World Voice Day Concert

Celebrate World Voice Day with the UNC Voice Center on Thursday, April 14, with concerts kicking off at 11:30 a.m. in the N.C. Children’s Hospital lobby followed by free voice screenings from 1 - 3 p.m. in the ENT clinic in the Neurosciences Hospital.

When Apr 14, 2016
from 11:30 AM to 01:00 PM
Where Children's Hospital lobby
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The purpose of World Voice Day is to educate people about the importance of the voice for each and every one of us as a tool for communication. Have you ever lost your voice before? It can be a very frustrating problem when it impacts your ability to perform your everyday activities.

We use our voices to express emotion, to relay wants and needs, and to work. Think about all of the powerful voices you might be familiar with: from Barack Obama’s voice during an inaugural address to Taylor Swift’s voice in concert. Our voices help to shape who we are, through their own characteristics and the words they help to formulate. UNC Hospitals Hearing and Voice Center is dedicated to helping you to optimize your voice, whether by identifying the problem, helping to treat it, or putting you in touch with other people that have similar voice problems for support.

Chances are there is someone like you around the world that is experiencing the same emotion with regard to their own voice. Join the UNC Voice Center in recognizing the importance of vocal health on World Voice Day 2016. We will be kicking off the event with a concert in the Children’s Hospital lobby at UNC Hospitals at 11:30 a.m., followed by free voice screenings in the ENT clinic in the Neurosciences Hospital from 1 - 3 p.m. For more information about the UNC Voice Center, visit the Center's website or call 984-974-3655.