Nerds Unite! Or Singers, Performers, & Vocal Instructors, this is a must-watch event. Ready for a show stopper? Have you ever wondered how the respiratory system works when singing or playing an instrument? These talented experts are ready to answer these questions and more as they discuss how Respiratory Muscle Training relates to the Performing Arts.


Audience: Vocalists, Wind and Brass Instrumentalists, Pedagogues, Voice Actors, Public Speakers (teachers, pastors), Mainstream Actors, Music Therapists, Voice Instructors and Coaches, Choir Directors, Band Teachers


  1. Envision and apply Respiratory Muscle Training into their vocal/instrumental practices and performance
  2. Understand how training with the Breather Voice can enhance the vocal range and the ability to properly use your muscles of respiration to your advantage within every performance
  3. Implement the Breather Voice into their vocal/instrumental training routine and/or teach others how to use Respiratory Muscle Training as a tool for performance success



Angie Aldarondo
PN Medical Director of Voice and Performing Arts

Angie Aldarondo is a musician and educator in Winter Park, Florida. She earned dual undergraduate degrees in both psychology and music at Loyola University, New Orleans, as well as a master’s in Opera Performance from the same. She sang with the New Orleans Opera Association for five seasons and performed jazz gigs at events throughout the city, while simultaneously establishing her studio for private voice and piano lessons. Today, she uses music instruction as a tool to improve performance skills, emotional intelligence, relationship building, and overall human development. She serves as the Director of Voice and Performing Arts at PN Medical.

Brienne Worek, MS, CCC/SLP

Brienne Worek, MS, CCC/SLP is a speech and language pathologist in North Carolina. As a lifelong musician, Bri uses her medical expertise of vocal health and pathologies alike to help her voice students achieve their highest potential. She and her partner co-run their business where they provide private lessons and recording services to students of all ages. Bri’s specialized education for each student in her studio is informed by her ingenuity and commitment to trusting her intuition; this approach is the reason her studio has already taught more than 1,000 lessons in 2021 alone.

Fred Sienkiewizc, DMA

Fred Sienkiewizc, DMA is a trumpeter, educator, and scholar based in Tennessee. In addition to his work as a professor of musicianship at Vanderbilt University, Fred is a member of the Jackson Symphony and the Owensboro Symphony orchestras, has performed with the Nashville Symphony, Nashville Opera, and Nashville Ballet, and runs a private trumpet studio. He is one of only several dozen trumpeters worldwide currently certified to teach Suzuki trumpet and is the author of the first English-language research into the life and works of Armenian composer Alexander Arutiunian.

Tyrone Chambers, II

Tyrone Chambers, II is a tenor from New Orleans, Louisiana. Aside from his powerful voice and excellent musicianship, he has a sharp mind and a huge heart. He’s currently based in Germany, and performs recitals, concerts, and fully-staged operas on a regular basis, both in Europe and the US. A great deal of the last decade has been dedicated to the work and mission of OperaCréole and American Portraits, both hugely important to his life and output as an artist.

Julia Radosz

Julia Radosz is a powerful and extremely talented soprano living in Bratislava, Slovakia. She is a successful opera singer, and runs a vocal instruction company, Voice With Julia. She teaches private lessons and hosts frequent webinars centered on the pedagogical considerations of singing.

Breather University was designed BY clinicians, scientists, and human performance experts FOR clinicians, trainers, and coaches and the people they serve. Its promise is to provide people with new cardiopulmonary research, accredited certifications, education, insight and resources to move healthcare and human performance forward for all of us.